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Head of Heathfield School for Girls in Pinner praises pupils for their hard work in GCSEs
The headteacher of a girls school says she is “absolutely delighted” for each and every one of her pupils.
The pupils of Heathfield School for Girls, in Pinner, have been praised by their headteacher after they achieved more than 80 per cent of their GCSE results getting A*to B grades.
More than a quarter of pupils at the school in Beaulieu Drive gained nine or more A*or A grades.
One pupils who was smiling at the end of the day was Pauleen Ohenebeng, 16 from Wembley who got three A*s and eight As.
She said: “I am genuinely delighted. I am so grateful for my teachers support and guidance and am looking forward to the Sixth Form and one day I want to be a biochemist.”
Fellow pupil Sally Thurlow,16, was "overwhelmed" when she learned she had received three A*s and four A grades as was Olivia Gill, 16, who eight A* and two A grades.
Headteacher Anne Stevens said: “I am absolutely delighted and so proud of each and every one of our brilliant Year 11 girls.
"They are a clear testament to the phenomenal hard work and commitment that is demonstrated year after year by both our pupils and teachers.
“I believe that our success is due to the fact that our team of specialist and experienced educators identify the individual strengths of each girl, and work towards developing her raw talents by supporting, enthusing and challenging each step of the way.”
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