GCSE Results: Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdon

GCSE Results, at Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdon, (l-r) Georgina Leslie, Alex Clayden, and Alex Da

GCSE Results, at Hinchingbrooke School, Huntingdon, (l-r) Georgina Leslie, Alex Clayden, and Alex Dachhs, - Credit: Archant

At Hinchingbrooke School 65 per cent of students achieved 5 or more A*-C grades including English and Maths, improving on last year’s performance by nine per cent.

72 per cent of students earned 5 or more A*-C grades, and 99 per cent of students achieved 5 or more A*-G grades including English, maths and science – the school’s highest ever score in this measure.

Thirty per cent of students achieved the English Baccalaureate.

A total of 27 students scored eight or more grades at A* or A. Another 20 scored at least 5 A* or A grades. Two students secured 11 A* grades each – Bethany Heath and Jordyn Perry. In addition to their A* grades, both girls sat the A Level equivalent maths exam and scored an A grade.

Other students performing extremely well include Joshua Clarke (10A*s, 3As), Lucille Corby (9A*s, 3As), Ashleigh Drakard (8A*s, 3As), Jessica Ng (7A* grades and 6As), Alex Clayden (6A*s, 4As), Jennifer Macey (6A*s, 6As), Lucy Waller (5A*s, 5As), Alex Dachs (4A*s, 8As), Jossie Palmer (4A*s, 8As), and Robert Burton (4A*s, 6As) including FSMQ and GCSE short courses.


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A spokesman for the school said: “We have been delighted with the diligence, enthusiasm and determination exhibited by students in this particular year group, and they fully deserve the excellent results they have achieved and the firm footing this has given them for their future.

“Our sincere and heartfelt thanks to all of our staff who have shown unfailing commitment to helping our students achieve their potential. We would also like to thank the parents of these students for their continued support both of the school and their children.”

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