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Calday Grange Grammar School

Calday Grange Grammar School

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    Celebrating GCSE success

    Calday Grange Grammar School is delighted to report an excellent set of GCSE results achieved by students at the school. An impressive 96% of the year group achieved 5 GCSE passes at grades A* to C with 96.2% gaining at 5 A* to C grades including English and Maths. The percentage of A*/A grades achieved, at 51.5% are the best results for a number of years. 82.2% of all grades were at A* to B which are the best results for over 5 years. These results represent an excellent year of achievement at GCSE.

    Headteacher  Mark Rodaway said “Congratulations to our hard working students who have done so well to achieve these excellent GCSE results. I am really proud of their achievements across the board."

    The school has become synonymous over recent years for producing students of a high calibre - and this year is no different with 70% of all students gaining 3 or more A* and A grades.

    Four students achieved the highest possible level of 10 or more A* grades, Milo Noblet, Gabriel Cooper, Will Rowan and Cameron Wyke.

    The school also boasts an excellent set of Ebacc results, with 88.04% of those students attaining A*-C in English, maths, history or geography, the sciences and a language.

    Mr Rodaway believes that the results are a combination  of motivated, hardworking students, the hard work and drive of school staff and of course the aspiration of both the students themselves and their parents.

    Following these results it is expected that 90% of the Calday Grange Grammar School students will continue their education at the school studying A Levels, being joined in the sixth form by students from other schools.

    Mr Rodaway added “The Governing Body and I would like to congratulate all members of our school community, including staff, parents and particularly the students for their hard work and determination over the last two years which led to these excellent results and we wish them every success in their post-16 studies.”