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Smiles at Coleridge Community College as GCSEs are awarded

Smiles at Coleridge Community College as GCSEs are awarded

Students and staff at Coleridge Community College have been celebrating today as GCSE qualifications were awarded, after what has been another challenging year due to the pandemic.

This year, GCSEs were awarded following Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) due to the cancellation of external examinations. As part of this assessment process, students at Coleridge sat moderated exams and completed a variety of coursework to demonstrate the progress they had made.

This morning was a chance to recognise the hard work and determination of students over the past five years. Students and staff gathered at the College to say their goodbyes as the Year 11s now prepare to progress onto Sixth Forms across Cambridge.

There were a number of particular individual highlights today, including:

  • Snaedis, who achieved ten GCSE at Grades 7 or above and is going to Sixth Form College to study Psychology, Media and French;
  • Robyn, who was “unexpectedly happy with her results” and thrilled to get into her Sixth Form of choice;
  • Joe, who is heading to Long Road for his A Levels now, where he intends to study Maths, Physics and Chemistry after being awarded his Grade 8 in GCSE Maths;
  • Jenna, who is also off to Long Road for her A Levels and will be studying Sociology, Politics and Media;
  • Alex, who will be going to Parkside Sixth Form to study the International Baccalaureate;
  • Lily, who is going to Hills Road to study English;
  • Lina, who will be going to College to study PE, Biology and Chemistry;
  • Emma and Lucy, who are delighted to both be attending Long Road for their A Levels.

Commenting on the day, Ele Stoneham, Headteacher of Coleridge Community College, said:

“I would like to congratulate all our students who are celebrating today. This has been an immensely challenging 18 months due to Covid-19 and I would like to pay tribute to all our students for their hard work and determination. I think it is also important to thank parents and staff who have played such an important role in encouraging and supporting our young people in their studies.

“With these qualifications, our students are very well placed to continue their education. We wish them every success for the future and thank them for the immense contribution they have made to the school over their time here.”

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Posted: Aug 12, 2021,
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