Instructions to candidates
Please read the timetable carefully, paying particular attention to the dates and times of your own examination subjects. If you have any queries, please see the exams officer immediately.
You are expected to be present at least 15 Minutes before the start of each examination.
We are very proud of the Class of 2018 – their exam results were extremely good and very well deserved. It was a real joy seeing them collect their results and being rewarded for the hard work and determination shown. Huge congratulations goes to all our students and their teachers as it is their work together that has proved to be a winning combination and we are delighted to see them leave us and move onto pastures new with a wide variety of choices and options as a result.
More students than ever achieved grades either in line with or above their targets, and more students also achieved ‘Strong Passes’ (grade 5). A huge number of grades 7-9 were also achieved, a massive 277 in fact and of those 58 were grade 9 - please remember the new grade 9’s introduced recently are only given to the very highest attaining students nationally. Substantial increases in results were seen in many subjects with students achieving higher grades across the board, on average.
Special mention must be given to Abigail Kaur-Bennett, our Head Girl, who achieved a spectacular set of results; she achieved a grade 9 in every single subject. This is a enormous achievement and something that was achieved by only a small number of students nationally. We are absolutely delighted for her and she truly deserves such recognition as she worked incredibly hard, as well as finding time to contribute to the wider school.
The top performers of the year group and those nominated for the subject prizes will be revealed at the Presentation Evening in November when we look forward to celebrating with our leavers one last time.
Well done everyone!