The staff and parents of all Year 11 students at Aylesbury Grammar School are proud of the results achieved today in the GCSEs of 2018.
The reformed GCSE qualifications have brought much debate, preparation and application. Well done to all the students for their achievements and to the staff for guiding them to such outstanding results.
71% of entries in reformed GCSEs were graded 9-7.
69.2% of entries were graded 9-7 or A*/A and 98.6% 9-4 or A*-C.
75.1% of students received 5 or more 9-7 or A* and A grades with 33 students receiving 100% 9-7 or A*/A grades.
Exceptional performances from Dylan Holmes-Cowan, Matt Rizzo-Naudi with nine grade 9s and two A* grades. Cam Brooker with nine grade 9s and one A* grade. George Ramsey achieved seven grade 9s with four A* grades, Aman Sidiq seven grade 9s and three A* grades, Jordan Cobley seven grade 9s with two A* grades. Shoheb Hassan and Max Ramsey both achieved seven grade 9s with one A* grade.
Headmaster Mark Sturgeon said:
‘The challenges of the new GCSEs in reformed subjects have created a challenging environment for the students and staff. With little reference material, it is great news to see the students perform so well and achieve so highly.
These outcomes will provide them all with a wonderful foundation for further study and we congratulate them and their families and staff who have supported the students throughout the two years of GCSE study.’
For further information please contact: Vanessa Kennedy (Headmaster’s PA) on 01296 484545 or firstname.lastname@example.org