Highest ever GCSE results

Brookvale Groby’s highest ever GCSE results

I would like to give my warmest congratulations to our GCSE students who have received Brookvale Groby’s best ever results today.

Against a backdrop of unprecedented change and much tougher exams in English and Maths our students have done extremely well. I would like to thank parents/carers and staff for their support and hard work during this turbulent time.

It is hard to draw comparisons between the year groups due to the changes in grading for English and Maths from A*-G to the new 9-1 system. This cohort however have achieved results which are higher than any previous year group. Nearly three quarters of our Year 11 students achieved at least 5 GCSEs at grade C (or 4) or above including English and Maths.

Please click here to see some of our brilliant students celebrating their success.

We are extremely proud of all our students but a few of our highest performers are listed below:

  • Student with the most progress – Rhea Uppal
  • Top performing female student – Ella Munn
  • Top performing male student – Nayan Mistry

The top 11 students (based on average point scores) are:

  • Ella Munn
  • Olivia Riley
  • Nayan Mistry
  • Raveen Sagoo
  • Henry Woodall
  • Imogen Wilson
  • Charlotte Lane
  • Rhea Uppal
  • Finley Armitage
  • Fay Harvey
  • Sarah Burnham

Thank you to parents and carers for their unwavering support during the busy revision and exam period.  Your family support is absolutely central to the students doing so well; these are your grades too!

My thanks and appreciation goes out to our staff who make it possible for the students to achieve these grades from the moment they start on campus in Year 7.

For any students who are staying to continue their studies at Post 16 please remember that the details for signing on have been sent out to you prior to the summer holiday. If you are unsure about what you are doing please contact the Post 16 team. Staff will be on campus from Tuesday 29 August and Post 16 sign on day is Wednesday 30 August. Year 12 studies will commence on Monday 4 September at 8.40am.

Robert Coles