Students have been praised for ‘wonderful’ GCSE results at Bishops’ Blue Coat Church of England High School in Boughton, Chester.
No fewer than 87% of its Year 11 students achieved at least five A*-C GCSE grades, with 64% attaining five A*-C, including English and maths and 26% of students’ GCSE grades were either A or A*.
Highest performing student at the Vaughans Lane school was Megan Chester, who achieved 12 straight A* grades.
Other outstanding results included:
Jane Allan (10A* and 2A)
Jeremy Kerr (8A* and 1A)
Charlie Gomersall (7A* and 4A)
Sian Jones (7A* and 4A)
Hayley Bee (6A* and 5A)
Michael Rossmueller (5A* and 5A)
Laura Davies (5A* and 4A)
Elliot Goodwin (4A* and 7A)
Nicole Aubery (4A* and 6A)
Rayhanneh Saboonpaz (4A* and 6A)
Rosie Miles (4A* and 5A)
Jack Ninnes (3A* and 4A)
Jasper Capper (2A* and 7A)
“These are wonderful results”, said headteacher Justin Blakebrough, “a credit to all our hard-working students and teachers.
“We are particularly pleased that our provisional ‘value added’ score is our highest ever and well above average, showing that all students at Bishops’, whatever their background or ability, can thrive and make excellent progress.
“Congratulations to all those who are collecting their results this week.”
Our celebration of GCSE success
We would like to celebrate the success of individual students in next week's Chronicle.
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