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On Tuesday 23 September, 16 Humanities GCSE students had the opportunity to go to the Houses of Parliament and interview Faversham's MP, Sir Hugh Robertson, to gather primary data for their controlled assessment, title "Nature or Nurture and the development of the individual".
Sir Hugh gave some useful insights on Britishness, based on his experience in the army, organising the 2012 Olympics, working in the foreign office, and even sponsoring a bill to allow gay marriages.
Students at The Abbey School have once again achieved some outstanding results in GCSE examinations.
Headteacher, Catrin Woodend, stated, “Whilst it is particularly difficult to single out individual success stories, special mention must go to several students for outstanding achievement”:
Hollie Cleaver, our highest performing student achieved 12 A*, A and B grades, and the following achieved 12 at A*-C:
Leanne Armitage, Shae Crawley, Sarah Cronin, Tansy Griffiths, Amiee Nicholls, Viktorija Pavare and Sophie Wood.
10 qualifications at A* - C were achieved by Tanisha Ashworth, Ebony Arnold, Marty Boorman, Thomas Chandler, Antony Crome, Laura Eccles, Joseph Harries, Kieran Hogben, Thomas Jemmett, Lucy Sherwood, Leon Taylor and Kaylee Turner.
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