Congratulations to our amazing Year 11s – who can celebrate some outstanding GCSE results. You smashed it!

Your hard work and determination has paid off and you have truly fulfilled The Grove’s ethos to be the best that you can be. You should be very proud of your achievements.

Pass rate of 93%

153 Grade 9s – 15% of all grades (breaking a school record!) 

18% of pupils got 9 or more 8/9 grades

35% of pupils achieved at least 6 high grades (7 or better)

70 students gained at least one top grade (7,8 or 9) 

89% of pupils achieved 5 or more GCSE passes, including English and Maths.

Individual success stories include:

Charlie Wright attaining a ‘perfect’ set of results with grade 9 across all of his qualifications.

Our other top performers, with numbers of top grades (8/9 – old school equivalent of an A* ) in 10 subjects were Ellen Dawes, Lucy Hanson, Anna Jarvis, Melissa Ng and Fran Tartaglia.

A special mention also goes to the following students…..

Lily Edwards, Amy Lawrenson, Caitlin Marshall, Tilly Raj and Eimer Treanor  -who got 8/9 in 9 Subjects.

Isla Bagshaw, Amelia Cooper, Eilidh Molloy, Daniel Morgan, George Rayner, Ayomide Solaru, Maria Speed, Barnaby Steere and Scarlett Swinney – who got 8/9 in 8 Subjects.

Congratulations to you all – and to every single one of our Year 11s.We are so proud of you and can’t wait to see what you achieve next.

And a message from our Headmaster, Mr Lockwood:

I am immensely proud of each and every one of our GCSE pupils – as are our staff, who have dedicated themselves to ensuring each student realises their full potential. Whilst all our pupils achieve and contribute so much in many different fields during their time at the Grove, it is marvellous to see their academic efforts rewarded. I am thrilled that they have achieved such excellent GCSE results, with grades of which they can be proud and that are a fair reflection of their hard work and conscientious approach. A special mention should be made of those pupils for whom academic achievement comes less easily; whilst we celebrate the superb results of our academic high flyers, we are equally as proud of these students, who have risen to the challenge like true Grovians. Well done everyone!

Congratulations Year 11s – we look forward to seeing some of you in The Sixth Form at The Grove in September!

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