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Results 2015

NEWS  20.08.15  -  GCSE results day at Beverley Grammar School, Queensgate, Beverley.  Students with their results.  From left are, Will Thompson, 16 and Charles Webster, 16.   Picture: Jack Harland Prints can be ordered from www.thisisphotosales.co.uk/hullandeastriding or telephone 08444 060 910
NEWS 20.08.15 – GCSE results day at Beverley Grammar School, Queensgate, Beverley. Students with their results. From left are, Will Thompson, 16 and Charles Webster, 16. Picture: Jack Harland
Prints can be ordered from www.thisisphotosales.co.uk/hullandeastriding or telephone 08444 060 910

GCSE

This year we are delighted to see the highest ever value added score for all groups of students.

In particular, Mathematics saw their best ever results with a stunning 86% of students gaining C grade or above.

Highlighting our progress across the board, 16 other subjects, showed percentage success rates exceeding 80%.  There have been massive improvements in MFL where, over the three languages taught, over 95% of the boys gained a pass, 33% of these at grade A/A*.

English Literature results remain excellent at 84% A*-C, with English Language at 70% A*-C.

Our thanks go to the students, staff, parents and governors for all their support and hard work.

A Level

We are pleased to have another set of very good A Level results.  Both girls and boys have performed very well.   The pass rate is 99% with almost half of grades awarded being at A*-B.  In addition students who have pursued vocational qualifications have achieved highly.

We would like to congratulate all our students; their hard work has certainly paid off.  Their results reflect the determined and sustained effort they have invested.

There have been some superb individual results with Oliver Hulme achieving 4 A* grades and Alex Borthwick and Sam Burton  achieving 4 A grades.  A further 3 students, Callum Blake, Toby Brown and Hannah Waters achieved 3 A or A* grades.

We again have a successful Oxbridge entrant with Oliver Hulme reading Natural Sciences at Cambridge University.  A number of students will also be studying medicine or dentistry at their chosen universities.

Sharon Japp & Gillian Todd
Beverley Joint Sixth Form

Photographs: Hull Daily Mail