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GCSEs: Mayor of Newham congratulates girls of Plashet School

PUBLISHED: 12:46 23 August 2013 | UPDATED: 11:34 27 August 2013

Mayor of Newham Sir Robin Wales, Cllr Quintin Peppiatt, and headteacher Rachel McGowan with Plashet School students on GCSE results day.

Mayor of Newham Sir Robin Wales, Cllr Quintin Peppiatt, and headteacher Rachel McGowan with Plashet School students on GCSE results day.

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Talented girls of Plashet School celebrated their GCSE exam results with the Mayor of Newham yesterday.

Mayor of Newham Sir Robin Wales, Cllr Quintin Peppiatt, and headteacher Rachel McGowan with Plashet School students on GCSE results day.Mayor of Newham Sir Robin Wales, Cllr Quintin Peppiatt, and headteacher Rachel McGowan with Plashet School students on GCSE results day.

Rachel McGowan, headteacher of the school in Plashet Grove, East Ham, showed off her brainiest pupils to Sir Robin Wales and Cllr Rev Quintin Peppiatt, cabinet member for children and young people.

One superstar was Iqra Noor Abdul-Khaliq who received nine A*s including English and maths, biology, chemistry and physics, and one A.

Iqra said: “My results are better than I expected. I’m going to college to take A-levels in biology, chemistry, history and maths.

“I’d love to study at Cambridge and become a surgeon.”


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