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Best ever GCSE results for the school.

Best ever GCSE results for the school.

The students at The Beaconsfield School have once again produced the best every GCSE results for the school. At a time when examination marking is becoming tougher we continue to see our results improve. The number of students gaining the highest grades has improved again in the core subjects, 8 departments have seen their results improve and the number of students achieving 5A*-C including English and Maths has also increased to be in line with the national average.

At a time when national results have continued to fall our results have continued to rise. 

The English and Mathematics departments have both recorded the highest results ever; English A*-C 72% with 27% of students gaining an A*-B grade and Mathematics A*-C 73% with 30% gaining and A*-B grade.   The national average for these subjects are English 63.6% and Maths 57.6%.  The percentage of students gaining at least 5A*-C grades has increased to 56% and with a number of students having examination papers remarked we are confident this will improve.  In the last two years the percentage of students achieving 5A*-C including English and Maths has increased by 15%.  Results like this can only be achieved through the hard work of students, parents and staff. 

There were some notable performances from individual students:

Rea Duxbury   3 A*, 5A and 3 B
Ella Wicks  3 A*, 6A and 2 B
Sahil Verma 3 A*, 4 A, 2B and 1 C
Taraq Ahmed  2 A*, 8A and 2 B
Sara Collins  1 A*, 9A and 1 B
Poppy Anne Forbes  2 A*, 7A and 2 B
Lauren Brake    2A*, 2A, 7 B and 1 C
Karolina Gres       2 A*, 1 A, 6B and 2C
Poppy Lane  4 A , 6 B and 2 C
Emsy Parker     7 A , 3 B and 1 C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am very proud of all our students who have worked extremely hard to make this an incredibly successful year for the school.  Congratulations to all the students and their families many of which are returning to our 6th Form to continue with their education.  For those who are not I would like to wish them all the best for the stage in their education.

John Fletcher

Headteacher