Kirkby High celebrate improved results

Kirkby High School were celebrating the new of their improved GCSE results, with an increasing number of students achieving Grade 4 and above in English and maths. 

Amongst the are high-flyers were Ella Murray, Poppy Cowell, Nathan Frater, Abby Proctor, Scott Taylor and Suzie Higham, who between them achieved an impressive 7 Grade 9s, 18 Grade 8s and 14 Grade 7s.

Congratulations to all students, parents and staff!

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Councillor Sean Donnelly
on January 30th, 2020

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