GCSE Results 2017

King Charles I School GCSE Results 2017

Students and staff at King Charles I School are once again celebrating an outstanding set of GCSE results. The students made outstanding progress across a range of subjects - a truly fantastic achievement, demonstrating the quality of the experience studying at King Charles offers alongside the students’ hard work. We are thrilled that over 69% achieved the new grades 9-4 in English and in mathematics.

Star students Sajida Begum, Jessica Brett, Molly Hanks, Grace Mernagh, Katie Monger, Keira Morris, Kim Rawlings, Rubie Tapsell-Smith, Millie Donovan, Samuel Howard, Daisy Lewis and Charlie Shakeshaft all achieved 5 or more A*-A grades and 9-7 grades in English and mathematics.

Headteacher Stephen Brownlow said:

I am delighted for the students. These results are a testament to the hard work and dedication of the students and staff. Over the last year, it has been a pleasure to see students and staff working together to produce this tremendous achievement. The students deserve credit on their studies and the staff tremendous credit for their professionalism, skill and dedication. I am very proud and particularly as most qualifications are new and in their first year with more challenging content and a different assessment regime.

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Weather update - Monday 11th December

King Charles I School is closed today for all students.

Having undertaken a risk assessment of the school site and surrounding roads and considered the number of staff who are able to travel to school we feel that we are unable to operate as normal today and have therefore made the decision to close the school on Monday 11th December. Please accept my apologies for the disruption caused to you and your family but the health and safety of staff and students is of paramount importance.

Students can access work in the following ways:
▪ Years 7, 8, 9, and 10 students can access work for their different subjects and useful websites such as Doddle and BBC bitesize via Connect (our virtual learning environment).
▪ Year 11 students can access work, practice examination papers for their subjects and useful websites such as Doddle and BBC bitesize via Connect (our virtual learning environment)
▪ Years 12 and 13 students can access work and practice examination papers for their subjects via Connect (our virtual learning environment).

We are planning to open as normal on Tuesday 12th December.