Rae Cope, deputy headteacher, said: “We are extremely pleased for all of our students who worked hard to achieve such fantastic results.” Windsor High School have seen 61 per cent of students achieve the new grades nine to four in English and maths.The Richmond Street school saw 41 per cent of its pupils achieve the ‘strong pass’ benchmark of grades nine to five in both subjects, which a schools spokesman said was a “tremendous achievement” in a year of “uncertainty and increased challenge”.Sandwell Museum Service has a range of different sites, full of surprises, across the borough.
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All other subjects are still graded in the old system, causing confusion for some students, schools and even work places and further education colleges.
One of the top students across the region was The Earls High School’s Alexandra Ford, who achieved the best possible grades in all of her subjects (three 9s and six A*s).
Cradley Heath’s Ormiston Forge Academy claim the more challenging exams in English and maths is the reason behind less than half of its students picking up a grade four (previously a C grade) in the core subjects.