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Marking mistake leaves Hornsey school without correct science and maths GCSE grades

PUBLISHED: 16:43 24 August 2010 | UPDATED: 17:06 07 September 2010

A SERIES of mistakes have left children at a Hornsey school without their correct science and maths GCSE results. Greig City Academy says there are serious issues with missing marks and results for science and maths exams. They added that they are pursuin

A SERIES of mistakes have left children at a Hornsey school without their correct science and maths GCSE results.

Greig City Academy says there are serious issues with missing marks and results for science and maths exams.

They added that they are pursuing a number of administrative and clerical checks for both subjects with the examining boards.

Principal Paul Sutton said the mistake meant they could as yet not release their final figures to the public.

"There are occasional problems for schools with their exam results and we are unfortunate that it has happened to us this year," he said.

"The school will not be issuing any overall figures until we are 100 percent confident in the completeness and accuracy of the results.


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