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Record GCSE results at Wembley High Technology College

PUBLISHED: 14:53 28 August 2013 | UPDATED: 14:53 28 August 2013

Record GCSE results at Wembley High Technology College saw 20 pupils come away with ten or more A* or A grades.

An impressive 94pc of pupils at the school in East Lane, achieved A* to C grades including English and maths and 37pc received five or more A* or A grades.

Amit Hathi, the school’s deputy head teacher, said: “Wembley High’s results once again make it one of the top performing schools in Brent and nationally.

“Many congratulations to all the pupils, staff and parents for all their hard work and support over the year.”

Other highlights for Wembley High:

*63pc of pupils achieved the English Baccalaureate

*94pc achieved A* to C grades in English with 23pc achieving A* to A grades

*94pc achieved A* to C grades in English with 46pc achieving A* to A grades

*More than 85pc of pupils achieved A* to A grades in triple science

*100pc passed core science GCSE

*96pc passed additional science GSCE

*42pc of all exams sat were passes with grade A or A*

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