Pupils at the Glyn School in Ewell have won praise from the Department for Education for their outstanding exam results – for the third year running.
Minister of State for Schools David Laws MP sent a letter to the school’s executive head teacher Jon Chaloner titled ‘Your Excellent 2014 Key Stage 4 Results’, praising the school for its high percentage of pupils achieving five or more A*-C grades at GCSE subjects including English and Maths.
It is the third year in a row that Glyn School has received a government letter of commendation, and the consistency of that performance means Glyn is now ranked the 59th ranked non-selective school in the whole of England.
“The success of our students is obviously what teaching is all about, and their results bear out how successful they have been, so to receive external recognition like this is just the icing on the cake,” said Mr Chaloner.
“They’ve worked so hard, they deserve all the success and praise that they receive, and it’s also a huge credit to the dedication and hard work of the staff that teach them. To receive a letter like this three years in a row shows the consistency of their efforts in encouraging
and inspiring the pupils to be the best they can. Of course the challenge now is to keep these levels up four years in a row, but I’m confident it’s one that the staff and pupils will be up to.”
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