Cape: Small school's big ambitions pay off
CAPE Cornwall School head teacher Julie Nash says she is "exceptionally proud of the students" who, she says, have "achieved very well indeed".
"The vast majority of students have met their targets with a third of our students making four levels of progress or more in maths, and a quarter making four levels of progress or more in English.
"This is much higher than the three levels of progress that the Government expects and we are very proud of this – the dedication and hard work of the students, teachers and very supportive parents has paid off.
"We wish all of our students the very best of luck with their futures. Cape is a school that ensures that all students have what they need to make their next steps.
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"For two years now, we have 0 per cent NEETs (Not in Education Employment or Training). In Ofsted's words this is 'impressive'."
Several top performing students achieved A* and A grades, among them Sequoia Trevorrow, Tegen Butterfield, Gwilym Pritchard and Chris Trembath, who between them amassed an amazing 33 A* and As. Other high achievers included Chloe Flack, Cameron Ness and Alice Soulsby.
"What an achievement. We do say we are a small school with big ambitions and this proves it," the head added.