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Latest Somerset GCSE results news 2013
Updated 5:25pm Thursday 22nd August 2013 in News
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- Students across Somerset picking up their GCSE results today.
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THE Taunton Academy is celebrating another year of improved GCSE results with outstanding performances in the subjects of science and maths.
Overall 75% of students gained the benchmark standard of five A* - C grades, with 90% of students achieving A* - C grades in two or more sciences despite the national average revealing science had the biggest drop in top grades since new syllabuses were introduced.
High results were achieved in three English GCSEs undertaken by students, although the grade boundary changes that have dominated the national picture of declining English results saw grades for the new combined English course suffer.
Overall grades A* - C in 2013 were achieved by 71% of students in English language, 91% in English literature, and 100% for English language courses taken prior to the 2013 summer exams.
Principal Mark Trusson, said: “We are delighted with the results which demonstrate a clear year on year improvement. The capped point score based on the students' best eight GCSE results and the average point per grade, monitored by Ofsted, has also both increased by two points.
“In science and maths, students have beaten the national average which is particularly rewarding in view of the investment in our new state-of-the-art science block.
“We are sending the results to Ofsted now and we can demonstrate a huge progress in the science and Maths while English remains strong in three of the four courses but a concern in the fourth combined course but that is a national trend.
“On behalf of the entire teaching staff at the Academy, I would like to extend congratulations to all our Year 11 and Year 13 students and wish them the very best for future success whether they are leaving, or continuing to study with us in the sixth form or at university.”
Mr Trusson confirmed that the Academy’s top achieving students received high numbers of grade A* and A at GCSE. Among these students are:
Lina Nottrodt including 6 A*, 6 A (14 A*-C) plus AS level RS and English.
Kathy Bailey including 3A*, 6 A (14 A*- C) plus AS level RS and English.
Jessica Smith including 6 A (14 A*- C).
Niobe Reed including 2A*, 5 A (13 A*- C) plus AS level RS.
Meg Huggins including 2A*, 6A (12 A*- C) plus AS level RS.
Andrew Dumbelton including 1A*, 6A (11 A*- C).
Shannon Hawkins including 4A (14 A*- C).
Ella Uff including 5A (13 A*-C) plus grade A in AS RS.
Eleanore Fowler including 1A*, 5A (11 A*- C) plus AS level RS.
Ben Crome including 1A*, 4A (10 A*- C).
The Taunton Academy is also celebrating its first cohort of A-level results. All students attained three or more Distinction star to pass grades in the vocational A-levels (equivalent to A* to C) and 33.3% attained at least one Distinction.
Pictured are some of the top performers at the school.
Really proud of our #Bridgwater #schools on their #GCSE achievements. Well done @RobertBlakeSc @Chilton_Trinity @Haygrove @Peterelliott3— @FuturesSomerset 22 August 2013
YEAR 11 students at The Castle School have yet again smashed the school record with 80% of students achieving the government primary benchmark figure of at least five A* to C GCSEs including English and Maths.
The school has also beaten its record of students having achieved at least five GCSEs at A* to C with a resounding 94%.
There were some incredible personal performances, with 40% of students gaining at least three A/A* grades.
There have also been a number of students who have achieved high level success in AS results.
In RE for example, out of 16 students, eight achieved a grade A at AS level whilst studying for their GCSEs.
Head teacher Sarah Watson said: “I am delighted for our students; they are such a terrific year group and represent everything that is good about young people.
“This success comes from the hard work and commitment of students, staff and parents working together, and builds on the sterling work done in the primary schools and with our other partners who have contributed to their success.
“We have improved steadily over the three years but this represents a significant step up into the 80% bracket.
“I would like to offer my congratulations not only to our own students here at The Castle School but to all young people in our area.”
@BWMercury @CountyGazette We are delighted with GCSE results - highest grades for the 3rd year running with 88% 5 A*-C grades!— @BrymoreSchool 22 August 2013
QUEEN'S College in Taunton boasted outstanding GCSE results on the back of their top A Level results in Taunton last week.
Nearly half (47%) of all exams were graded A* and A, 75% were A*, A and B and 93% were graded A*-C.
Seven students achieved ten or more A* grades.
Queen's College headmaster Chris Alcock said: “We are fortunate here at Queen's that we have some inspirational staff who excite intellectual curiosity and provide a stimulating and happy environment which is ideal for learning.
