Examination Results 2018
Progress 8 Score 2018: 0.57
Attainment 8 Score 2018: 53.03
Chailey School is once again very proud to announce an incredibly strong set of GCSE results. An amazing 25% of our students achieved at least 5 grades 7-9. In old GCSE terms this is at least a grade A in at least five subjects. Over 30% of all grades awarded were at grades 7-9 and 82% were at grades 4-9. In total 14 subjects achieved over 80% grades 4 and above (equivalent to the old GCSE grade of C). 100% of students received at least a grade 4+ in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Greek and Drama with 90% achieving at least a grade 4 in English Language and Resistant Materials.
74% of students achieved at least a grade 4 in at least two sciences and 44% of students achieved the full English Baccalaureate (at least a grade 4 in English, maths, two sciences, a language and geography or history). Of the 114 students who studied a Foreign Language, 80% of those achieved a grade 4 or above.
There were a huge array of stunning individual performances and there is simply not space to mention them all here. However exceptional performances came from:
Katherine Joyce who achieved 10 grade 9s and a grade 8 as well as an A* with distinction in Further Maths
Andreea Alexa who achieved 9 grade 9s, 2 and2 grade 8s and an A* with distinction in Further Maths
Eleanor Lomas who achieved 7 grade 9s, 4 grade 8s and a grade 7 and an A* with distinction in Further Maths
Reuben Hayward-Brown who achieved 4 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s and 5 grade 7s
Harry Knighton who achieved 7 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s and a grade 7
Achieving a grade 9 at GCSE level means gaining almost full marks in all papers. In total Chailey School students secured 78 grade 9 passes.
The school wishes to congratulate all of the students for their fabulous examination grades. These are the result of the hard work and positive attitude of the students, and their help and care for each other, as well as the support and dedication of staff and parents.
Chailey School wishes all students the absolute best as they confidently go about finding their places in higher and further education, and in the world.
Please click this link to performance tables, where you can compare the exam results of schools: https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/compare-schools
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