Clevedon School

Clevedon School

Students achieve excellent results at GCSE!

Clevedon School students are celebrating success in today’s GCSE results, with pass rates again well above national average.

Figures across the board have increased this year, with the measure of 5 A*-C including English and maths showing an increase of 10%. Not only is attainment higher but the grades achieved show a significant level of progress made by students over their time at the school.

Our students have worked extremely hard to achieve these results and should be very proud of their success. They now take their next steps into the future with an excellent foundation enabling them to pursue their chosen pathway of study at a higher level or as they enter the world of work.

Headteacher John Wells commented, “We are delighted with the achievement and progress of all our students, and today is a day to celebrate all their hard work and achievements over the last two years. I am very proud of the dedication and commitment the students have shown, and the positive working relationship with staff which has produced such excellent results.”

Notable academic performances with all grades at A*/A came from: Harriet Allgrove-Ralph 7A*/4A, Lucy Bushrod 7A*/4A, Hannah Payne 2A*/9A and Adam Warren 4A*/6A. Students who achieved at least 10 A*/A grades as well B grades include Billy Blackall 3A*/7A, Georgia Dash 7A*/3A, Anna Hardcastle 6A*/4A, Simone Elrick 3A*/8A, Christopher Parkhouse 1A*/9A, Daniela Watson 3A*/7A and Rebecca Zikking 6A*/4A.

Headteacher John Wells added, "All members of Clevedon School are extremely proud of these achievements. Students have been able to enjoy their 5 years at the school and have experienced a wide range of activities and opportunities to take leadership roles in a strong community-based school which supports students, whatever their starting point. I am delighted that so many of our students will now go on to study at Clevedon School Sixth Form which will provide them with further personalised learning pathways and a strong platform to make further choices at 18."