“Coupled with small class sizes and attention for individual needs, it is not surprising that students here are able to achieve some pretty impressive results and can take advantage of the exceptional range of co-curricular activities on offer.”
Pictured is Chris Hedges, Shayaan Akhtar and Josh Coglan.
BISHOP Fox's head teacher Paul Scutt defended his school's GCSE results which were down on recent years.
Students achieved 72% five A* to C benchmark this year but Mr Scutt said the performance of students at the top end remained impressive.
He said: “The Government seems determined to make things even more difficult for students on the C/D borderline this year than they ever did.
“The mantra for raising standards seems somewhat perversely to take pleasure in making sure fewer students achieve level two qualifications.
“Once again grade boundaries have been moved up to ensure that pass rates do not improve and borderline students have suffered as a consequence.
“It disappoints me that students each year have to perform significantly better than in previous years in order to achieve the same grades.
“I am delighted for the vast majority of our students who have achieved well this year though I do feel for those who have suffered from changes to the system.”
Mr Scutt said on a positive note, the performance at GCSE of some of their brightest students was very impressive.
Some of the school's best performers were twins Beth and Ruth Jeanes, who both got 11 A*s and one A, Vicky Gregory with nine A*s and three A's grades, Emma Wilkinson and Weronika Kozuch, who each achieved six A*s and five A's and Stephen Li who got six A*s and five A's.
Mr Scutt said: “My congratulations go to all the staff and students who with the support of parents deserve the credit for what our students have achieved this year.”
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HEATHFIELD Community School celebrated its latest GCSE/BTEC results as 98% of students gained five or more GCSE passes with over 92% achieving five or more A* to C grades, 71% including English and Maths.
Head teacher Peter Hoare said: “This is the 13th year in a row that we have exceeded our highest DFE targets.
“To have well over 90% of both our boys and girls achieving at least five higher grades is an astonishing achievement.
“This success could not have happened to a more deserving, committed, enthusiastic group of young people.
“Since Year seven they have embraced all aspects of school life to the full which reflects great credit on their primary schools as well as our outstanding teaching and non-teaching staff.
“They are a real testament to their families and to their year head, Andy Fielding, and his team.”
KING'S College celebrated their success in setting a new record in the crucial A*/A category.
Just over 58% of entries attracted an A* or A grade and in a year group of 90, a remarkable 18 pupils achieved a clean sweep of ten A*s and As.
Four pupils, Helena Winsey, Edward Gibb, Edward Keeling and Joshua Stickland, managed the extraordinary feat of achieving straight A*s.
The 18 who managed all A* and A grades include Tara Bell, Andrew Clear, Gabriel Counsell, Edward Denton, Henry Dufosee, Amelia Fulford, Oliver Fox, John Hall, Annie O'Neill, Madeleine Parr, Bronwen Prosser, Euphemia Smith, Royce Tooth and Sam Underdown.
The Maths results were, once again, particularly strong, with 83% of pupils achieving A*/A/B grades.
STUDENTS and staff at Haygrove are once again celebrating GCSE results that have broken all previous school records.
Some 88% of Haygrove’s students achieved five or more A* to C grades at GCSE, which in itself provided cause for celebration.
However, more than 76% of Haygrove’s students also achieved five A* to C grades with English and Mathematics – surpassing the previous best ever figure by over 11%.
Head teacher, Karen Canham said: “This is testament to the hard work of students and staff who, through a magnificent and sustained effort, prepared so thoroughly for these examinations.
“It is proof that it is excellent teaching and learning that really make the difference. We will continue to do the very best for all our students and are encouraged by these outstanding results.”
She also thanked primary schools in the area for sending the school children who are so eager to learn.
Mrs Canham added: “GCSEs are not appropriate for all students and we are also celebrating our best ever success with those who undertook the Foundation Learning Programme.
“Their achievements are no less significant and will serve to inspire others.”
No fewer than 15 students achieved at least nine A* to A grades and Haygrove’s top performer this year was Amy Kemmish, who gained eleven A*s and one A grade.
“With our ex-students hitting the headlines gaining outstanding grades in their A Levels, we feel that we have established a winning formula for ensuring that Haygrove students leave us equipped to take their place, with confidence, in a demanding world, knowing that they have achieved the best that they can be,” said Mrs Canham.
SAM White and Jamie Jewell from Castle School said they were pleased with their results.
