Nearly a third of Yavneh pupils get all A or A* grades
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Nearly a third of Yavneh pupils get all A or A* grades

Close to a third of Yavneh College pupils (31 percent) gained all A or A* grades.

88 percent of vocational students achieved at least three distinction, while 100 percent of all grades ranged from A* to C.

Executive headteacher Spencer Lewis said he was “extremely proud” of the grades pupils were awarded and said students had worked “incredibly hard for a year and a half.”

He said: “This has been the most extraordinary year for everyone, everywhere.

“Students did not get the opportunity to sit their exams and show what they are capable of, they had worked so hard and they were very disappointed. Of course, Covid -19 has changed the way in which we all look at things and the students have accepted things with good grace and a smile.”