A pleasing set of GCSE results
In a period of change and reform to GCSEs, Bryanston pupils have performed admirably in this year’s exams.
Pupils have worked incredibly hard and, with support from their teachers, have achieved a set of pleasing results. There were strong performances across a breadth of subjects, including Biology (98.1% A*-B), Chemistry (92.6% A*-B), Physics (92.6% A*-B), Further Maths (90.9% A* Distinction-B), Music (85% A*-B), Design and Technology: Resistant Materials (83.3% A*-B), History (80.9% A*-B), Fine Art (78.9% A*-B), Art 3D (78.6% A*-B) and Maths (76.2% A*-B).
At an individual level, 38 pupils achieved an A* or A in six or more subjects. Of these pupils, ten achieved straight A*/As, including one pupil who gained 12 A*s and another with 11 A*s.
The Head, Sarah Thomas, commented, “Although GCSEs are going through a period of change, they still form the bedrock of success in the sixth form. I am delighted that, with these results, Bryanston pupils can go on to the next stage in their studies, whether A level or IB, with confidence. Well done to them all!"