Sam got 1 x A*, 4 A's, 3 x B's, 1 C and 1 D while Jamie also got grades he had hoped for.
CASTLE School students Annabele Lyne, Bryony Gilmore and Katie Lloyd all celebrate their exam results.
BEST friends Daisy Nicholson and Lacey Garland celebrate their results at Bishop Fox's.
Lacey said she was delighted with her 4 x A*'s, 1 x A, 2 x B's and 1 x C.
CHILTON Trinity School in Bridgwater is celebrating record GCSE results – for the first time in their new state-of-the-art building.
Some 68% of students passed five GCSEs at grades A* to C, with 56% achieving five A* to C including English and Maths – the best in the school’s history.
In an incredible year, the school also achieved record results in the number of students achieving A* to C grades in English and Maths.
Around 60% secured A* to C in Maths and 71% achieved the same feat in English.
The results exceeded the school’s targets and head teacher Lesley Greenway said: “I am delighted for our students, staff, parents, governors and the community – this is good news all around.
“We are really pleased with these results and it is just what the students and staff deserved after all their hard work.
“It has been a tremendous year with the opening of the new school building and now our record breaking results.
“There is an excited buzz around the school.”
A high number of students exceeded their targets and secured top grades. Levels of achievement have skyrocketed over the past two years, especially in English and Maths.
The new school will be officially opened on September 10 by legendary explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, 69, who will meet students.
PICTURED from left, back, are Oliver Billington, Will Hester and George Rymell; front, Abi Perry, Jade Clarke, Alice Cambridge and Charlotte Kerr.
ALMOST 33% of students at Wellington School gained eight or more A*s and As with 49% of marks gaining A* or A, nearly 28% above the national average.
Headmaster Martin Reader said: "We tend to focus on the highest achievers, but with every pupil taking at least ten subjects there were over 1,000 entries in this sitting.
"The fact that 94% of grades were C and above demonstrates how hard the entire year worked: we must not forget how difficult it is to juggle so many subjects at once.
"Many students have been with us since reception and the school is proud of their contributions."
In addition, for the last three years the school has taught a cohort of 15 overseas students each of whom takes five or six GCSES in just one year. This year group broke all records, with 62% of grades at A or A*.
The top performers were Alice Cambridge, Konrad Suchodolski (11 A*s), Eduard Arakelyan (10A* and 1A) Twearly Peaster (9A*s and 2As) Katie Gerasmidis (8A* and 2 A grades), Charlotte Chapman, Charlotte Kerr, Tom Le Neve Foster, Sam Peel (7A*s and 3 or 4 As)
Jade Clarke, who gained 5A*s among her string of A grades, did so while managing a heavy sporting schedule.
Jade fences for England and Great Britain and won a bronze medal in the UK Youth Championships.
She said: "It's difficult but when you know you're busy you can manage your time. I wouldn't spend hours in front of the TV.
"My mocks weren't great because I didn't have much time but I'm pleased with what I got in the end."
COURT Fields School in Wellington registered the best GCSE results in its history.
This year, 57% of students got five or more A*-C grades including English and maths - up 15% on last year.
Also, 71% of students gained five GCSEs.
Student Chloe Fenton, who got an apprenticeship in health and social care at Somerset College, said: "These are tears of joy. I wasn't expecting to do very well - I can't believe it."
Pictured above are Emmy Hitchcock, Chloe Fenton, Lydia Blest and George Green.
STUDENTS and staff at Kingsmead School in Wiveliscombe are celebrating a very good set of results.
An impressive 73% of students achieved five or more A*-C grades, 63% achieved five or more A*-C including English and Maths and 97% achieved 5 or more A*–G grades. 33% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate.
Head teacher Mark Griffin said: “I am delighted that so many students have reaped the benefit of their hard work at the school, many have exceeded very challenging targets and now have a very solid foundation for continual academic success.”
