Harvey Grammar pupil achieves amazing GCSE haul as school shines…

A student at Harvey Grammar School in Folkestone achieved 14 top GCSEs – and the school insists it is only the beginning for the youngster.

Richard Moore achieved A* and As in all of his subjects, while other impressive results came from Max Hulbert, Connor Owen, Joseph Spruce and Jake Chapman (all 12 A* and A grades).

Headteacher Scott Norman said: “A year of very hard work has delighted another set of outstanding GCSE results for our boys.

“These results will lay solid foundations for A-Level study and for many it will be the first step towards a place at one of the country’s top universities.

“This has been a fantastic year for all involved with the school with outstanding status achievement, and I am so pleased that all the hard work undertaken by staff and students has resulted in such impressive outcomes.”
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From Phil Harding

Sad to report that, after a long and debilitating illness, borne with great courage and dignity, Daniel Wootton passed away on Sunday 21st August at the age of 42.  Together with his twin brother James, he was a member of the Harvey 1st XI that reached the ESFA National Final in 1991. He had been a member of the Old Harveians Association since leaving school in 1992, and the OHA sends its condolences to James and the rest of the family on their sad loss. Daniel will be remembered with great affection by all who knew him