Another successful year for Clevedon

Clevedon School GCSE results day: Katie Grinyer (9A*, 3A), Arran Elcoate (9A*, 2A, 1B) and John Bran

Clevedon School GCSE results day: Katie Grinyer (9A*, 3A), Arran Elcoate (9A*, 2A, 1B) and John Branch (5A*, 7A) - Credit: Archant

YEAR 11 pupils and staff at Clevedon School celebrated an outstanding set of GCSE results on Thursday.

Clevedon School GCSE results day: Jason Fisher, Max Haydon, Kieran Innes and Warren Taylor

Clevedon School GCSE results day: Jason Fisher, Max Haydon, Kieran Innes and Warren Taylor - Credit: Archant

The figure for the number of pupils gaining at least five A*-C grades including English and maths increased to 65 per cent and the school continues to see improvements in individual subject figures, with some topics achieving 100 per cent A*-C grades for the first time.

Clevedon School GCSE results day

Clevedon School GCSE results day - Credit: Archant

Headteacher John Wells said: “I am very proud of the hard work and commitment shown by the students during their time at Clevedon School.

“The school has a very positive ethos and provides an outstanding environment for students to develop and take on significant responsibilities.

“The rise in performance mirrors the tremendous developments at the school which were recognised by Ofsted.


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“There are a significant number of students who have overcome various barriers to be part of the school’s celebrations and we are thrilled for them.”

Some of the school’s highest achievers included Helen Norman who gained nine A*s and four As, Arran Elcoate and Elizabeth Ford both with nine A*s, two As and one B and Katie Grinyer who gained seven A*s, three As and one B.

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John Branch achieved five A*s, six As and one C and Emily Park gained three A*s and nine As.

The GCSE figures also show significant levels of progress made by all students since Key Stage Two across the ability range.

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