Springwood High School Celebrate GCSE Success

Springwood High School Celebrate GCSE Success

This year all subjects moved across to the more challenging GCSE content and grading system with a grade 9 representing a new standard of high achievement above that of the old *A grade.

In total 37 students gained at least one grade 9 in their GCSE grades, the vast majority of subjects had 1 or more students attaining a grade 9.

The highest performing student, Malu Nair, gained a grade 9 in all 12 of her GCSE subjects.

Other high performing students include;

Rosie Huang (results included seven grade 9 and two grade 8)

Shayan Shaikh (results include six grade 9 and four grade 8)

Hitesh Srikantha (results include six grade 9 and three grade 8)

Harriet Tuck (results include four grade 9 and four grade 8)

Alvin Jaison (results include four grade 9 and four grade 8)

Brandon Tuttle (results include four grade 9 and three grade 8)

Abdullah Farrukh (results include four grade 9 and three grade 8)

Those students achieving at least one grade 9 are –

Lydia Burton - 3

Isabel Harner-Borley  - 1

Maddi Dawson – 1

Agnes Laukyte - 3

Jacob Tivey - 1

Megan Smith – 1

Joseph Pembery - 3

Hima Dony - 1

Loreta Paliakaite - 1

Megan Tarry – 3

Erin Williamson - 1

Josh Gallacher - 1

Lauren Greengrass - 2

Puthenpurackal Gautham - 1

Wesley King - 1

Areej Khatri – 2

Hollie Williamson – 1

Sam Manesh - 1

Paul Latay – 2

Holly Perryman – 1

 

Nikki Rastogi – 2

Abbie Rose – 1

 

 

In Maths and English, 60% of students achieved the standard pass of grade 4.

Executive Headteacher, Andy Johnson said “This is a fantastic set of results for our students. The new GCSE set a new standard and I am so pleased that our students and staff have risen to this challenge”.

Chair of Governors, Roger Livesey said “Springwood places a high emphasis on academic study alongside its excellent extra –curricular offer. It is great to see so many students achieve so well”.