Rosebery School is celebrating superb GCSE results with 88% of students achieving 4+ in English and Maths, 36% of which were at grades 9-7 (A*/A). 13 students achieved A/A* and grades 7-9 in every one of their subjects.
Students of particular note include Jessica Pascal who achieved nine 9s and 1 A*, Caitlin Daniels who achieved eight 9s and one A*, Elise Elger who achieved eight 9s and 2 A*s, Jessica Neil-Boss and Asia Chudzik who achieved six 9s, Isobel Godley who achieved five 9s and 2 A*s and Gemma Pullen who achieved four 9s and 2 A*s.
Headteacher Ros Allen said ‘This has been a very challenging year, given the breadth of change that teachers and students have had to deal with, often with next to no support from the exam boards. I am thrilled that our students have risen so well to the rigours of these new courses and have achieved such great results, which entirely reflects their positive attitude and dedication. I am also very grateful to their teachers who have worked so hard to deliver these new courses and who should be very proud of the positive impact that they have had on the future of their students.’
A LEVEL EXAM RESULTS 2018
Rosebery School is delighted to announce another set of exceptional A Level results today. A third of grades were at A and A* and 14 students achieved A* and A grades in every one of their exams, including Rachel Downey (A*A*AA), Andrea Mackenzie (A*A*AA) Georgia Hasell (A*A*A), Zoe Glasspool (A*A*A) and Izzy Kinder (A*A*A). Overall 82% of students achieved A*-C grades and these excellent outcomes have ensured that students from Rosebery are once again taking up places on prestigious university courses and on apprenticeships across the country.
Headteacher Ros Allen said that ‘We are thrilled that once again the hard work and dedication of our students and staff have been rewarded by such fantastic results, particularly in the context of the greater rigour and challenge of the new A Level qualifications. We extend our warmest congratulations to our students for whom, most importantly, these results mean that they are now able to take up exciting opportunities at university, in employment and onto apprenticeships.’
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