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Park Lane Learning Trust celebrate student and staffs’ hard work in GCSE’s

Year 11 Park Lane Learning Trust, Halifax, students Karen-Chloe Dymond, Lauren Atkinson, Alisha Dempsey and Niall Mitchell celebrate GCSE success

Year 11 Park Lane Learning Trust, Halifax, students Karen-Chloe Dymond, Lauren Atkinson, Alisha Dempsey and Niall Mitchell celebrate GCSE success

Park Lane Learning Trust, Halifax, said good GCSE grades were the result of hard work and determination from students and staff.

Year 11 students collected their GCSE results from the Park Lane high school this morning.

Deputy head teacher Lorraine Page said: “Our GCSE results are a reflection of the hard work and determination of our students and staff combined with the support of parents and carers at home.”

Year 11 student Karen-Chloe Dymond, known as KC to her friends and staff, achieved two A* grades, two A’s, five C’s and one B.

She said: “I’m so proud. I can’t believe I passed Science - I really thought I’d failed, my dad will be so proud.”

KC is celebrating by going to Leeds Festival, this weekend, where she will watch favourite band Blink 182.

In September, she will go to Crossley Heath School, Halifax, sixth-form to study English Literature, History, Philosophy and Religious Studies.

Peer Lauren Atkinson achieved four A grades, five B’s and one C and will continue with academic studies at Trinity Academy, Halifax, where she will study Business Studies, English Language, History and Psychology.

Alisha Dempsey was celebrating at school with one A*, one A, four B’s and a C at GCSE.

“I felt like I was going to have a panic attack this morning - I’m so relieved that I’ve done well especially in English so that I can get into sixth-form,” said Alisha who is also celebrating by going to Leeds Festival this weekend with friends.

In September, Alisha will also head to Trinity Academy to study English Literature, English Language, French and Photography.

Niall Mitchell joined the girls in celebrating GCSE exam success with two A’s, two B’s and four C’s. Niall will go on to a combine work with study with an apprenticeship at Covea Insurance, Dean Clough, Halifax.

“I’ve always wanted to do an apprenticeship in finance. I would rather be earning and learning at the same time. I was shocked with my results,” said Niall.

Rachel Hanks, who is legally blind, was celebrating with seven B’s and C’s at GCSE and is looking forward to an opportunity to train with Great Britain in the Paralympic sport Goalball which starts in September.

Ms Page said: “We are really pleased with the individual performance of the students and wish them every success in the future.”

 

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