Excellent GCSE results for Nailsea School

Megan Brown, Sara Broderick, Kirsten Pring and Fran Lovegrove.

Megan Brown, Sara Broderick, Kirsten Pring and Fran Lovegrove. - Credit: Archant

NAILSEA School is celebrating after students received excellent results in their GCSEs.

Caragh Knight, Chloe Dowling and Megan Clifford.

Caragh Knight, Chloe Dowling and Megan Clifford. - Credit: Archant

Ten students achieved more than nine GCSEs at A* and A grades this year, with 57 per cent of pupils receiving five A*-C grades, including maths and English.

Rohan Weekes, Christopher Corlett and Jack Andrews.

Rohan Weekes, Christopher Corlett and Jack Andrews. - Credit: Archant

Overall, 70 per cent achieved five A*-C grades.

Robbie Riddicks and Charlotte Green.

Robbie Riddicks and Charlotte Green. - Credit: Archant

Annabel Hancock, Abigail Sudol, Laura Turner, Flossie Howe, Zack Ayliffe, Lorna Clarke, Elliott Boll, Jessica Paul and Erin Silvester passed all their GCSEs at the top grades.

Ting Dong, Amy Lindley and Alex Geaney.

Ting Dong, Amy Lindley and Alex Geaney. - Credit: Archant

Despite the toughing exam grade boundaries, 73 per cent of students scored A*-C grades in maths and 78 per cent were given A*-C marks in English literature.

Zoe Morgan, Annabel Hancock and Noah Pring.

Zoe Morgan, Annabel Hancock and Noah Pring. - Credit: Archant


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In the BTEC exams, 40 per cent of grades were equivalent to A*-A marks.

Michael Marks, Zack Ayliffe, James Ham and Garion Wakley.

Michael Marks, Zack Ayliffe, James Ham and Garion Wakley. - Credit: Archant

Chair of governors, Sally-Ann Hancock paid tribute to the students and staff who have helped them achieve such good results.

Nathan Shipway, Joe Fry and Elliott Boll.

Nathan Shipway, Joe Fry and Elliott Boll. - Credit: Archant

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She said: “Our record of success means that parents and students alike can be confident that Nailsea School will deliver the outstanding education required to succeed in the increasingly competitive university and employment market.”

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