Stockland Green School recognises “resilient and hardworking” students

Stockland Green School is delighted that students have today received their final GCSE results in the vast majority of their subjects.

After such an uncertain time, they are now able to look to the future and their continued journey beyond Year 11. Students can access their destination of choice after their five years at school and their achievements are testament to their hard work, commitment and resilience which they have shown throughout their time at Stockland Green School.

Marie George, headteacher of Stockland Green School, which is part of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP), said “We wish our students all the best as they now move on to the next stage of their education beyond Stockland Green.

“As a year group they have always shown the qualities to enable them to be successful and we congratulate them all. Life will throw at them many obstacles, but they have all shown that they have grit and determination in abundance, and this will set them in good stead for their futures. Good luck and keep in touch!”

“We wish our students all the best as they now move on to the next stage of their education beyond Stockland Green,”
– headteacher marie george.

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