More record-breaking results at Southend High School for Girls!
Students at Southend High School for Girls celebrated their best ever GCSE results today. Headteacher, Jason Carey said, ‘We are absolutely delighted with these results. Last week we celebrated SHSG’s best A Level results, and now our Year 11s have matched Year 13’s outstanding success.’
Headteacher, Jason Carey added, ‘A third of all grades were grade 9, which is a remarkable achievement, and over half of all grades were grades 9 and 8. Our young people have been such a fantastic year group. Well done! I would like to thank all the teaching and support staff as well – they prepared and supported students brilliantly!’
Monica Sanz (picture left) achieved grade 9s in every subject. Monica was over the moon: ‘Thank you so much. I want to thank all the staff at SHSG. I didn’t think this was possible. Without them I would not have been able to do this. Also, the Maths Department have been absolutely incredible!’
Monica Sanz and Daisy Lee with their parents (above)
Both Monica Sanz and Daisy Lee’s mums are members of staff at Southend High School for Girls. Mrs Sanz, also a former SHSG student said: ‘Thank you so much to SHSG for everything they have done for Monica, especially during COVID times; that made all the difference.’
Daisy Lee opens her results with mum Claire Rayner (above)
Mum, Claire Rayner stated: ‘After five enjoyable years at SHSG we are delighted that Daisy has exceeded all expectations and will be continuing her studies at Southend High School for Girls Sixth Form.’
Headteacher, Jason Carey with Head Prefect, Tamilore Dada (above).
(above) Top results! Lauren Friend (middle) celebrates straight grade 9s with Grace Dalgarno (left) and Zara Cetnik (right)
Annabelle Day celebrates a full set of Grade 9s at SHSG! (above)
Annabelle said: ‘A massive thank you to all my teachers, without whom I couldn’t have achieved these amazing grades. I’m just so pleased for everyone.’ ‘When I leave school, I want to be a barrister.’
Annabelle advises younger students: ‘Put the work in! Although I did spend a lot of time worrying over the summer when I should have been enjoying myself!’
Alicia Mpaulo celebrates her full set of grade 9s.
Alicia (far right) said: ‘I am incredibly grateful to my friends and family.’
From left to right (above):
Emann Iqbal, Fariha Delwer, Olivia Prosser, Alicia Mpaulo
Connie Burgess (left, centre) and Lydia Stevenson (right, centre) with very proud mums (above).
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