GCSE Results 2004

Friday, 27 August 2004.
GCSE Results 2004

PRESS RELEASE - Students and staff at Notley High School in Braintree were celebrating GCSE results this morning. 61% of students achieved 5 or more higher grade GCSE passes and the overall higher grade GCSE pass rate was 65%.

Simon Thompson, Notley High’s Headteacher, commented that he was very pleased that for the second successive year both these indicators of examination success were over 60%. He also praised the hard work and motivation of the students and the commitment and dedication of the staff which had contributed to these results.

A number of individual students achieved excellent results. In particular, the top performing boy, Neil Barron, achieved 12 GCSEs, 7 of which were graded A* and five graded A. Vicki Wellington was the most successful female student with 11 GCSEs, 8 of which were graded A* and 2 graded A.

Mr Thompson went on to say that the school had worked hard over several years with staff, students and their parents to raise academic standards and these results are further confirmation of Notley’s academic success.