GCSE results news

GCSE results news 2018

The GCSE results this year have been reported on the new grade scale which runs from 9 to 1, apart from in Design Technology. 80 per cent of pupils achieved grade 9-4 or equivalent in 5 or more subjects with 69 percent gaining at least 5 GCSEs including mathematics and English Language.

Many of our students celebrated their GCSE achievements last week at Bishop Challoner School in Shortlands. The new top grade 9 and grade 8 included biology, chemistry, drama, French, history, religious education, English Language and Literature.  Congratulations to Lawrence, Martha, Hugo, Rachel and Myles on achieving grade 9 amongst their other grades.  Over half of all pupils studying History and French gained grades 9-7. Our top performers included Hugo and Martha with a high percentage of 9-7 grades among their GCSE results. Asili achieved an impressive number of grade 7s among her 9 GCSE grades.

Headteacher Paula Anderson said, “There are some pleasing results for our students and for the school with some individual success stories. I would like to congratulate the students who have worked hard and thank the staff and parents for their encouragement”.

Bishop Challoner prides itself upon sustaining a nurturing and caring environment for its students and ensuring that they are given the opportunity to participate in a wide range of co-curricular activities.