GCSE Results August 2017

Our students have risen to the challenge and have produced impressive results in the new GCSE exams.

This was the initial assessment of headteacher Jed Whelan at Sir Frederic Osborn School.

GCSE Results 2017

The headteacher continued ;

Year 11 students are the first cohort to face the tougher English and maths GCSE curriculums introduced in September 2015. The two subjects are the first to crossover to the nine-to-one grading scale, replacing the A*-G system which is being phased out over four years.

We are delighted that these results reflect some outstanding performances by our students and these included

Trisha Ajesh with 7 A grades, three 7s, and 1 B
Regan Carolan with 1 A*, 3 As, two 8s, one 5 and 3 Bs
Anna Fuller  with 2 A*, 5 A, two  8s, one 7 and 1 B
Mollie Hall with 6 A, two 8s, one  6 and 2 B
Nathan Hill with 5 A, two 7s, one  6, 2 B and 1 C
Lily-Beth McNally with 1 A*, 6 A, two 6s, one 5 and 1 B
Satvika Sinha with 3 A*s, 2 As, one 9, one  7, one  6 and 3 B

We are delighted for our students who have worked so hard to achieve these wonderful grades. Students have every right to be proud of their achievements. I would like to praise  the staff of the school who are always prepared to go that extra mile to help students and have seen their efforts and dedication rewarded in the happy faces of our students.  We also acknowledge the support given to the students and the school by their parents and carers. The results are a culmination of great deal of teamwork.’