“The lost opportunity to sit the formal exams was a great shame, but this really is a small part of a five year journey,” said Assistant Headteacher Richard Lightfoot.
“I am immensely proud of the determination and grit shown by this cohort. The students have developed into young adults who personify the values of Glyn School and we are very proud of them,” he added.
Student Noah Ogun is planning on pursuing architecture as a career but will be staying at Glyn for his A levels.
“I am really, really happy with my results. I was very nervous this morning, it was nerve-wracking going into school,” he said.
Noah (16) passed nine GCSEs, including biology, chemistry and physics and is hoping to remain at Glyn, a member of the GLF multi-academy trust, to study A levels in maths, production design and physics.
Mateusz Krawiec (16) will be pursuing a career in the construction trade after receiving his results this morning.
“We are really happy with his results and he has done very well,” said his mother Anna.
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