Tadcaster Grammar School says students should be 'very proud' of GCSE results

Tadcaster Grammar School says its Year 11 students deserved to be 'very proud' as they opened their GCSE results today, Thursday.

Thursday, 20th August 2020, 12:47 pm
Updated Thursday, 20th August 2020, 12:50 pm

Staff have congratulated the pupils for completing their time at the school 'against a backdrop of uncertainty'.

Headteacher Andrew Parkinson said: "Today has been an important event marking the end of one stage of education and also the beginning of another.

Students at Tadcaster Grammar celebrating their GCSE results.

"During what has been a challenging time for our students, they have shown such resilience, responsibility and good humour. We are so proud of them and wish them all the best for the future.

"Thank you also to all the families and relatives who have supported our wonderful students throughout their time with us so far, especially since the national lockdown in March. Whatever you choose to do Year 11, remember ‘Once Tadcaster Grammar School, always Tadcaster Grammar School’."

The six House Leaders, many of whom have cared for the students since 2015, added: “They are a unique and superb year group and we will miss them. We hope that many of them will join our excellent sixth form and be the Year 13 class of 2022. Good luck Year 11!”

Students at Tadcaster Grammar celebrating their GCSE results.