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He said: "We are fortunate to have a gifted teaching body that acts to support students and provide a teaching environment that places them solidly at the heart of what we do. I take pride in their achievements and wish them well in their future endeavours."
"One of these systems experienced a minor technical issue earlier today, however this has now been resolved.
The Pearson Edexcel exam awarding body suffered a technical problem yesterday morning, leaving some schools unable to access their data until later in the day.
were able to download their figures by the afternoon.
Ollie Manston earned 2 A, 7 A. He said: "I feel really pleased with my results, especially my Biology results and Maths Zanotti Flat Shoes results, which were both As. Next year I'll enjoy studying Physics, English, Maths and History. I would like to say a huge thank you to all the staff at The Burgate as well as my family. Today has been a fantastic achievement and I look forward to the future".
A Pearson spokesperson said: "We have a number of systems in place through which we can give schools their results.
Winchester and New Forest GCSE Results 2013
Harriet said, "I am so happy with my results. It makes all the hours feel so worth it. It is so good to see everyone so happy and crying happy tears. Well done everyone".
Martin King said, "I am extremely happy and very relieved to have got all the grades that I wanted, and to have secured a place in The Burgate Sixth Form!"
About 20 of the more than 200 youngsters taking part in The Mayflower's ambitious summer youth project will be given time off to return to their schools across Hampshire and beyond.
Chance Perdomo, 16, (pictured above in the hat) is playing the lead role in Bugsy Malone, which opens the theatre's autumn season next Friday.
Ruby Mutimer said, "The pride is brilliant but seeing everyone and sharing results is just as good; well done everyone".
He said: "I'm hoping to continue the acting. I love it and I want to keep finding out new things and pursuing my dreams. But I'm definitely going to stay in school, so it's an important day for me."
But his thoughts have turned to collecting his grades from Redbridge Community School today.
drama and theatre studies, English literature and geography.
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would not have been possible. The school is going from strength to strength built on its special ethos of teamwork between students and staff."
Headteacher David Pover said, "I am overjoyed by our exceptional GCSE results this year. The students have made me very proud by excelling themselves and really fulfilling their potential through a determination to do well.
Jacob Brinton said, "I am so happy with my results especially my A and A which I never thought I would. I am looking forward to great A level results in The Burgate Sixth Form!"
Chance is hoping to live up to his predicted A and B grades across the board and take up a place at Peter Symonds College in Winchester to study chemistry,
Mr Lickley, the Head teacher, recognises that it is these aspects of a child's education that can lead to success.
on last year's results.
Rebekah Moffat said, "I am very happy with my results, especially with A in Additional Science, which I never expected to get. I'm really looking forward to my A level courses at The Burgate in September".
Recent Ofsted inspection of the College acknowledged the high academic results of the school and importantly saw how the outstanding pastoral and personal development of its students contributed to the happiness and confidence of its students.
Matthew Parry got 6 A, 4 A. he said: "Overall I am very happy with my results, especially my results in Biology, Physics and Further Maths. The results I got exceeded what I was expecting and it's nice to see my friends get their results as well".
The College saw another rise in the higher grades (A B) for the second year in a row, bucking national trends and with increased rigour in the assessment process the students can feel justly proud of their performances.
This is the best result that the school has achieved at GCSE level in its 56 year history.
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