DROYLSDEN Academy’s co-headteachers have expressed their “immense pride” in the achievements of their students on GCSE Results Day.
The school has reported a record year for Maths results with 20 per cent of students achieving a grade 7 or above, and English has “remained strong” with 22 per cent securing a grade 7 or above.
In the core subjects, 78 per cent of students achieved a grade 4 or above in English, 76 per cent in Science and 72 per cent in Maths.
The Manor Road school has also recorded what it describes as “very strong results” in History, Religious Studies, Science, and Food and Nutrition.
Co-headteachers Georgina Arnold and Edward Mayell said they “could not be prouder” of the Class of 2023, who they described as “a fantastic cohort”, and recognised the dedication and hard work of both students and staff.
Mrs Arnold added: “Our students’ achievements are a reflection of their commitment and the high standard of teaching and guidance they receive at Droylsden Academy. We take immense pride in fostering an atmosphere where students feel empowered to excel academically and personally.”
Mr Mayell commented: “We are overjoyed by the exceptional performance of our students in this year’s GCSE exams. Their resilience, determination and the unwavering support of staff, parents and carers have truly paid off.
“These results highlight the nurturing environment that Droylsden Academy provides, where each student’s potential is realised and celebrated.”