Educational Life CIC are delighted to report on the GCSE Examination Results for Community College Whitstable
We were pleased to see that so many pupils performed exceptionally well and rose to the challenge of the new ‘harder’ GCSEs in English and maths. A number of pupils achieved grade 8s in maths, there were also grade 7s and 8s in English Language and Literature. As in previous years, creative arts have secured remarkable results with 100% in textiles, 95% in fine art and 94% Cs and above in photography.
Headteacher, Ana Gibson was especially delighted, demonstrating that the school is moving in the right direction and has a solid platform for further improvement.
Special mention should be given to Holly Andrews, who secured grade 6s and 7s with the new more challenging GCSEs. Courtney Firminger secured grade 7 and 8s for her core subjects and A & A* grades for fine art, science, ICT and food technology. Dylan Small performed exceptionally well in maths (grade 8) English (grade 6) and the triple sciences achieving AAA grades. Oscar Jackson also secured grade 8 in maths and an A for computer science.
Pupils, teachers and parents have all worked intensely for this moment and their hard work has paid off. An ice cream van was on-site to provide cool refreshments as a ‘thank you’ to all.