GCSE Level Results 2018

96.1% of all GCSEs were at grade 4

We are delighted by the results of the year group, who have been the first to take the new, reformed GCSEs in the majority of their subjects. The results are a testament to the hard work of staff and students, and, not least, their parents.

96.1% of all GCSEs were at grade 4 (equivalent to the old C) or above, and 49% were at grade 7 (equivalent to the old A) or above.

96.4% gained a Standard Pass (grade 4, which is equivalent to the old C) or above in both Mathematics and English, and 88% achieved a Good Pass (grade 5) or better in both Mathematics and English.

50% of the year group (69 students) achieved 5 or more GCSEs at grade 7 (the new equivalent to the old A grade) or above and 26% (36 students) achieved 8 GCSEs at grade 7 or above (which is the equivalent of the old A grade and above).

Other stand out statistics include:

3 students achieved a grade 8 or 9 (the new equivalents to the old A*) in all 10 GCSEs they sat, with 2 of them attaining a grade 9 in all 10 subjects, which puts them amongst the 0.2% of the national cohort (about 1000 students) that achieved a grade 9 across the board in every subject they sat

2 students achieved a grade 8 or 9 in 9 of the GCSEs they sat

5 students achieved a grade 8 or 9 in 8 of the GCSEs they sat

10 students achieved a grade 8 or 9 in 7 of the GCSEs they sat

4 students achieved a grade 8 or 9 in 6 of the GCSEs they sat

4 students achieved a grade 8 or 9 in 5 of the GCSEs they sat