GCSE Results 2023
No year group has walked into an exam room bearing on their shoulders the weight of the past years as this cohort. Their preparations were disrupted by lockdowns, by compulsory remote learning, by unexpected high absence throughout. Despite this, they have approached their exams and GCSE courses with a fortitude and focus that will serve them exceptionally well as they prepare for their next steps. We are immensely proud of these results and thank our students and staff for being the amazing people they are.
Consistently high expectations and support have ensured subjects like English and History have retained higher than national progress, with others like Art, Biology, French, History and Spanish maintaining over 70% 9-5 grades. 408 grades 9-7 were achieved, accounting for 31% of our grades.
Headteacher Kuljit Rahelu said ‘These results are brilliant given the challenges that individual students had to manage as they approached their exams. We are incredibly proud of our students and grateful that staff and parents worked in partnership with us throughout. We know they will continue to be successful given the foundation we have provided them’.
Stand out individual performances include:
Emily P - eight grade 9’s and two grade 8’s
Sarah R – achieving seven grade 9’s and three grade 8’s
Fiona H - achieving seven grade 9’s and three grade 8’s
Chair of Governors, Bradley Fage shared the following: ‘Against a challenging national picture, our students and families have lived and breathed our values and reaped the rewards. Thank you to our whole staff team, achieving in the hardest of contexts’. Governor Neela Moorghen added ‘The fact that students have achieved everything they need for their next steps and will fulfil their potential is a phenomenal achievement’.
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