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Students at LVS Oxford, a specialist, independent school for young people with autism are celebrating a 100% pass rate in all GCSE subjects taken.
The school ensures that students can learn without limits in a calming and appropriate environment, enabling them to unlock their potential and leave the school feeling confident, independent adults.
It is important to recognise that taking part in assessments and examinations for many autistic students who live with high levels of anxiety is an incredible achievement.
LVS Oxford students achieved a GCSE overall pass rate of 100% in all subjects with 78% of those grades 4-9 (A*-C). Our students also achieved an outstanding 94% at or above their expected grades and 65% exceeding predicted grades. This has been a record year of achievement for our students.
Commenting on the results, Principal, Ian Peters, said: “I am immensely proud of what our students have achieved this year. The staff at LVS Oxford have delivered incredible learning opportunities and our students have taken full advantage of them. Despite the challenges, they have achieved such great results and I have every confidence our students will go on to achieve great things.”
For more information about LVS Oxford, please visit www.lvs-oxford.org.uk
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