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.
Star students Juliet Martin, Jack Stokes, Joshua Shurmer, Hettie Gough, Peter Heraty, Emily Thomas, Logan Ashdown, Rebecca Swann, Rosie Dearlove, Gorgi Makazliev, Daisy Moore, Daisy Mawby, Jessica Heath, Lauren Chambers and Ryan Cahill all achieved 8 or more grades at 9-7. There were exceptional performances from Juliet Martin (eleven grade 9s), Jack Stokes (six grade 9s, two grade 8s and two grade 7s) and Peter Heraty (three grade 9s, five grade 8s and two grade 7s).
Headteacher Stephen Brownlow said,
I am delighted for the students. These outstanding results are a testament to the five years of dedication and hard work of our students and their teachers. It was great to see so many smiling faces as they picked up their results. At a time when young people are under intense scrutiny and pressure our students are achieving at an exceptional level. This is down to the hard work and excellent behaviour of our students, the high standard of teaching and the excellent relationships between staff and students.
Students and staff at King Charles I School are once again celebrating an outstanding and record breaking set of A Level results as students collected their results on 15th August, proud of the hard work they have put in over their school careers and looking ahead to their university and apprenticeship options to come.
We are thrilled with our students’ results this year in their A level courses-they are our best ever. They are a truly fantastic achievement, demonstrating the quality of the experience studying at King Charles I School offers alongside the students’ hard work.
The top performers included (in alphabetical order): Sajida Begum, Millie Donovan, Harmony Doswell, James Gill, Samuel Howard, Jamie Hughes, Daisy Lewis and Charlie Shakeshaft.
Headteacher Stephen Brownlow said
I am delighted for the students. These record breaking results are a testament to the hard work and dedication of the students and staff. Over the last two years 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. We are pleased to see so many students securing apprenticeships or places at university. I am very proud.