Students are celebrating some fantastic GCSE results.
The Radclyffe School students celebrated some fantastic results as 49% of students achieved 5 or more A*-C grades including English and Maths. The results in Maths were the best the school has ever achieved with 73% of students achieving A*-C grades, well above the national average.
The headline data were:
• 51% of students achieving 5 or more A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and Maths
• 85% of students achieving 5 or more A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent)
• 52% of students achieving 8 or more A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent)
• 95% of students achieving 8 or more A*-G GCSEs (or equivalent)
There were some exceptional individual performances with Emma Helm topping the list with 8.5 A* grades and one A grade. Emma told David Dimbleby from BBC TV’s Question Time last year that she wished to go to Oxbridge and then eventually become Prime Minister. With her clutch of A* successes she has laid the foundations to achieve her ambitions.
Reza Ul Haque was our highest achieving boy with 13.5 GCSEs, 6.5 A* and 5 As.
Headteacher Hardial Hayer said, “We are delighted with some fabulous results our students have achieved. We are proud of their success as their dedication and commitment over the past five years have been richly rewarded. At The Radclyffe School we continually strive to challenge all our students to reach their potential and we congratulate and salute them this morning on their individual success stories and wish each of them every success for the future.”
Mr Jim Greenwood Chair of Governors said, “Congratulations to the students, staff and parents of The Radclyffe School. The unfaltering dedication of everyone involved has been reflected in their well-deserved success.”