With the second year of results for the reformed more challenging GCSE qualifications students at The Kingsway School are again celebrating superb results which saw 71% of students achieving the key measure of a standard pass (at least a grade 4) in both Maths and English. Of these 48% achieved the strong pass (at least a grade 5) in both subjects. This is even better than our 2018 results.
The provisional headline data is:
- 84% of students achieving grades 4+ in GCSE English (71% achieving 5+ grades)
- 73% of students achieving grade 4+ in GCSE Maths (53% achieving 5+ grades)
- 71% of students achieved grades 4+ in both English and Maths (48% achieving 5+ grades in both)
- 69% of students achieved a 4+ grades in at least two Sciences (46% achieving 5+ grades)
- Attainment 8 score 4.81
There were some sensational individual performances to highlight:
The highest performing student was Owen Faulkner who remarkably achieved the top grade 9 across all NINE of his GCSE subjects.
There were other fantastic performances from William Wakefield, Max Woski & Lara Barbera who achieved SEVEN or more grade 9s.
Other top performers achieving NINE grade 7s and above were Reece Robson, Hannah James, Jacob Lyndon, Eleanor White, Ethan Wilson, Judy Al-Jedai, Sarah Sadimlija-Miller & Nafisa Hamouda-Asgill.
Headteacher, Jo Lowe commented,
“I am delighted that these results prove that our students were able to rise up to and meet the challenges of the reformed more challenging GCSE qualifications. Students should be proud of their achievements which reflect their hard work and commitment. We wish the Leavers 2019 well as they leave us and move on to college, sixth form and employment/training, built on the foundations that The Kingsway School has given them for a fantastic future.”