Issue Date : 30 August, 2017
Ref : TRS117
Exam success at city school
A Worcester school is celebrating after announcing its annual Department of Education GCSE results.
100 per cent of River School pupils achieved passes at A to C grades in English, English Literature, Art, Music, Geography and Religious Studies; 67 per cent achieved 5 passes, including English and Maths, at grade C and above.
This puts The River School high in the ranks of schools within the city.
Timothy Crow, Headmaster of The River School said : “This is fantastic news for both pupils, parents and staff at the school and we are absolutely thrilled to announce our GCSE exam results. Our strong Christian ethos is a really important contributor to our success. By developing ethical character it follows that our young people who have a real understanding of themselves and the world in which they live work hard and achieve academic excellence. Congratulations to all our pupils and students!”
The River School, a Christian, co-educational independent day school for pupils and young people aged 3 to 16 years, also includes The River School Early Years Department. It was founded by Timothy Crow, who opened the school in 1985 and is situated along The Droitwich Road in Worcester. The school occupies a large Georgian Grade 2 listed building with outbuildings, set in 8 acres of Victorian arboretum, encompassing both woodland and open grass. The school also boasts a beautiful Forest School that is due to be increasingly developed and used in the coming years.
For more information please contact the school on 01905 457047.
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Timothy Crow on 01905 457047.