GCSE Results 2019Posted: 22nd August 2019
Students and staff at Forest Hall School are today celebrating as the GCSE results are released.
A total of 80 per cent of students achieved a grade 4 – a pass nationally – or higher in English – compared to 74 per cent last year.
All students at the school achieved a strong pass in the separate sciences and 60 per cent of students achieved the top grades of 8 and 9 in textiles.
In maths, 57 per cent of the cohort achieved the national standard of grade 4 or higher.
Top performing students this year include –
- Head girl Amarni-Jai Newman: textiles 9, history 9, English language 8, English lit 8, maths 7, separate science 788, geography A, French 8
- Tommy Collins: computer science 6, separate science 788, English language 6, English literature 8, Spanish 6, history 7, geography 6, maths 8
- Alice Rogers: English language 7, English literature 9, maths, 7, combined science 76, French 5, history 8, art C, geography B
- Laura Smetisko: English language 6, English literature 6, sociology 6, separate science 566, history 6, art 6, NCFE health and fitness Merit
- Thomas Knight: combined science 55, English lang 6, English literature 5, history 6, maths 5, sociology 4, resistant materials C, geography B, home cooking skills Pass
- Skye Wicks: English language 5, English literature 6, combined science 54, textiles 9, art 5, NCFE business Merit, NCFE health and fitness Merit, maths 4, PE 4
Kayleigh Trainor, assistant head responsible for achievement and outcomes, said: “As a school, we are incredibly proud of our students and what they have achieved in their summer GCSEs.
“They worked incredibly hard throughout Year 11, attending study clubs and Saturday schools; their exceptional attitude towards their learning has helped them to secure a wonderful set of results.
“I wish all of our students the very best of luck in their post-16 journey.”
Success also went to students entered early for GCSE examinations in Year 10 and 9. Students at Forest Hall School complete up to two option GCSEs in Year 9 or 10.
Top performing students include –
Year 10 (sat English Literature a year early)
- Tia Akers: English lit 7, photography 9
- Tommy Brown: English lit 7, sociology 4
- Tabitha Tidiman: English lit 6, geography 7, Spanish 8, music 7
- Jacob Gibson: English lit 7, Spanish 6, history 5
- James Garrett: geography 7
- Poppy West: photography 7