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ugg canada|places that sell uggs cheap ugg canada,places that sell uggs cheap,ugg insoles women,ugg coupon code 2012,ugg for sale,ugg boots for infants 2013 GCSE results day in Brighton Downlands Community School in Hassocks has bucked the national trend and seen another improvement on the 5 AC pass rate including English and mathematics, from last year's best ever results. This is the third year of continued improvement. The school said: "We are all delighted for our pupils, their success in these exams is down to their hard work and commitment throughout their two years. "Many thanks must alsobe paid to our wonderful teachers and support staff for their professionalism and encouragement to enable such high levels of success." Ardingly College celebrates its best ever GCSE results Ardingly College students attained their best ever set of GCSE results this year. The average subject grade per candidate was an A and almost 20% of the 114 Fifth Formers attained all As or As. Among top local performers were Cuckfield twins Beth and Jon Shoesmith who are celebrating twin performances of 6 x A and 4 x A each. Matei Marin, Benedict McConnell and Timothy Price all gained a set of 11 As. Ardingly science and language results continue to be particularly outstanding. In Chemistry and Physics 90% of grades were AA, especially pleasing as students take the very demanding IGCSE science examinations which are even more challenging and wideranging than the new science GCSE . 96% of grades in Mathematics and German were AB and in PE 95% were AB. In Art, Drama, English, French, History, Latin and Religious Studies over 80% of all grades were AB, demonstrating the academic breadth of the students. Headmaster Peter Green said: "I am delighted for this great group of students that they have their outstanding results. Igniting the sparks of learning for these girls and boys has been a great privilege and pleasure but we must always remember that Ardingly students are so much more than just the sum of their exam results. We are also helping them to think critically and to turn their thinking to practical purposes. For example, Ardingly science GCSE students are part of a team working with teachers to produce a solar powered car to race across Australia in 2015." Director of Studies, Jamie Large, said: "Good education is not just about getting the best grades in the easiest way possible. As A Levels become more linear and thus harder we are preparing our students better by encouraging independent learning and by teaching students about how the brain enables us to learn. The future success of our students depends upon academic rigour and setting the bar high, rather than finding the easiest route through the hoops, and that is what we are achieving at Ardingly." All the hard work put in by pupils, supported by their tutors, teachers and families, has paid off with the majority achieving straight A/A grades in at least six subjects. The media are reporting for the second year running a significant drop nationally in the percentage of top grades being awarded, due to the harsher, some might say more realistic, marking of the core academic subjects of English, Mathematics and the Sciences. Hurst pupils have this year achieved strong levels of attainment in English Language, English Literature and Mathematics and especially so in the Sciences taken as separate subjects, with Biology, Chemistry and Physics A/A grades of 89%, 91% and 89% respectively. It was smiles all round on results day as Brighton College celebrated being the highest performing coeducational school ever in the UK, with 95% of GCSE grades at A or A. Last year, The Sunday Times named Brighton College UK School of the Year for being the only school to improve its results for seven years in succession. The college has maintained that extraordinary trend. Richard Cairns, the Headmaster, is delighted: "What is really special about these results is that they have been achieved by such a super bunch of youngsters. "I really do believe that if you have a kind, considerate and supportive environment, pupils will achieve more than anyone might expect. "Happy children are, invariably, successful children. That has also been reflected in their lives beyond the classroom. "This is actually one of our strongest years for sport, drama and dance and I think this healthy balance of the academic and the extracurricular has made them the interesting, lively and evidently successful people that they are". The greatgranddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill has gained one of the best GCSE results in her school year as her potential modelling career starts to take off. Isabella Soames, 16, was scouted by leading modelling agency Storm, which also has Kate Moss, Lily Cole and Carla Bruni on its books. The teenager, the daughter of Conservative Mid Sussex MP Nicholas Soames, gained 11 As at independent Brighton College. As she prepared to celebrate her impressive results at Reading Festival, she said: "I didn't know what to expect. I'm just really happy." ugg canada,places that sell uggs cheap,ugg insoles women,ugg coupon code 2012,ugg for sale,ugg boots for infants