Even better GCSE results at Queen Elizabeth’s School
STUDENTS and staff at Queen Elizabeth’s School in Wimborne are this year very pleased with the examination performance at GCSE level, with over two thirds of all students gaining 5+ A*-C grades, which is a further improvement on last year. Every single student who took an examination achieved a pass grade, with an increasing number of the year group gaining the very highest grades.
The school has maintained its commitment to academic excellence by retaining a strong focus on traditional qualifications and students achieved particularly well in Mathematics, Triple Science and Languages and students taking GCSE English Language attained 86% A*-C. There was exceptional achievement in Art, Drama and Music reflecting the school’s ArtsMark Gold status along with outstanding achievement in Physical Education.
As ever, some students excelled by achieving top grades. Exceptional performances at the highest level in GCSE were achieved by:
Sam Raudsepp – 10 A*
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Ella Jenkinson – 9 A*
Rebecca Beeson – 8 A* and 3 A
Edward Evans – 7A* and 3 A
Maya Ambasna - 6 A* and 5 A
Michaela Dale - 6 A* and 4 A
Emily Brown - 5 A* and 5 A
Deputy Head teacher Tim Farrer commented: “I am very happy with these results. They form an excellent foundation for even further success in the future. I and the school take pride in being fully comprehensive and we celebrate the achievement of every single student, whether it is the excellence of top grades or the fantastic attainment of individual potential in gaining GCSE passes through sheer effort and commitment. This is down to the hard work and commitment of students, teachers and parents, not only at QE, but also at all our First and Middle Schools, and I sincerely congratulate and thank them.”