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Students at Plympton Academy are celebratingafter receiving their GCSE results

Students and staff at Plympton Academy are celebrating today as they receive their GCSE grades.

This year, students at the Academy have excelled, achieving a year of great results. Many students are now preparing to head on to sixth form, apprenticeship or college.

The Academy is proud of the results from Photography which saw 96% of the students achieve a GCSE grade in the range of 9 – 4 and a staggering over 30% of maximum grade 9’s. We are also extremely proud of the students who completed Sport Studies and Art and Design courses as they too had over 90% of the grades in the ranges 9-4 and Distinction Start - Level 2 Pass.

There are also some standout individual performances. These include:

  • Grace Beer who achieved 5 grade 9’s in her impressive results suite and she is looking to continue into our sixth form.
  • Livvy Collins-Oliver who got grade 8 for English, Maths and Science among other impressive results. Livvy is looking to continue her education with us in the sixth form.
  • William Phillimore who achieved 8’s in English and Maths and 99 in Science, William is also looking to remain at Plympton Academy to further his education.

Collecting her GCSE results today, Grace Beer, said:

“Opening my results, I felt so nervous, I had no idea I would do so well.  I am really pleased with my results.  I am looking forward to starting sixth form in September.”

Lisa Boorman, Principal at Plympton Academy, said:

“I am delighted for our students collecting their GCSE results today. They have shown determination, resilience and hard work over the last two years and achieved an excellent suite of results.

“I am proud of the future opportunities that our year 11 students have obtained with their results and look forward to welcoming many of them back into our sixth form. We would like to say a huge thank you to all our students, parents, carers and staff for the support and encouragement for the students.”