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Almost half of Kenton school’s pupils gained A*s and As in their GCSE results

PUBLISHED: 13:37 23 August 2012 | UPDATED: 16:44 23 August 2012

Two students at JFS scooped 11 A*s and 10 A*s respectively

Two students at JFS scooped 11 A*s and 10 A*s respectively

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Two students at JFS scooped 11 A*s and 10 A*s respectively

Celebrations have continued this throughout the borough, this time at JFS in Kenton, where nearly half of all pupils gained entirely A*s and As in their GCSE results.

Among the top performers at the school, in The Mall, Kenton, were Isaac Virchis and Rebecca Moss who scooped 11 A*s and 10 A*s respectively.

In fact more than 50 students achieved the top marks in at least nine of their examinations.

46.2 per cent of pupils achieved entirely A* to A grades.

Overall 99.9 per cent of pupils gained the A* – G pass rate while 88.7 per cent of students were awarded A*-C grades.

Jonathan Miller, the schools head teacher, paid tribute to pupils and staff.

He said: “We are absolutely delighted and proud that so many students have excelled and their hard work has really paid off.

“JFS has ensured very student was able to develop their potential thanks to the complete dedication of our staff.

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