Prince William School is celebrating another set of fantastic GCSE results today.
The school’s results are above those achieved in 2019, a significant achievement for students and staff as this year’s grade boundaries have returned to the pre-Covid standards of 2019.
The results also show the attainment 8 (average grade) gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged students is smaller this year than in 2019.
Today’s results show:
- 75% of students achieved both English and Maths at grade 4 or above (up from 72% in 2019)
- 52% achieved both English and Maths at grade 5 or above (also 52% in 2019)
- 21% of all grades were grade 7 or higher (up from 20% in 2019)
Among the school’s highest achievers this year are:
- Hannah Wilson - Eight grade 9s, and two grade 8s
- Alyona Berry - Eight grade 9s, a grade 8, and a grade 4
- Oscar Hunt - Five grade 9s, three grade 8s, a grade 7, & an A for Additional Maths (L3 course)
- Libby Hudson - Four grade 9s, three grade 8s, two grade 7s, and a grade 6
- Angus Lee - Five grade 9s, two grade 8s, a grade 7, a grade 6, & an A for Additional Maths (L3 course)
- Emma Vogt - Four grade 9s, two grade 8s, three grade 7s and a grade 6
- Ruby Deegan - A distinction*, four grade 8s, and five grade 7s
- Rory Wykes - Three grade 9s, two grade 8s, two grade 7s, a grade 6, and a B for Additional Maths (L3 course)
- Anna Clinker - Six grade 8s, two grade7s and two grade 6s
- Reece Wilkinson - Three grade 9s, two grade 8s, a grade 7, three grade 6s, and a grade 5
- Pritvi Sharma - Two grade 9s, four grade 8s, three grade 6s, and a grade 5
Headteacher Elizabeth Dormor said: “I would like to congratulate all our Year 11 students on their amazing results. They have demonstrated superb resilience throughout the disruption of lockdowns in the early part of their Key Stage 4 courses and they should be very proud of their results. I would also like to thank all our fantastic staff for their hard work and the support they have given our students.
“I wish all our students the very best of luck in their next steps, whether they are continuing their studies with us in the sixth form or choosing another learning or vocational path.”