Rosebery School is celebrating superb GCSE results with 88% of students achieving 4+ in English and Maths, and 74% achieving 5+ in English and Maths. 48% of grades were at grades 9-7 (the equivalent of the old A*/A), 30% of grades were at 8-9 (old A*) and 30 students achieved grades 7 – 9 in every one of their subjects, including Katerina Elger and Ellie Watson who achieved 9s in each of their 10 subjects.
Also achieving exceptional results were Emma Brady, Rachel Brewin, Amelia Casciani, Rachel Child, Natalya Elger, Amaya Lawson-Fernandez and Scarlett Turner who all achieved 8 grade 9s, Molly Bailey, Monica Kitchen and Ashlyn Lam who achieved 7 grade 9s and Lara West, Ruth Hindmarsh and Martha McRobb who achieved all grade 9s and 8s (the equivalent of the old A* grading) in all of their exams.
Headteacher Ros Allen said ‘We are thrilled that our students have achieved such exceptional results collectively and individually. This cohort of students sat more exams than any other year group before them, and we should not underestimate the pressures that this placed upon them. They have risen to this challenge superbly and we are incredibly proud of them all. These results also reflect the tireless support and hard work of all the staff at Rosebery to whom I am very grateful.’
A LEVEL EXAM RESULTS 2019
Rosebery School is delighted to announce another set of exceptional A Level results today. 1 in 3 grades were at A and A* and 15 students achieved A* and A grades in every one of their exams, including Mae Evans (A*A*A* A), Alice Rothwell (A*A*A*) Leana Greenstein (A*A*A), Anabel Hindmarsh (A*A*A), Muskaan Rizvi (A*A*A), Ciara Sirkett (A* A* A) and Sophie Watts (A*A* A). Overall, 80% 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 ‘A Level examinations are rigorous and challenging and remain the gold standard for students across the country. We take great pleasure from another set of excellent results, which reflect the dedication of our students and staff and which, once again, have ensured that our students have been able to take up the fantastic university and employment opportunities that they fully deserve.’
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