Another Stunning Set of GCSE Results
We are delighted with the success of our students in this year's GCSE examinations.
- 73% of our students achieved at least 5 A*-C grades including English and Maths; 62% achieved at least 8 A*-C grades including English and Maths
- Over a third of grades were at A or A*
- Over half of our students achieved at least 5 grades at A*-B
- A remarkable 61 students achieved at least 8 GCSEs at A*-A; 6 achieved 10 or more grades at A* or equivalent
- In English, 87% of students achieved national expected progress and nearly 60% exceeded national expected progress. In Maths the figures were 75% and 40%
- The percentage of disadvantaged students exceeding expected progress in English and Maths has improved significantly
Head Teacher Richard Bradford said -
'I am very proud of our students - they have been a fantastic year group who have worked incredibly hard and challenged themselves to do their very best. I am delighted that students of all abilities are celebrating excellent personal academic achievements in their exams today. I would like to thank the staff and parents who have done so much to support the students over the last few years. I know that because of this support, the students have achieved much more than academic success and leave school well equipped to take on the challenges they will face in the years ahead.
There were lots of individual successes.
Twins, Jago and Annie Sherred were celebrating after between them accumulating an amazing 17A*, 4A and 3B grades at GCSE as well as an A in FSMQ Additional Maths.
Esme Madell was also one of over 60 students to achieve at least 8 A*-A grades at GCSE. She achieved 9A* and 1A grades, a remarkable set of results as it was on average 3 grades per subject higher than the national average given her KS2 levels.
Yian Zeng was the top performing student at Stringer. As well as achieving 13 A* grades at GCSE, she also secured AS results in Philosophy and Ethics and Chinese as well as an A in Additional Mathematics FSMQ.
Other photos from the day