Truro School pupil achieves highest GCSE mark in the UK
GCSE geology student Maddie Hardstaff achieved the highest result in the UK, an examination board has announced.
Geology subject officer Jonathan Owen at the WJEC examination board informed Truro School that Maddie was the best performing candidate in the UK, with a score of 193 out of 200 marks.
Maddie was five marks clear of four other students who tied for the second highest this year, with a score of 188 out of 200. Two of these were also Truro School students; Callum Ross and Chloe White.
Head of Department, Ian Kenyon said: “With expert and enthusiastic teachers, committed and hardworking students and the best Geology in the world on our doorstep, we expect to deliver at the very highest level.”
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The Geology department at Truro School has won numerous awards and has been recognised for its quality and success on many occasions.
A Level student Oliver Katz attained the highest marks ever achieved in A Level Geology this year, scoring 600/600. He was presented with an Estwing geology hammer by the school for his performance.