Broxbourne School is celebrating its highest ever GCSE examination results
- 80% of all pupils, achieved the new standard pass of 4 in both English and Maths
- A third of all grades were the highest grades A*/A or 7-9 (English and maths)
Amongst many outstanding performances were Alara Norton who achieved 13 highest grades; Holly Amos, Liam Connolly, Benjamin Duncan, Yasemin Durmus, Kerim Hassan, Abbie McDonald who achieved 12 highest grades; Sofia Ciccarelli, Yigit Copuroglu, Millie Downes, Ellisia Giardina, Kayil Hassan, Emma Howard, Omsin Srimudkul, Jemma Sullivan, Amy Swift who achieved 11 highest grades; Kaylan Ciyiltepe, Lucy Dixon, Rhianna Gander-Green, Eden Kent, Jack Lowe, Lavanya Sountharamoorthy, James Tam, James Thompson, Alex Vinci, Ellie Wilson who achieved 10 highest grades; and Jakub Jurkowski, Felicia Martino, Kori Yusuf who scored nine highest grades
Paula Humphreys, Headteacher, congratulated pupils, staff and parents. “These exceptional results are a tribute to the pupils' hard work, outstanding teaching and the support of parents.”
Quotes from students GCSE results day 2017
Ellie Wilson, who received grades of a 9 in English Language and Literature, a 7 in Maths, three A* grades, four A grades and a B said: “I am very pleased with my results. Next year, I will be staying on at The Broxbourne School to study A-Levels in Chemistry, Psychology, History and German. I am particularly pleased to get the top 9 grades in English”.
Holly Amos received grades including a 9 in English Language, 8s in both English Literature and Maths, seven A* grades, two A grades and a B said: “I feel really pleased! In the 6th form, I’m going to be studying RE, PE and English Literature. I really valued the support I received from my parents and my teachers and would like to thank them.” Holly is staying on in the 6th form next year but has a long-term dream of becoming a professional dancer.