At Baxter College, we pride ourselves on being an inclusive school offering the best education to young people from across the board of ability and background. We have made substantial improvements in the progress student make during their time at Baxter College.
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Staff and students at Kidderminster’s Baxter College celebrated their GCSE results today with many individual successes to be proud of and a pass rate showing improvement.
Students achieving 5 or more GCSEs at grade 9-4, including maths and English, increased by two per cent on last year to 48 per cent. Top marks went to Kate Aston, whose results included three grade 9s and 3 grade 8s.
Other high performers who achieved grade 8s, 9s and distinction stars included Tara Field, Mark Cluley, Wen He, Riordan Gunn, Toby Ferris and Katie Cadwallader.
Kian Rogers demonstrated the importance of resilience as the most-improved student in year 11.
Principal Matthew Carpenter said: “We are making sustainable improvements year on year. I am very proud of the endeavour of our students and wish them well and I thank our staff for their hard work and dedication in going the extra mile to help them reach their potential.”