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exmresultsCongratulations to all our year 11 pupils.

Year 11 pupils received the results of all their hard work for their GCSE exams today Thursday 20th Aug 2015. There were many outstanding individual results.

74% of all GCSE exams sat in school were passes at grades A* to C. Nationally the figure was 69%.

  • 10 pupils achieved 10 or more A*/A grade GCSE passes

  • 74% of all GCSE exams sat in school were passes at grades A* to C. Nationally the figure was 69%

  • 70% of pupils gained 5 or more GCSE A*-C graded passes (national figures not released until January).

  • 61% of pupils gained 5 or more GCSE A*-C graded passes including English and Maths (national figures not released until January).

  • 97% of pupils gained 5 or more A*-G grade passes (national figures not released until January).

  • 22% of all GCSE passes in school were at grades A* or A.

  • In English, 68% of pupils gained grades A*-C 6% more than the national figure of 62%.

  • In Maths, 74% of pupils gained grades A*-C 12% more than the national figure of 62%.

  • 100% of the 52 pupils who took three separate GCSE science subjects (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) gained A*-C grades.

  • 80% of pupils who took at least two science subjects gained A*-C grades.

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Here is a slideshow of some pictures from the day.

 

GCSE Results day 2015 as it happened.

 

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Somewhat nervously pupils arrive to get their results.

What will they be?

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The anxious waiting is nearly over.

 

Pupils start to collect their results.

 

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Time to open the envelope to see their results.

Overall, they have produced an excellent set of results.

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Now time to enrol in the 6th form

Congratulations to all our year 11 pupils who received their results today.

Previous year's results

In the Exams section on the Downloads page of the website there are detailed tables going back to 2005. Full 2015 results will be posted there shortly.

School "League Tables"

Government "League Tables" comparing schools using a number of performance indicators, primarily the percentage of pupils gaining 5 or more GCSE at grades A*-C and the percentage of pupils gaining 5 or more GCSE at grades A*-C including English and maths, will not be available until January 2016.

 

The Principal, Mr Steve Riches, said about the results

sr_desk_lemon“I am delighted that the hard work of our pupils has been
rewarded with so many excellent results. For the school this represents yet another very good set of results. I’d like to thank all the pupils, their families and their teachers for the hard work that has led to this pleasing outcome.”

For me, the most pleasing part of any school results is the success of every individual pupil that has produced those good school figures. I wish each and every one of them happiness and success in the next stages of their life."

 

The National Picture from the BBC Education News

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GCSEs: Where are we up to with all the changes?

 

 

 

 

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