The students achieving the highest grades were:
Amber Leach 6A*, 3 A, 3C
Elise Collins 7 A*, 2A, 2B, 1C
Emily Porter 2A*, 8A, 2B
Joe Robinson 3A*, 6A, 2B
Rachel Pearson 3A*, 5A, 2B, 2C
Max Phillips 4A*, 3A, 3B, 3C
Mickey Campos-Ingram 1A*, 5A, 3B, 2C
Aaron Polat 2A*, 6A, 2B, 2C
Connie Barnes 2A*, 6A, 3B, 1C
Ted Beale 3A*, 3A, 5B
Grace Benson 5A, 5B
Carrie Bristow 1A*, 5A, 5B, 1C
Tawny Day 1A*, 6A, 4B, 2C
Eleanor Homer 2A*, 4A, 2B, 3C
Sam Kluth 1A*, 5A, 4B
Estelle Luck 3A*, 7A, 2B
Jake Mason 1A*, 5A, 6C
Jake Norman 5A*, 4A, 2B, 1C
Christie Pearce 2A*, 7A, 3B
Grace Stevenson 1A*, 6A, 1B, 4C
Iesha Thomas 4A*, 1A, 3B, 3C
Molly Jeffs 2A*, 6A, 2B, 1C
IT WAS a mixed bag of GCSE results for students at Robert Blake Science College.
Around 43% of students achieved five A* to C grades in English and Maths, in line with expectations based on students’ Key Stage 3 data.
Head teacher Ann Winter said: “Once again, exam boards have changed the grade boundaries and therefore we are disappointed for some individual students who did not achieve their expected grades.”
Half of students achieved five A* to C grades and 97% achieved five A* to G grades.
High achievers included:
Liberty Pring: three A*/five A/one B/one C
Rebecca Morris: three A*/ three A/one B/one C
James Chin: two A*/three A/ three B
Jessica Kitch: one A*/seven A/one B/one C
Olivia Turner Smith: one A*/five A/three B/one C
Michael Kryzanowski: one A*/two A/six B/two C
Oskar Hanusko: one A*/two A/five B/two C
Matthew Difford: six A/two B
Kayleigh Daniells: four A/five B
Sam Pope: four A/three B/two C
Connor Daniells: three A/ five B
Steven Dalley: three A/four B/three C
STUDENTS at The King Alfred School in Highbridge are celebrating impressive GCSE results – for the third year running.
Despite the “significant turbulence” reported in the national press, 58% of students at the school achieved five or more GCSE grades at C grade or above. including English and Maths.
Head teacher Andy Owen said: “Without any question the changes made by the Secretary of State for Education nationally to make the core GCSE subjects harder are significantly impacting on the school.
“However, we are delighted with these results which reflect the hard work and commitment of the students.
“I’d like to thank our parents, our staff and our partner primary schools that all play such an important role in the education of our young people.”
There were some tremendous individual results, with nineteen students achieving six or more of the highest grades A*/As and distinction*/Distinctions:
Sam Harkness: six A*s/ four As
Niall Francis: four A*s/one Dis*/one Dis
Ruby Barrett: three A*s/seven As
Lucy Cox: three A*s/six As/one Dis*
Sam Cooper: two A*s/six As
Lauren Constance: two A*s/four As
Joe Hester: two A*s/three As/one Dis*
Sophie-Louise Courtney: one A*/nine As/one Dis
Heather McCall: one A*/five As/three Dis
Alice Dymond: one A*/five As/one Dis
Gabby Banks: one A*/five As
Dan Solomon: one A*/four As/two Dis*/AS History
Alice-May Gates: one A*/ four As/one Dis*
Jacob Beard: one A*/four As/one Dis
Eli Windram: one A*/ four As/one Dis
Hannah Dowell: one A*/two As/one Dis*/ two Dis
Matthew Bolitho: seven As/AS History (A grade)
Beth Milward: six As/one Dis
Megan Manley: four As/ two Dis*
Additionally, Alexander Dermanis achieved three A* one year early.
CELEBRATING, from left, are: Kelsey Mackie, Holly Green, Matthew Barker, Edward Griffin, Eleanor Fletcher, Sophie Batts and Molly Davidson.
PHOTO: Candice Dean
A NEW record has been achieved by GCSE students at West Somerset College in Minehead, with 80% achieving five or more A* to C grades, compared to the national figure of 68%.
Overall the college saw 49% of students achieving five A* to C grades including English and maths – in line with last year’s results.
Ten high-achieving youngsters got eight or more A* and A grades, while six others got ten or more.
Matthew Barker is celebrating after seeing his two A*s, five As and three Bs.
He said: “I wasn’t expecting these results – they are much better than I thought they would be, so I am really happy.
“It has been nerve-wracking, but exciting too.
“It means I can carry on at the college next year, when I want to do art, photography, media and psychology.”
