Immanuel head pleased given ‘unprecedented conditions’
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Immanuel head pleased given ‘unprecedented conditions’

Immanuel College has announced that 87 percent of A-Level grades were between A*-B, which Head Master Gary Griffin said he was pleased with, given the unprecedented conditions.

The school’s head and governors announced that 31% of grades weree A*, and 34%, A.

Gary Griffin, said he was “delighted for the Year 13 students, who have worked so diligently and effectively over their two years in the Sixth Form and have faced a period of great uncertainty in recent months, as a result of the Pandemic.

Moreover, he was keen to thank and congratulate staff on the extraordinary effort they have made to enable our students to achieve excellent results and university entry.”

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