Bright future for Nicholas Breakspear GCSE students

PUBLISHED: 16:59 24 August 2010

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THE vast majority of Year 11 students at Nicholas Breakspear School in St Albans will be able to continue their studies next year in the wake of their GCSE results.

The school has been celebrating the excellent achievements of their pupils which have been put down to hard work.

Head Phil Jacszta said it was a “real joy” to see so many happy faces when the results were announced and added: “I am sure the students would like to extend their thanks to the excellent teaching which made these results possible and we are all looking forward to another successful year next year.”


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