GCSE Success 2016
Pupils and staff at Studley High School have been celebrating another great set of GCSE results. As headteacher I am absolutely delighted with the achievement of the pupils which has improved on last year’s successes. It is always great to see so many pupils celebrating the results of their hard work and efforts.
Rowan Evans is celebrating after a clean sweep of 10A*s across his GCSE subjects.
There are many other examples of excellent individual performances from pupils, including;
Jessica Allington achieved 9A*s and 1A grade.
Harriet Smith achieved 8 A* and 2 A grades.
Sadie Griffiths achieved 7 A* and 3 A grades.
Amelia Baker achieved 6 A* and 4 A grades.
Georgia Clarke 7A* 2As 1B
Daniel Qureshi 7A* 2As 1B
Vanessa Gravestock 5A*, 3As and 2 Bs.
Tom Hutchinson 5A*, 3As and 2 Bs.
Tom Harvey 4A*, 5As and 1 B
Beth Parry 4A*, 5As and 1 B
Helen Davis 3A*, 3As, 4Bs.
Harrison Beech 2A*, 5As, 3Bs.
Callum Hartland 2A*, 6As, 1B, 1C.
Robert Lawrence 1A*, 7As, 1B, 1C.
Imogen Perry 3A*, 2As and 5Bs
Matthew Tristram 3A*, 3As, 3Bs, 1C
Caitlin O’Neill 2A*, 3As and 5Bs.
Almost 40 pupils secured at least 3 A and A* grades at GCSE.
In terms of overall achievement well over 75% of pupils have made expected or better progress in both maths and an English qualification. This has resulted in a PROGRESS 8 score of 0.11 (0.08 on provisional tables which will be amended in January 17). The PROGRESS 8 score is based on performance in maths, English, science, humanities, languages and then 3 slots for ‘other’ subjects.
The successes continue across many other subject areas with many departments achieving well over 70% A*-C grades.
- Art 80% A*-C
- Catering 83% A*-C
- Food Technology 100% A*-C
- Geography 71% A*-C
- French 96% A*-C
- German 100% A*-C
- Physical Education 73% A*-C
- Philosophy and Ethics 74% A*-C
- Biology 95% A*-C
- Chemistry 82% A*-C
- Physics 76% A*-C
- Additional Science 76% A*-C
- Music 100% A*-C
I wish every pupil from this year’s cohort the very best in their future adventures and look forward to hearing about their successes.
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