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GCSE Results Day 2017: Channing school in Highgate celebrates ‘outstanding’ results

PUBLISHED: 13:27 24 August 2017

Top independent school Channing is celebrating after gaining 84 per cent A* - A grades with half of all pupils achieving A*s and As across the board. Picture: Channing

Top independent school Channing is celebrating after gaining 84 per cent A* - A grades with half of all pupils achieving A*s and As across the board. Picture: Channing

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Pupils at top independent school Channing are celebrating after scooping outstanding GCSE results.

Pupils Amy and Megan were awarded A*s and A grades in all their subjects. Picture: ChanningPupils Amy and Megan were awarded A*s and A grades in all their subjects. Picture: Channing

In total the Highgate school’s students notched up 84 per cent A* - A grades with half of all pupils achieving A*s and As across the board.

And ten students achieved A* grades in all their subjects.

Headmistress Barbara Elliott said: “I am so proud of my pupils’ achievements today. My exceptional teaching team prepared the girls well for their exams, placing equal importance on learning as well as developing their resilience and well-being.

“This is the final year of all A* to C grades before we move over to reformed subjects and it was certainly a great year to celebrate with the girls with such an impressive set of results,” Mrs Elliott added.

Channing school students Sarah, Lucy and Daisy were awarded 30 A grades between them. Picture: ChanningChanning school students Sarah, Lucy and Daisy were awarded 30 A grades between them. Picture: Channing

In its most recent Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) report inspectors judged achievement and learning at The Bank school to be ‘exceptional’.


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