GCSE Results Day 2022

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Year 11 students were delighted and excited as they received their results this morning.

These students have faced significant disruption to face to face learning during the pandemic and the return of a full set of GCSE examinations was an additional pressure after the past two years of centre assessed grades.

The wait is over and the joy and delight on the faces of students was shared with many relieved and proud parents as students opened their results envelopes. 

Top performing students were:

Tamsin Ivory – 9 Grade 9s and a 7

Katrina Rickard – 8 Grade 9s and 2 8s

Selin Ilhan, Skye Powell and Phoebe Revell – 7 Grade 9s and 3 8s

Molly Matheron – 6 Grade 9s and 4 8s

Sam Foster - 6 Grade 9s, 3 8s

Bailey Bassi – 5 Grade 9s and 5 8s

Jack Rushworth and Florence Du Casse both secured 5 Grade 9s and were among 26 students at the school who achieved at least 9 GCSE’s at Grade 9-7. 

Headteacher, Malcolm White, was delighted with the outcomes and to see so many happy students and parents:

‘These students have faced unprecedented challenges since the spring of 2020, and their results are a testament to their hard work, resilience and engagement over that period of time.

I often tell the students to control what they can control and to not worry about things they can’t change or influence.  It is fantastic to see this cohort taking ownership of their learning and working so well with our staff.

It has been wonderful to see so many students securing top grades.  There are also individuals in this year group who have overcome significant challenges in terms of mental health and difficult personal circumstances, and it has been great to see hard work rewarded and personal goals met.

This is a day for the students to take centre stage, they will enjoy their celebrations with a real sense of personal pride.  They have been brilliant to work with and we look forward to welcoming them back into our sixth form in September to continue their journey with us.’