Some articles on achieving:

Thomas Alleyne's High School - Rankings and Results
... there was a drop in the schools exam results by 7% from the previous year with 51% of students achieving 5 or more GCSEs grades A-C compared to a national average of 58.2% ... The school ranked 47th out of 121 schools located within Staffordshire (students achieving 5 or more A* - C GCSEs) and the percentage of children achieving maths and English GCSEs (A* - C) was below both the ... "five or more A* - C grades and 68 per sent an more than 300 students achieving these with higher grades in Maths and English" ...
Heijunka Box
... a concept originally created by Toyota for achieving a smoother production flow ... Whilst heijunka refers to the concept of achieving production smoothing, the heijunka box is the name of a specific tool used in achieving the aims of heijunka ...
Altrincham Grammar School For Girls - Results
... AGGS is currently one of the highest achieving schools in England (this being helped by the fact that it is a selective school which requires girls ... results in national GCSE exams with all girls achieving an A*-C grade (a 100% pass rate) and with 80% of these girls achieving at least a B ...
Moorside High School - Academic Performance
... results for the past five years 2006 with 41% of pupils achieving 5 A*-C 2007 with 44% of pupils achieving 5 A*-C 2008 with 50% of pupils achieving 5 A*-C 2009 with 50% of pupils achieving 5 A*-C 2010 with 67% of ...
Tim Scott (guitarist) - Biography - Early Life
... studying for his GCSE music at Hazel Grove High School achieving a C grade overall but achieving an A in his composition ... Institute (GI), London commencing his studies on 21 September 1992 he graduated achieving the grade Pass on 3 July 1993 ...

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