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Key Points for 2016
2016 GCSE Results surpass expectations
66% of our students gained at least 5 A* - C grades including English and Mathematics, and 75% achieved 5 A*- C grades. 12 students achieved 8 or more GCSE's at A* or A grade. In addition, using the new performance measures, the results are excellent, with an Average Attainment 8 score of 51.26. The Progress 8 measure involves national bench-marking and so will not be released until the autumn. However, our initial estimation of this shows us to be above average nationally.
These GCSE results represent the quality of the achievements by our students who have worked extremely hard and deserve their successes. There have been some incredible individual achievements from students who are thrilled with their results. Our teachers and support staff equally deserve the highest praise for their great work, and students appreciate the outstanding teaching they receive within the school. Congratulations and well done to everyone involved.”
Outstanding GCSE results included:
Elizabeth Bennett 10 A* grades and 2 A grades in Level 3 qualifications
Jack Lyon 6 A* grades, 3 A grades, 1 B grade and 2 A grades in Level 3 qualifications
Joseph Woollard 8 A* grades and 2 A grades and 1 B grade in a Level 3 qualification
Alexander Wilbourn 2 A* grades and 5 A grades, 2 B grades, 1 C grade and A&D grades in Level 3 qualifications
Aaron Coldicott 6 A* grades, 4 A grades and 1 B grade
Avinash Mandala 4 A* grades, 5 A grades, 1 C grade and 1 B grade in a Level 3 qualification
Mary Sturch 2 A* grades and 8 A grades and 1 B grade in a Level 3 qualification
Sachin Patel 3 A* grades, 6 A grades and 2 B grades
Marvellous A Level and BTEC results - 18th August 2016.
Read about our results and view a small selection of photos from our Results Day 2016. To view the document and photos please click here.
Photos supplied courtesy of The Crawley News and Lawrence Homewood.