Chenderit School GCSE results 201823/08/2018
In a year when so much has changed staff and governors of Chenderit School are delighted to report this year’s GCSE results. Students have achieved the top grades in a wide range of subjects, demonstrating that their hard work has been recognised and acknowledged. Many students have met or exceeded their demanding targets and are rightly proud of what they have achieved. Overall 76% of students in English and 66% in maths achieved a 9-4 grade.
There are many outstanding individual performances to be celebrated, in particular Lucia Mullins, who achieved the highest grades in every subject she sat: 9 grade 9s and one A* - this is a phenomenal success. The following students have also demonstrated exceptional performance and achieved seven or more of the highest grades (grades 9, 8 or 7, or A* or A grades in subjects still on the old specification): Milly Ayres, Sophie Broadbridge, Samuel Darke, Libby Deakin, Euan Edwards, Beth Ellison, Megan Elson, Ben Forbes, Rebecca Glenny, Jamie Hinks, Georgia Lewis, Joe Lingard, Kiran Long, Emily Long-Wurr, Shannon Macdonald, Matthew McGlamery, Dora Neill, Imogen Pope, Maria Radi, Alice Rowe, Luke Sutton and Millie Wilson Fitzgerald.
"I offer my sincere congratulations to our year 11 students, who are the first cohort to sit the new GCSEs in almost all subjects, following the introduction of new specifications in English and maths in 2017. The three main changes are that they are harder, with more rigorous content, are graded 9-1, and have more of a focus on end-of-course exams. Despite such challenges, our year 11 students have excelled themselves and performed very well, and I am delighted their efforts have been rewarded.
"I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate our students for their excellent results. I would also like to commend our staff for all they have contributed and our parents for their unwavering support,” said Jane Cartwright, headteacher.
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