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GCSE Results 2018

23 August 2018

St Peter’s Church of England VA School in Exeter GCSE Exam Results 2018

Students at St Peter’s Church of England VA School in Exeter are once again celebrating their excellent GCSE results. Chair of Governors Bindu Arjoon said, “We are delighted that our focus on outstanding teaching and learning continues to provide strong results for students, enabling them to build foundations for exciting and aspirational futures.”

Initial analysis indicates that at least 77% of students achieved the new harder to achieve 9-4 grading
in English and Maths.

Early information suggests St Peter’s have performed well above the national expectation of students gaining strong grades in both English Language and Maths. Significant successes also came in 9-7 grades (the equivalent of the old A/A*) in Music with 65%, Physics with 54%, Biology with 45% and in Chemistry with 42%. French, Humanities, PE, Art, Food and Statistics also appear to have fared extremely positively under the new tougher measures and we look forward to further comparative data.

Exceptional progress has been made by many students, amongst the students making the most notable progress are Jack Knightley, Sera Shiju, Alvaro Cuartero, Morgan Baitup, Gareth Roebuck, Katie Bovis, Izzy Lock, Ruby Brewer and Lucas Coveney.

Some of the other stories of success are:
Eleanor Kerr and Josh Nicholas both attaining eight grade 9s and one grade 8
Hannah Quinn – seven Grade 9s
Anna Vukusic – six grade 9s and one grade 8

Headteacher Phil Randall said, “I am so pleased for the students, their parents, carers and the staff. GCSE’s are always a challenge but this year has seen so many additional challenges with significant changes in what is being studied and the new even harder grading system. Therefore what has been achieved by St Peter’s Church of England VA School students and staff is even more encouraging. The results reflect the fantastic commitment of our students and staff who work closely in partnership with our parents, carers and governors. Our relentless focus on teaching and learning and building the resilience of our students continues to improve their experiences and outcomes.”