GCSE Results

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Posted on / August 12th 2021

Broxbourne School is celebrating pupils’ excellent GCSE examination results.

Amongst many outstanding performances were Giuseppe Giardina, Laura Hammond, who Nehara Ranpura Dewag, Ben Roberts, Natalie Xholi achieved 11 highest grades; Molly Arnold, Luca Barone, Kayden Best, Millie Byrne, Ellie Demetriou, Nazli Dursun, Christina Evangelou, James Fuller, James Garcia, Adam Glover, Tatiana Gomes, Elizabeth Hodgson, Robin Jamshidi, Jemimah Kamau, Sophia Lilley, Rida Mahar, Sofia Marino, Isabella McGregor, Ivanna Ogbomo, Aaron O’Grady, Evelyn Pope, Julia Slezak, who achieved 10 highest grades; Ailey Anderson, Giovanni Ferro, Holly Foster, Jessica Lee, Chloe Lock, Mia McGregor, Morolake Osibogun, India Rollason, Leo Sagal who achieved 9 highest grades; Sienna Baffa, Neeve Bishop, Zackery Bowman, Molly Boxall, Sabrina Davies, Connor George, Oscar Paton, Amber Williams, Jeliah Yango, Lucie Zulstra who achieved 8 highest Grades.

Paula Humphreys, Headteacher, congratulated pupils, staff and parents. “These exceptional results reflect pupils' hard work, outstanding teaching and the support of parents.”

Below are some quotes from students:

Charlie Davis achieved two 4 grades, three 6 grades, four 7 grades and two 8 grades. He said "I feel happy; I've achieved my goals. I revised hard". He will now be doing A levels in maths, chemistry and History and hopes to go on to University.

James Garcia achieved four 8 grades and six 9 grades.He says that  "I feel good and maybe my grades were a little bit better than expected. I revised a lot!" He would advise future students to "work hard and revise". He will now be doing A levels in Geography, Chemistry and Music and aims to go on to university.  

Jeremiah Kitson achieved two 4 grades, a grade 5, a grade 6, a Distinction in media B tech and a Merit in Business Studies. He said "I'm happy that I got the grades I need to go to college". He will now go on to study electrical engineering at college.

Aaron Laskor achieved grades of two 8 grades, four 7 grades, three 6 grades and one 4 grade. Aaron said “I am pleased with my results. I want to thank my family and friends for how we have supported each other”. Aaron will now go on to study A Levels in Maths, Geography and Economics.

Sophia Lilley achieved eight 9 grades and two eight grades. She said “I would really like to thank all my teachers, my family and particularly my friends. We have all really supported each over the last year when at times it has been hard.” Sophia will be going on now to study for A levels in Psychology, Chemistry and Biology and would like eventually to go into medicine.

Niamh McKelvey acheived two 5 grades, two 6 grades, four 7 grades, a grade 8 and a grade 9.She said "I am really happy and in shock. My hard work paid off and I would like to thank all of my teachers. I feel nervous and definitely excited to start A levels". She will now be doing A levels in maths, English Literature and Economics.

Evelyn Pope achieved grades of two 9 grades, three 8 grades and seven 7 grades. She said “I would like to thank all my teachers who have helped me reach my potential. These grades are even better than I’d hoped for and I couldn’t have done it without their support and that of my family.” Evelyn will now be going on to study Drama, Art and English Literature and hopes eventually to go into the performing arts.

Lucie Zilstra achieved five 9 grades, five 8 grades and two grade 6s. She described herself as “really happy with my results. I want to thank all my teachers particularly Miss Marshall who really believed in me. I also couldn’t have done it without the support of my family.” Lucie will now be doing A levels in Biology, Psychology and French and hopes to go on eventually to study Zoology or Marine Biology at university.