GCSE Results 2011

South Wilts Grammar School celebrates a record year of A* and A GCSE results


The numbers of students achieving the very highest grades has reached a record high.  It makes for another outstanding set of results for the 125 Year 11 students.   There was excitement and happiness as a fantastic 92 students got 10 or more A* and A grades.  100% of the year group gained 5 A*- C grades, including English and Mathematics, with every single student achieving great success.   An incredible 87% of the examinations taken were awarded A* and A grades, which is a huge increase from last year’s 84%. 

Four students gained 13 A* grades in all their subjects – Laura Andrew, Florence Powell, Rebecca Prince and Shiffa Shahid.   17 students achieved all A* grades.  A total of 65 students got all A and A* grades.

Headteacher Frances Stratton said, “This is another amazing set of results for the school; students, teachers and parents have every reason to feel proud. The hard work and commitment of the students is exceptional and they deserve this success.”

Frances Stratton

25th August 2011

Created: Thursday, August 25, 2011 | School News Page

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