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Harrow Borough Council congratulates pupils for GCSE results
GCSE grades at Harrow secondary schools have improved again, according to council figures.
Harrow Borough Council has congratulated pupils after 66 per cent of them gained five A* to C grades including English and maths.
This is an improvement on last year’s results which was a record of 64 per cent.
Cabinet member for children, schools and families, Councillor Zarina Khalid, said: “Harrow’s young people have once again done themselves proud.
"I’m delighted to see that we are doing better than ever before in subjects such as English and maths and that we are in line with national trends elsewhere.
"I cannot stress the importance of continued improvement and good quality teaching, so well done to all of our young people who collected results this summer, as well as their teachers, staff, parents and carers, who have all worked hard to see them succeed.”
The borough as a whole gained an overall pass rate of 96.5 per cent of pupils getting at least five GCSEs including English and maths graded A* to G.
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