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Duo arrive in tractor as Mullion School harvests top GCSE results
Updated 3:41pm Thursday 22nd August 2013 in News
The latest crop of students from Mullion School have harvested some top GCSE results - with one pair even arriving in a tractor.
It was James Hosken and Tom Briggs from Manaccan who chose the most unusual method of arrival, arriving in a Massey Ferguson.
Other students arrived in groups of friends, while some were accompanied by their parents.
Among the top performing students were Joseph McCabe from St Keverne, who received seven A* grades and three A grades, and Ellie Tregoning from Cury who achieved eight A*s and two A grades.
Today marked the final results day for retiring special educational needs co-ordinator Amanda Hipkiss, who left at the end of last term but returned to see how students had fared.
Joseph McCabe and Ellie Tregoning were two of the school's highest achieving students.
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