Year 11 student impresses with her hard work

A Year 11 student has impressed teachers with her dedication to studies on the run up to her GCSE’s.

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Kacey has been revising hard and staying after school four days a week to cram in extra revision studies. She has also been taking past papers home with her and achieving top marks.

Jacqui Fullman, from Pool Academy, said: “Kacey has always done her best in school and she is a delight to talk to. She has worked so hard in her lessons and her after school interventions. She deserves to get good results in her GCSEs.

“She has enjoyed her time at the Academy and will go on to bigger and brighter adventures.

“Well done Kacey.”

Pool Academy Principal Claire Meakin was impressed with her level of study as well as representing the school as an Anti-Bullying Ambassador and member of the Student Leadership team.

Miss Meakin said: “Kacey has been working so hard and has incredible revision notes.

“She wants to go into child care when she leaves Pool Academy. She is a great person and really cares about others and knows looking after people is important.

“We are really proud of her, she deserves to do brilliantly.”