The Cotswold School is once again celebrating with this year’s set of results from the GCSE students, with nearly 80% of students achieving 5 or more A* to C grades including Mathematics and English, 58% Ebacc and 34% A* and A.
Mr Morgan, Principal comments, “Sheer hard work, dedication and our School-wide commitment to excellence has resulted in a set of results to be proud of. I am delighted for so many students who have shown such commitment to their studies.”
He continues, “With our Ebacc figure of 60% and 34% of grades being at A*/A we continue to strive for, achieve and celebrate excellence at The Cotswold School. This is what a great comprehensive can do. It can stretch the most able and give them the top grades and create opportunities for all to build on and achieve great things. With their excellent achievements today, our young people have options – doors have been opened for them, especially as the vast majority will be welcomed into our outstanding Sixth Form in September!”
On The Cotswold School’s outstanding GCSE results Mr Edwards, Vice Principal explains, “Our GCSE curriculum and outstanding teachers have provided a solid foundation during a time of considerable change in the educational landscape. We are extremely proud of our pupils and thankful for the tremendous support of our parents in helping to deliver these terrific results – a day of celebration for all concerned!
To view the Performance tables website from the Department of Education, please click here.
Included in this link is the Progress 8 Score and Attainment 8 Score from the previous year. The latest results and destinations will be published once all the remarks have been received.
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In GCSE, 76% of students achieved 5 or more grades at A* to C including grades 9-4 in English and Mathematics. Well over a third of all GCSE entries were the top A/A*/7/8/9 grades and 58% of students (more than twice the National average) achieved the EBacc Award, which represents achievement in the most rigorous GCSE subjects.