It was an absolute joy to welcome back our Year 11 pupils into school today to celebrate their outstanding set of GCSE results. The Senior School Hall had a real buzz as we got to see the students for the first time since March.
We are thrilled that this year, 61% of all results were at the highest grades of 9/8 (A*), 80% were at grades 9-7 (A*/A) and 99.9% were at grades 9-4 (A*-C).
Head Nina Gunson said: “I am so proud of this year group and their amazing set of results. It’s been a very challenging year for our GCSE students but they are a resilient and fearless cohort and we are sure they will go on to achieve great things in their Sixth Form years. Despite the challenges this period has presented us with, they have worked incredibly hard and shown such a positive attitude and we’re confident they are well equipped to enjoy a smooth transition onto the next level of their education.”
We really can’t wait to welcome our new Sixth Formers and the rest of the pupils back to school on Thursday, 3rd September.”
Budding STEM superstar Melika Gramy celebrates a perfect set of GCSE results
Fresh from the finals of the TeenTech Awards, Year 11 pupil Melika Gramy is celebrating a stunning set of GCSE results. Melika was selected as one of the finalists in the Research and Information Literacy category after she impressed the judges with her idea of ‘Using VR in Physiotherapy’. As Melika reached the finals of these prestigious awards, the school has been awarded the TeenTech Gold Award for Innovation and Creativity. This is for enabling and encouraging students to keep working on projects and enter the competition despite the lockdown due to the pandemic.
GCSE success for England Hockey extraordinaire Sophie Flint
Year 11 Sophie Flint has achieved a top-class set of GCSE results. Sophie is one of our resident hockey pros, who at the beginning of the year, was selected for the U16s England Squad.
During lockdown, Sophie, together with her England Hockey team, decided to run 2070 miles to mark the distance of countries they would have played in before matches were cancelled due to Covid-19. They have so far raised £2617 for the NHS!
St Johns ambulance volunteer Lahari Paladugu achieves a stunning set of GCSEs!
Year 11 pupil Lahari has achieved an amazing set of GCSE results all while being a dedicated volunteer at St John Ambulance. In recent years, she has helped out at key events and shopping centres, and she has even assisted with first aid and CPR training for our younger pupils. During lockdown, Lahari has been acutely aware of how difficult it has been for charities to maintain financial stability, and has made herself available as much as possible to help out.