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Luke Docherty achieved 11 passes overall, including seven at A or A*

Red House Academy celebrates student's maths success

Luke Docherty's grade 9 in maths places him in the top 3% in the country

Posted by Hannah Vickers | August 30, 2017 | School life

Red House Academy is celebrating the success of one of its GCSE students, Luke Docherty, who achieved the new Grade 9 in mathematics, placing him in the top 3% in the country. 

Commenting on this year’s results, Principal Therese Quincey said:

“It is always a privilege to see the results of individual student’s hard work, supported by staff who are dedicated in overcoming barriers and mentoring students through the national changes evidenced this year.

All our students now have an intended destination as a result of our outstanding careers provision. Next year we will do even better - herese Quincey, principal of Red House Academy

"Our aim is to ensure that every child fulfils their potential and is fully equipped to proceed confidently to the next stage in their life – whether this is into further study or into training. All our students now have an intended destination as a result of our outstanding careers provision. Next year we will do even better.”

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