Ortu Gable Hall School celebrates GCSE results 2021
Year 11 students at Ortu Gable Hall School have been celebrating some incredible GCSE results today. Despite the extraordinary circumstances disrupting studies, the staff at Ortu Gable Hall are incredibly proud of their pupils’ efforts. The school said the results have opened up a range of pathways for the pupils, with more than 50% heading to Ortu Sixth Form Centre in September looking for further success.
Ceri Evans, Principal of Ortu Gable Hall School, said: “We are extremely proud of the hard work and effort that our Year 11s have put in to achieve the GCSE grades that they deserve. I would like to thank our brilliant staff for supporting their classes throughout the year. Even though the past few months have been extremely difficult, it is truly a pleasure to have watched our students grow and mature at Gable Hall. I am proud that more than half of them have decided to stay with us at our Ortu Sixth Form Centre for their A-Level and vocational studies. We wish all our pupils the best of luck and congratulations to everybody.”
Ms Nicola Jeffery, Senior Vice-Principal said: “It is not the same as usual again this year. Our students have achieved their Centre Assessed Grade or higher in some cases; so we are really happy with what they have done. We are very pleased that the results are robust”.
Dr Asong CEO of Ortu Federation was very proud of all the students’ achievements this year and was keen for them to secure a placement in a Sixth Form or college of their choice, studying subjects that excite their passions. She wanted all students to know that if they have difficulties with their next steps to contact Mr Evans at Gable Hall or Ms Weston at the Ortu Sixth Form Centre who will advise and support them.