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GCSE Results 2019

Headteacher, Barry Doherty, writes…

“We are extremely proud and excited for our students again this year as they celebrate another great set of GCSE results. The demands on students continue to grow and we are so proud of how our students responded and stepped up to those challenges.

The Governing Body and I wish to congratulate all our students for their success and also acknowledge their commitment and resilience during those very demanding GCSE years.

Our belief is that our futures are unknown and flexible.
Success looks and feels very different to each one of us and we wish to celebrate each student, irrespective of individual grades, who can now sit back and know they gave everything to securing their future with the best GCSE grades possible

2019 Results – Headline figures

With over 20 GCSE courses studied at Chipping Norton School our main attainment headlines were excellent with strong performance being repeated in Maths and further extended in English.

English and Maths Combined:

  • 77% of all students achieved a Grade 4 to 9 in English and 7% up on last year!

English:

  • 83% of all students achieved a Grade 4 to 9 in English. 7% up on last year!
  • 70% of all students achieved a Grade 5 to 9 in English. 5% up on last year!
  • 30% of all students achieved a Grade 7 to 9 in English. 8% up on last year!

Maths:

  • 82% of all students achieved a Grade 4 to 9 in Maths. 7% up on last year!
  • 61% of all students achieved a Grade 5 to 9 in Maths. 2% up on last year!

Sciences:

  • The percentage of all students securing a Grade 4 to 9 in Biology, Chemistry and Physics has also risen by up to 4%.

We continue to see a significant fall in the gap between the achievements of disadvantaged and all other students.

Overall, over 20% of all our grades were 7s, 8s or 9s.

Just some individual achievements to note:

Achieving at least five Grade 7 to 9 passes:

Beth Blackwell

Katie Blundell

Hannah  Burman

Lily Burnett

Maisie Frater

Jared Guzenda

Callum Hirst

Tristan Peissel

Lewis Pendery

Chloe Pierce

Zoe Robertson

Maya Salgado Swabey

Jonah Shaw

Abbie Slark

Evie Sokol

Dylan Stovin-Bradford

Charlie Summers

Achieving at least nine Grade 7 to 9 passes:

Ethan Bissett

Lola Burnett

Ella Castle

Amie Cooper

Erik Fledderus

Louis Flower

Charlie Hill

Holly Ibrhaim

Keira Koch

Catriona McCleery

Elliot Rux-Burton

Felix Webb

Miles Weedon

Equally impressive are those students who have made huge progress since they joined us in primary school. Some stand-out names appear below and whilst each student achieved superb grades in their own right, they can be particularly proud of how they can gone from strength to strength at Chipping Norton School.

Clementine Wesson

Georgia Collins

Aimee Simson

Molly Day

Esther Rathbone

Ellie Williams

Thomas Adams

Emma Reed

Esme Knight

Tom Whitehead

The Complete Press release issued 22 August 2019

Headteacher, Barry Doherty, writes…

“We are extremely proud and excited for our students again this year as they celebrate another great set of GCSE results. The demands on students continue to grow and we are so proud of how our students responded and stepped up to those challenges.

The Governing Body and I wish to congratulate all our students for their success and also acknowledge their commitment and resilience during those very demanding GCSE years.

With over 20 GCSE courses studied at Chipping Norton School our main attainment headlines were excellent with strong performance being repeated in Maths and further extended in English.

English and Maths Combined:

  • 77% of all students achieved a Grade 4 to 9 in English and 7% up on last year!

English:

  • 83% achieved a Grade 4 to 9 in English. 7% up on last year!
  • 70% achieved a Grade 5 to 9 in English. 5% up on last year!
  • 30% achieved a Grade 7 to 9 in English. 8% up on last year!

Maths:

  • 82% achieved a Grade 4 to 9 in Maths. 7% up on last year!
  • 61% achieved a Grade 5 to 9 in Maths. 2% up on last year!

Sciences:

  • The percentage of all students securing a Grade 4 to 9 in Biology, Chemistry and Physics has also risen by up to 4%.

In addition, we continue to see a significant fall in the gap between the achievements of disadvantaged and all other students.

The following students return home today with outstanding results having achieved at least five Grade 7 to 9 passes: Ethan Bissett, Beth Blackwell, Katie Blundell, Lily Burnett, Hannah  Burman, Lola Burnett, Ella Castle, Amie Cooper, Erik Fledderus, Louis Flower, Maisie Frater, Jared Guzenda, Charlie Hill, Callum Hirst, Holly Ibrhaim, Keira Koch, Catriona McCleery, Tristan Peissel, Lewis Pendery, Chloe Pierce, Zoe Robertson, Elliot Rux-Burton, Maya Salgado Swabey, Jonah Shaw, Abbie Slark, Evie Sokol, Dylan Stovin-Bradford, Charlie Summers, Felix Webb and Miles Weedon.

Particular congratulations are extended to Ethan, Lola, Ella, Amie, Erik, Louis, Charlie, Holly, Keira, Catriona, Elliot, Felix and Miles who each secured at least nine Grade 7 to 9 grades. In an era where standards and expectations have risen so markedly, these achievements are particularly stunning and an inspiration for all students. Overall, over 20% of all our grades were 7s, 8s or 9s.

Equally impressive are those students who have made huge progress since they joined us in primary school. Some stand-out names appear below and whilst each student achieved superb grades in their own right, they can be particularly proud of how they can gone from strength to strength at Chipping Norton School: Clementine Wesson, Georgia Collins, Aimee Simson, Molly Day, Esther Rathbone, Ellie Williams, Thomas Adams, Emma Reed, Esme Knight and Tom Whitehead.

Our belief is that our futures are unknown and flexible. Success looks and feels very different to each one of us and today we wish to celebrate each student, irrespective of individual grades, who can now sit back and know they gave everything to securing their future with the best GCSE grades possible.”