The Cotswold School announced another year of remarkable GCSE results in 2019.
- 82% of students achieved the benchmark of five or more 9-4 grades, including Mathematics and English
- 35% of all grades were 9-7
- 34 students gained grades 9-7 in eight or more of their GCSEs
- 45% of students achieved the EBacc Award, which represents achievement in the most rigorous GCSE subjects. This 45% result is well above the national average and continues the success rate of students studying and achieving the EBacc at The Cotswold School.
Mr Morgan, Principal said, “At a time of huge change in the GCSE syllabus and examinations*, our ethos, ‘the pursuit of academic excellence and individual achievement within a caring community’, could not be truer this year. We believe each individual can achieve, and should have an opportunity to do so and I am delighted for so many students who have shown real resilience and sheer hard work to gain well deserved and outstanding awards. This year’s set of results truly reflect our school-wide commitment to teaching and learning excellence and our dedication to the individual. Well done.”
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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