GCSE results: Gable Hall maintain high standards

GABLE Hall students celebrated a 60% pass rate in 5 or more subjects including English and Maths GCSEs. 76% of students achieved a C grade or above in English. 75% of students achieved 5 or more any GCSEs at grades A* – C. This is an improvement on 2015.

A spokesperson said: "These results are of course provisional and are currently subject to a few appeals. We are hopeful that this figure will rise in due course. The percentage of students with 5 or more A* – G passes stayed at 98%. Significantly for our inclusive ethos, this year as last year, every child (100%), left Gable Hall School with a qualification. Just under 20% of our students scored an A* or equivalent in at least 1 subject.

"At least 50% of our students gained 10 or more GCSE A*- C passes, with 36% achieving the prestigious Ebacc qualification (A* – C in English, Maths, 2 Sciences, History or Geography and an MFL – a suite of 6 subjects). This sets them fair for a university career or a high quality apprenticeship.

Twelve departments posted results above 70%. Our biggest improvements were seen in Maths, Physics, English & English Literature, RE, Geography and Citizenship.

The average number of GCSEs only per student rose to 10.8 this year up from 10.5 last year.

Amongst the very many outstanding individual student performances were:

Jake Hillion 5A*s, 4As, 5Bs

Danielle Vizer 5A*s, 4As, 5Bs

Emily Wood 4A*s, 9As, 3Bs

Daniel Wheeler 4A*s, 4As, 4Bs

Sophie Bourne 3A*s, 9As, 2Bs

Hannah Wellard 2A*s, 12As

Lianne Kellett 2A*s, 9As, 3Bs

Liam Argent 2A*s, 7As, 4Bs

Bethany Bristol 2A*s, 7As, 3Bs

Jade McCabe 1A*, 12As, 1B

Harry Horne 1A*, 7As, 5Bs

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