Students at St Peter’s School have achieved “another stunning set of GCSE results this year”, the school reports today.
With 46% of results at grades 9 and 8 (A* equivalent) and 69% grades 9 to 7 (A*/A equivalent), there is much to celebrate. Altogether 98% of results were awarded grades 9 to 4 (A* to C).
Eleven pupils achieved a clean sweep! They got ten or more grade 9s and 8s. And 29 pupils were awarded ten or more grades 9 to 7.
Ben Dunsmore and Tom Storey both earned 11 grades 9 to 8 and will be taking four A Levels each in September.
Two pupils scored an impressive 12 GCSEs each, all at grades 9 to 7 including top grades in Greek and Further Maths. All pupils who have achieved ten or more grades 9 to 8 will be appointed as Honorary Academic Scholars when they begin their Sixth Form studies.
Headmaster Jeremy Walker said of the results:
I am so proud of all of our GCSE results and congratulate everyone on their success. These pupils have worked hard for the past two years to achieve these grades.
I am looking forward to welcoming them back next month to begin their A Levels and further their academic achievement, whilst they continue to enrich the school in sport, music, drama and other co-curricular activities.
I would also like to thank the teachers and all of the other staff who have dedicated themselves to achieving these results and who nurture and care for our pupils, ensuring they go on to the next stage of their school life with a happy, healthy and balanced approach.