This year’s GCSE results show a Harlow school is “moving in the right direction”, according to its principal.

Year 11 students returned to Mark Hall Academy, in Harlow, on Thursday, August 25 to collect the results of their GCSE exams taken this summer.

It is the first time since before the pandemic – and before the school joined the BMAT family of schools in 2021 – that students have sat their exams.

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Principal Manjit Hazle said: “We wish to congratulate all our students on their examination results, especially given the disruptions they have encountered along their journey.

“Their hard work, determination and resolve are a real testimony to them and we, as an academy, are proud of them and wish them all the very best for the future.

“Special credit goes to those who attended the extra holiday, Saturday and after-school sessions; your hard work paid off.”

Ms Hazle thanked the time and investment of parents and carers for their support of the students.

In addition, she thanked the school’s staff for their hard work as well.

She added: “We are really pleased that our 2022 results show an improvement from 2019, giving further indication we, as an academy, are moving in the right direction.”