|Grade 9 - 8 (A*)||12%|
|Grade 9 - 7 (A* to A)||23%|
|Grade 9 - 5 (A* to B)||62%|
|Grade 9 - 4 (A* to C)||79%|
“I am delighted with our GCSE results this year. Our number of grade 8 and 9s has increased on last year at 12% and our number of grade 7 – 9 results is the same as it was this time last year at 23%.
Our value-added data (indicating how much we add, as an average to pupils’ predicted results) is significantly above the national average.
Particular congratulations should go to our Biology students, who achieved 100% of all grades at 7-9; our Music students, who achieved 60% of all grades at 7 – 9, and our Geography, Chemistry and Physics students, who achieved 50% of all grades at 7-9.”
Dr Julian Murphy, Headmaster
Student Success Stories
Heather is over the moon with her GCSE grades, scooping 9s in Chemistry, Biology, Physics, History and RE, 8s in Maths and English Literature and 7s in German and English Language. She is aspiring to study Medicine and has her sights set on Oxford or Cambridge.
Heather’s parents are understandably proud of her achievements, particularly as she has managed to combine all her studying for the exams with continuing as a Junior Taekwondo instructor. Heather is a second Dan Black Belt in the sport and in the last year has also competed in two British championships.
Alice is very pleased with her results particularly as she has balanced studying with her interest in the performing arts. She was delighted to receive her results particularly in History and Science where she achieved a 9 and two 7s. She’s looking forward to studying History, English and Drama at A Level.
Daisy was delighted on receiving her results this morning, after they were better than she anticipated (6s, 7s, and 8s), and is looking forward to relaxing before she starts studying for her A Levels in Geography, RE and Business.
Amy is very happy with her results and is considering her options for when she’s completed her A Levels in Biology, Chemistry and Geography. At the moment she’s been inspired by her sister, a Paramedic, and is considering a career in medicine.
AIi and her parents were celebrating today on receiving her results which were, as she said, ‘so much better than I expected!’. She is now ready to study English, Religious Education and Business at A Level.
Hattie was delighted with her results, particularly in Geography and French, the latter which Hattie had been trying to drop out of, however her hard work paid off and she is now set to study Geography, Business and Religious Education at A Level.
Hollie was joined by her family to celebrate her results which she was really happy with. She’s now going on to study Biology, Psychology and History.
Maria was joined by her parents to share in celebrating her results this morning. After joining six months after the start of the GCSE course she made up a great deal of ground to get results that ‘were better than I expected, and I passed Maths!’ She will now go on to study Geography, Art and Business.
A keen and talented netball player, Charlotte is currently part of the Wasps Netball Academy and will be under-going trials for the Wasps U19 team. Her results have enabled her to progress to focus on her sporting interests, as she will now study a BTec in Sports Science.