PGHS is delighted to maintain their record of academic success despite the challenges of the past 18 months. The school has maintained its legacy of excellence with a rigorous process, which means they have complete faith in their students’ results and their abilities. Yet again, there have been some stunning individual performances, with 110 Grade 9s across all subjects and 18 students gained top grades (7-9) across all subjects.
Headteacher, Karen Pomeroy, is full of praise for the students’ resilience, work ethic and ambition. “I am immensely proud of their achievements and have no doubt that they will be equally successful in the next stage of their journey”. Chair of Governors, Ms Lorimer Russell-Hayes, also acknowledged the dedication and commitment of the staff. “Teachers at PGHS worked tirelessly to support students throughout the process, enabling them to achieve their full potential.”
Looking ahead to the future, the school community will be returning to a resilient school that has thrived, despite the challenges of the past year. With extensive improvements to facilities during the holidays, as well as ambitious plans for the future, including an exciting programme of enrichment and extra-curricular activities, PGHS is determined that September sees a return to school life bigger, better and stronger.
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