GCSE Tag Archive

Covid-19 adversity results in triumph

Wallace’s GCSE students have generated record-breaking results following the traumatic disruption of their studies by the Covid-19 pandemic. In a year group of 180 students, 60%...

Art and Design end of year gallery 2022

Another year over, another year of fabulous creativity! While we are not coming together face to face for our annual end of year exhibition, the Art and Design department is...

Smiles and successes for Wallace students

The Covid 19 pandemic has made its mark in a multitude of ways and that includes the collection of results. The familiar pictures of mass hugs, close contact and leaping in the...

Is a sub-standard system valued over students?

An Open Letter by Deborah O’Hare, Principal of The Wallace High School As a school leader of a large, highly successful co-educational school the academic, emotional and...

Celebrating success with GCSE excellence at Wallace

A core value at Wallace is excellence and this was reflected in the performance of the GCSE pupils;  87% of the GCSE grades awarded to Wallace’s students were A* to B. Two...

Rainy day but smiling faces at Wallace: GCSE Results Day

“Here we go again” isn’t just the title of this summer’s must see movie; it is also a reflection of the continued excellence of Wallace students’ results. Six students (...

“Fall Forward”

Wallace Principal, Mrs O’Hare, looked to Hollywood for the closing remarks of her Senior Prize Day report. Quoting the actor Denzel Washington she suggested that his words...

WALLACE GCSE SUCCESS

The Year 12 students of Wallace are celebrating another year of excellent GCSE results. Eight students achieved 11 A* and A grades, 32 achieved 10 A*/A grades and the school’s...

Transition Time

The beginning of another academic year represents for pupils and parents alike an awareness that ” the times they are a-changing”. The most pronounced changes occur...

Multilingual Matthew and a magnificent dozen A* grades

Wallace High School is once again celebrating its students’ GCSE results. The top 10 students in the year achieved an astonishing 107A * grades between them with Matthew...