2018 GCSE performance information is not yet available and will be posted here once available.
As we do not have previous year’s performance data for GCSEs due to our recent age range change conversion, data from previous years is not available.
Some highlights from this year’s GCSE performance are below:
THOMAS ESTLEY HIGH FLIERS
SEVENTY individuals among our students achieved at least one Grade 7-9, so at least one A-A* grade under the old grading system – well done to our large group of very high fliers! Although the most important thing is to do your best, whatever your ability, the amount of hard work needed to achieve these high grades in the new, more rigorous GCSE examinations this year means that they should all be very proud of their achievement.
EIGHTEEN students achieved at least five A-A* grade equivalent – the new grades 7-9, with some achieving up to nine or ten grades at this level. Congratulations to these students who are Aaron Baker, Alexandra Allwood, Taylor Cave, Amy Cooper, Amy Cunnold, Alex Doughty, Charlotte Edwards, Thomas Watson, Mollie Green, Demi Flannagan, Emily Jackson, Eve Kelly, Eleanor Matkin, Evelynne Mercer, Sophie Perrett, Finley Pryde, Jenny Ralph and Lucy-Anne Webster. We hope that you continue to scale the heights as you move on to your next challenge.
FANTASTIC FIFTEEN ON CLOUD NINE!
We are absolutely delighted with the achievement of our students, who obtained a fantastic number of top grades in this summer’s exams. A very small percentage of students in England obtain a grade 9, which is a new grade aimed at the very highest of those who traditionally got A* grades in the old marking system. Here at Thomas Estley, FIFTEEN of our young people got at least one grade nine, in a range of subjects including English, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Double Science, History and Religious Education.
A massive well done to Hannah Boffin, Taylor Cave, Amy Cooper, Charlotte Edwards, Demi Flannagan, Eve Kelly, Eleanor Matkin, Elijah Njoroge, Holly O’Reilly, Sophie Perrett, Thomas Powell, Finley Pryde, Jennifer Ralph, Jack Taylor and Thomas Watson. We are really proud of your hard work and achievement. Special congratulations to Jennifer Ralph, achieving a stunning SEVEN GCSEs at grade nine!