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50% of all GCSE grades were awarded at 9-7, and just short of 90% at 5 or higher. The school’s focus is on every single boy or girl achieving the best results of which he or she is individually capable.
In a quite extraordinary year for so many reasons, Wycliffe’s GCSE results highlight the incredible progress made by its pupils. From a cohort which was wide-ranging in ability were many superb individual performances, reflecting the pupils’ hard work and dedication to their studies over the two years of their courses.
Whilst nearly 50% of all grades were awarded at 9-7, and just short of 90% at 5 or higher, the school’s focus is on every single boy or girl achieving the best results of which he or she is individually capable, whatever that might be in terms of grades.
Among the top performers, who richly deserve their rewards, were Henry from Gloucestershire with ten Grade 9s, Ella from Surrey, with nine 9s and one 8, Georgina of South Gloucestershire, with seven 9s and three 8s, and Josia from Hong Kong, with seven 9s and two 8s.
“Perhaps more than ever, this year’s GCSE and A Level results’ announcements have reminded us that what truly matters are not big-picture, whole-cohort statistics but rather what the results demonstrate about every individual involved and whether those individuals have been fairly rewarded and recognised for their talent and their hard-work during the past two years and more. On that basis, as I review today the results secured by each of the 90+ Wycliffians in Year 11, I am truly delighted at the academic progress that so many of them have made during their time with us and the pride in themselves and their achievements that I hope they are feeling in response.”