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GCSE Exam Results 2022

The Henry Beaufort School is celebrating superb results with individual subjects that are either in line or above the grades published for the last set of externally marked exams in 2019.

Core subjects achieve the following results at grade 4 or above:

Maths 83%

English 84%

Science 80%

Pass rates for triple science were 95% at grade 4 or above. 56% of the year group took triple science, meaning they sat the three individual disciplines of chemistry, biology and physics. Triple science better prepares students for the rigour of Science A level courses because of the more challenging content, so well done to the 106 students who took this course and did so well!

A particular well done to Alice, Hayden, Olivia, Daisy and Katie who gained grade 9’s in all three separate disciplines of triple science.

Well done to Alice, Hayden and Olivia who each attained 9 GCSEs at grade 9 and Daisy who attained 7 GCSEs at grade 9 and Jasmine who attained 8 GCSEs at grade 9.

Other notable subject achievements at GCSE grade 4 or above:

German                90%

Spanish                 98%

French                   85%

Art                         93%

PE                          92%

Music                     89%

Drama                  89%

Food                      86%

Photography        85%

Literature             83%

History                  80%

Computing            80%

Sue Hearle, Headteacher said, ‘This has been another outstanding year for the school. There has been so much press speculation about these results and the unnecessary labelling of students as the ‘lost’ generation.

This is not a ‘lost’ generation, this is a generation who are showing us the way forward. These results demonstrate their determination and resilience. This has been a hard-won success story for our students, and we are so proud of not only what they have achieved but how they have worked to achieve these superb results. We all have a lot to learn from the commitment they have shown and the way in which they have refused to use covid and lockdown learning as an excuse.

Thank you too to all my colleagues who have supported our students through the last two years going above and beyond to make up for lost learning time in school. I feel privileged to work with such dedicated colleagues.

 Well done Year 11, you are superb role models for us all.’

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