Duo arrive in tractor as Mullion School harvests top GCSE results

Tom Briggs and James Hosken decided to arrive on a tractor to collect their results

Tom Briggs and James Hosken decided to arrive on a tractor to collect their results

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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.

Falmouth Packet: Joseph McCabe and Ellie Tregoning were among the highest achieving students at Mullion

Joseph McCabe and Ellie Tregoning were two of the school's highest achieving students. 

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