Tanbridge House School in Horsham recognised for GCSE improvement

JPCT 061211. Tanbridge House School. photo derek martin
JPCT 061211. Tanbridge House School. photo derek martin

Tanbridge House School has been named as one of England’s top 100 schools for sustained improvement in GCSE performance.

In writing to the school on Friday (January 24), Yeovil MP David Laws commended the school for ‘showing sustained improvement in the percentage of pupils achieving five or more A*-C grade GCSEs, including English and maths’ from 2011 to 2013.

The letter highlighted that the results ‘are a shining testament to the hard work and success of your staff, governors and pupils’, and Mr Laws thanked all at the school for their ‘pursuit of the highest standards of educational achievement’.

Head teacher Jules White said: “I am pleased that once again the skills and dedication of every colleague at Tanbridge House has been recognised.

“Their work, along with that of our student body and the support of our parents and carers has been rightly acknowledged.”