King Ethelbert School are celebrating another year of excellent GCSE results with students at all ability levels making superb progress. 60% of students achieved a pass in English and 60% achieved a pass in maths, with nearly half of all students achieving a pass in both English and maths. Once again, science results were outstanding, with 54% of students achieving at least 2 science passes and students also excelled in the non-core subjects that they had opted to study.
Congratulations to all students including the following:
James Protopapas 9 excellent passes, all at the top grades of 9 – 6 including one grade 9, one distinction star and two grade 8s.
Corey Austin 8 excellent passes at the top grades of 9 – 6 including one distinction star and three grade 8s.
Oliver Playford 9 excellent passes, 5 of which were at grades 9 – 7.
Jesse Lin 9 excellent passes, 6 of which were at the top grades of 9 – 6 including two grade 8s.
Charlotte Lavender 9 excellent passes, eight of which were the top grades of 9 – 6 including a distinction star and three grade 7s.
Tate Barnes 9 excellent passes, six of which were at the top grades of 9 – 6 including one distinction star, one distinction and one grade 7.
Shumaya Begum 9 excellent passes, 8 of which were at the top grades of 9 – 6, including one distinction star and one grade 7.
Kate Greig, Headteacher said “these are fantastic results and we are enormously proud or our students. We have brilliant staff who work so hard to ensure the students achieve the best possible grades they can but the students deserve the real praise for working so hard and for showing real resilience and determination.”
The following students made outstanding progress, achieving on average, a grade or more higher in every subject than students of the same ability nationally.
James Protopapas, Aidan Broadley, Corey Austin, William Cespedes-Stewart, Toby Copper, Danny Gilbert-Wynde, Abbie Greetham, Paulina Gruzdziunaite, Tyler Knaves, Emelia Oliver-Hendy,
Vicky Willis, Head of School said “we are thrilled with our students’ achievements. The vast majority have been successful in gaining places on courses of their choice for September and we are delighted that many are able to stay on in our sixth form and build on this success studying the brilliant IBCP. A huge thank you must go to the amazing staff team for their relentless hard work in preparing students and building their confidence.”
The excellent GCSE examination results come on the back of the superb IBCP sixth form results the Year 13 students achieved last week. King Ethelbert remains one of the highest performing non-selective schools in Kent.