JCoSS ‘delighted’ with record-breaking results
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JCoSS ‘delighted’ with record-breaking results

JCoSS in Barnet has announced that 49% of grades were either A* or A, and 78% were at Grade B or above.

Reflecting on the unusual circumstances and method of calculating results, the school said: “While any such system has its drawbacks it is gratifying that it has recognised the talents of our students.  

Headteacher Patrick Moriarty commented: ‘This cohort have faced exceptional challenges and disruption to the end of their schooling, and we are both relieved and delighted that these excellent results recognise their huge strengths.  I salute the unstinting hard work done by them, their teachers and (given the strains of the past 6 months) their parents also.

Patrick Moriarty

“We take pride not only in the academic accomplishments of our students but in the qualities that have grown in them during their time at JCoSS.

“They leave as accomplished Mensches.”