Thanet GCSEs 2021: Charles Dickens School

The Charles Dickens School Photo Ian Driver

Year 11 students at the Charles Dickens School in Broadstairs are celebrating receiving their GCSE results.

Head teacher Warren Smith said: “Although not the result of final GCSE examinations, our results reflect pupils’ performance under exam conditions during internal assessments and are therefore a robust reflection of their ability. The results demonstrate the determination, resilience and hard work that has been invested over the past year.”

Exceptional performances:

Jakub Palka achieved grade 9 in English Language, History and Polish and grade 8 in English Literature, Maths and Double Science.

Sophie Aldred achieved grade 9 in Sociology and grade 8 in English Language, English Literature, and History.

Devana Rajeev achieved grade 9 in Maths and grade 7 in English Literature, Biology, Chemistry and Religious Studies.

Yacob-Taib Eltaeb achieved grade 8 in Maths, grade 87 in Double Science and grade 7 in English Language, History and Art.

Mr Smith added: “It is also important to recognise the incredible job done by our staff in ensuring we delivered a fair, objective mechanism for awarding grades in a year without formal exams. This inevitably meant a huge amount of additional marking on top of the brilliant work they had done during lockdown.”

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  1. Well done to you all for sitting these exams under such unprecedented circumstances. Regardless of your grades there will always be something for you in life. For some it might take a bit longer but you will always get there. Good Luck the world is your oyster, how you respond and make it!

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