22/08/2019

GCSE results reflect superb student progress

GCSE results 2019

  • The provisional Progress 8 score of 0.25 indicates outstanding progress

  • Further improvement to 69.01% standard passes in English and Maths  consolidates the school’s position as one of the country’s leading state schools for continuous improvement in good GCSE results

  • An exceptional 80.4% of students achieved a standard pass in Maths and 78.4% in English with almost two-thirds achieving a strong pass in both   

Park House is today celebrating another outstanding set of GCSE results, reflecting truly exceptional student progress.

The further improvement on 2018 performance continues a positive trend which has seen Park House recognised by the Minister of State for Education as one of the country’s top 100 state schools for continuous improvement in good GCSE results. Student progress is excellent across the range of GCSE subjects, the key and consistent measure of the quality of student performance.

GCSE results 2019

Headteacher Derek Peaple said: "We are exceptionally proud of all that this wonderful year group have achieved. Their progress has been simply outstanding. Our students’ superb collective achievement is a reflection of each individual’s commitment and progress. We are so happy for these very special young people, who thoroughly deserve their success. It is based on their hard work and the positive partnership which exists between students, staff and parents. We are absolutely thrilled for all of them. Their performance in these increasingly demanding exams has been exceptional and there are so many truly wonderful achievements to celebrate."

 

69.01% of students achieved standard passes in English and Maths. An exceptional 80.4% students achieved those passes in Maths and 78.4% in English . Almost two-thirds of students achieved strong passes in both subjects. 

 

Provisional Progess 8, the key performance  measure at GCSE, stands at an excellent  0.25. This is significantly the best that the school has achieved since the measure was introduced.    

 

Mr Peaple added: "Comparisons between performance year on year are now made more difficult by recent changes to the grading system and the increased demands of final written exams. However, using the consistent and most widely accepted benchmark measure of student progress across all of the subjects that they study, we are absolutely delighted by the wonderfully positive Progress 8 score. This is the best objective indicator of just how superbly this year group have performed."

 

Outstanding individual results, with students achieving 8 or more GCSEs at grade 9 or 8 include:

Tiegan Doyle who achieved 8 grade 9s, 1 grade 8 and 3 grade 7s

  • Jonah Yallop who achieved 6 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s and 2 grade 7s
  • Tyler Du Cros who achieved 6 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s and 1 grade 7
  • Caitlin Richards who achieved 5 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s and 3 grade 7s
  • Lily Marston who achieved 4 grade 9s, 4 grade 8s and 3 grade 7s
  • Meg Carter who achieved 4 grade 9s, 4 grade 8s and 2 grade 7s
  • Holly Herd who achieved 3 grade 9s, 7 grade 8s and 1 grade 7
  • Charlie Ginn who achieved 2 grade 9s, 6 grade 8s and 1 grade 7

GCSE results 2019



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