Evening celebrates Bedford High GCSE achievements

The Bolton News: Head of Science Neil Roberts with former students and Warren Turley Head of Science Neil Roberts with former students and Warren Turley

GRADUATES of Bedford High School have been recognised as the best performing year group at a prize-giving evening.

The outgoing year 11 students were presented with yearbooks and certificates as well as individual prizes for outstanding achievement in a range of subjects.

A packed school hall saw staff, students, parents and friends join together to celebrate what deputy head teacher Jim Killeen described as 'Bedford's best ever'.

Mr Killeen said: “This year group had the best results we have ever seen. They all worked really hard and thoroughly deserve the grades they received. The results are also a testament to the hard work and dedication of all our teaching staff.”

The packed school hall was also treated to a special vocal performance from year eight singer Holly Broadhurst and guest of honour was former Bedford student Warren Turley, who made history by becoming the youngest ever top-flight Rugby League referee.


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