- A fifth of all GCSEs were top grades 7-9 and 5% were the highest grade 9
- 10% of students achieved at least 8 grades 7 or above (equivalent to A grade)
- In Biology, Chemistry and Physics, more than a third of grades were 7 or above
- In Spanish, 55% of grades were 7 or above
Deniz Clarke who achieved 3 grade 9s, 2 grade 8s, four grade 7s and 3 A*, including a double A* in Further Maths GCSE
Haggerston School are very proud to announce another very good set of GCSE results this year. In the new GCSEs 75% of students have achieved at least a grade 4 (standard level pass) in English, and 57% in Maths. Over 60% of the cohort in English Language or Literature achieved the new, more challenging grade 5 or above.
Haggerston continues to achieve exceptional results for our highest attaining students. 6 students have achieved all A*/A at GCSE or 7-9 in the new GCSE grades. In addition, 19% of students achieved top grades (7+) in English and 16% in Maths, with 8 students achieving the new top grade 9 in Maths, and 3 Further Maths students achieving A**. 50% or more of the cohorts in Biology, Chemistry and Physics also achieved A* or A.
Special congratulations to the following students:
Anna (9, 9, 8, A**, 7 A*s)
Francis (9, 8, 8, 7A*s, 2As)
Lila (9, 8, 8, 4 A*s, 3As)
- 66% achieved 5 A*-C with English and Maths – an increase of 5% on 2015.
- 69% of students gained A-C in English and Maths
- Progress 8 score of 0.33 – on average students achieving close to half a grade above expected progress.
- 24 subjects achieved above 70% A*- C at GCSE with exceptional performances in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Drama and Spanish where 50% or more grades were A*-A.
- 15% of students gained A-C in the EBACC subjects.