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Outstanding GCSE Results across SES

 The students at both Stamford School (for boys) and Stamford High School (for girls) are celebrating excellent results.

Girls at Stamford High School and boys at Stamford School are celebrating more excellent achievements in their public examinations – this time at GCSE. At both schools students achieved impressively high pass rates at the top grades A* or A, the girls achieving 71% and the boys 55%. There was a record percentage of the top grade, the A*, with one in three of the exams across the Schools gaining this grade.

Principal of the Stamford Endowed Schools, Mr Stephen Roberts said:

"Yet again we are celebrating the outstanding results of our students. We are extremely proud of their achievements and congratulate them and their teachers on this high level of success. It is clear that these results are the outcome of hard work, careful preparation and excellent teaching and will give all of our students every confidence to go on to further success in the sixth form. Coming on top of last week’s first-class A-level results, these provide the culmination of another outstanding year for the Endowed Schools”.

34 students gained 8 A* grades or better. They were:

Daniel Adams

Rachael Allan

Rachel Allerton

Christopher Allison

Molly Atkinson

Joseph Begley

Victoria Braid

Sarah Burley

Laura Burney

Liam Claughton

Arthur Crawford

Joanna Crombie

Soha Damany

Georgina Dowsett

Charlotte Ekins

Christina Farmbrough

Willow Fox

Ismay Fox

Oliver Hall

Josephine Heesom

Sally Hunt

Usama Hussain

Thomas Jennings

Parisa Kanabar

Sarah Matthews

Sylvie McLachlan-O'Hara

Elizabeth Nolan

Elliott Philips

Catherine Phipps

Rebecca Phipps

Edward Thomas

Bo Vergalen

Thomas Wilson

Katie Wood

Joshua Rushby

 

Stamford High School (girls)

Entered 95 students.       

% A*/A grades = 71.4%

% A*-C grades (i.e. pass) = 99%

% of students gaining 5 or more C grades = 100%

 

Stamford School (boys)

Entered 121 students

% A*/A grades = 55%

% A*-C grades (i.e. pass) = 95%

% of students gaining 5 or more C grades = 95%