His friend Kelsey Mackie, who got eight As and two Bs, said: “I wanted all As and Bs – I have always been happy with my grades, but now I’m even happier.
“I thought I would be a lot more nervous in the run-up to getting my results, but I was actually quite relaxed.”
Meanwhile, Molly Davidson’s impressive results also mean she can continue studying at the college from September as planned.
She said: “I got four A*s, six As and one B, so I’m feeling really happy. I have been so nervous, so this is a huge relief.”
Superstar Edward Griffin will celebrate his six A*s, four As and one B by going on holiday to the Isles of Scilly.
He said: “That is roughly what I was expecting, but slightly better. I wasn’t too worried before today.
“I really enjoy being at the college, so I’m already look forward to starting maths, further maths, physics and design technology AS Levels in September.”
It’s smiles all round for staff too, with 83% of students achieving two or more A* to C grades in science – a 5% increase on 2012 and 30% higher than the national average.
Principal Gaynor Comber said: “I am pleased with the GCSE results that we have achieved this year, bucking the national trend by continuing to maintain the standards of attainment achieved last year.
“We have also improved our performance in core subjects such as English literature, maths and science, again in contrast to the national picture.
“Alongside these improvements we are also celebrating the significant achievement of students in a number of subjects such as business studies and information technology.
“We have, however, been disappointed with our English language results which seem to have been disproportionately affected by changes in grade boundaries at national level. We have requested remarks for 25 students – almost 10% of the year group.
“At the same time we have put a support programme in place for those students whom we believe to be capable of accessing our post 16 provision but who have not achieved the grades expected.
“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all our students and staff for the immense amount of hard work they have put into these results. Parents and carers are also vital to ensuring that students achieve their full potential and also I thank them for their time, energy and commitment to their students.”
. @thecastleschool head Sarah Watson: "We are so proud of every single student. Staff really go the extra mile for each child."— @GazetteDMilli 22 August 2013
Top performers at @tauntonacademy jump for joy after achieving dozens of A*s between them. http://t.co/GIpRo1nm1r— @GazetteDMilli 22 August 2013
TOP horsewoman Romilly Simmons, from Taunton, has not only achieved top marks in her GCSEs (three A, three B and three C grades) she is also a stunning show jumper and horse trainer and is aiming for future Olympic Games.
Romilly, who buys horses from Ireland, trains and then sells them on to fund her riding, qualified two horses for the Horse of the Year Show last year which she bought as youngsters.
Pictured is Romilly recieving her results over the phone from Ireland this morning.
MUSICIAN Chris Hedges, 16, from Taunton, has not only achieved ten A* grades and one A grade in his GCSEs.
The Queen's College student has also just completed his ATCL Diploma on cello receiving a high distinction score of 92%, his Advanced Certificate on piano receiving 90% and is working towards grade eight trombone.
TAUNTON School student Abi McCardy told today how she “proved the doctors wrong” by achieving an outstanding set of GCSE results.
For about year, Abi suffered from the debilitating illness Chronic Fatigue Syndrome which made preparing for her exams – and then taking them – the toughest challenge of her life.
Yet her determination to fight the condition ended in triumph when she discovered this morning that she had achieved five A* and five A grades.
“I never thought I’d get here but made it in the end,” she said.
“I can’t believe I proved the doctors wrong – they said I’d never get through my GCSEs because of the illness.
“I managed to take 20 exams but was sick during them and had a lot of migraines but took each day at a time and did it.”
Dr John Newton, headmaster of Taunton School, said: “This goes to prove what can be achieved by the efforts of a brave and determined young person supported by a caring and highly focused school.
“I am thrilled for Abi because she has huge academic potential. We look forward to seeing all that she will achieve in our Sixth Form here.”
THERE was double GCSE success at Taunton School for the Cooney twins – sons of well-known local couple Robert and Alison.
Henri achieved nine A* grades and one A while Freddie obtained seven A* and three A grades.
The pair are both hoping to become successful chefs and managed to obtain work experience at Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir Aux Quat’saisons restaurant in Oxfordshire.
They are pictured with their proud mum after receiving their results.
TAUNTON School’s headmaster, Dr John Newton, this morning praised his students on their “impressive” GCSE results – coming on the back of outstanding performances at both A-level and the International Baccalaureate.
More than 40 per cent of grades were either A* or A with specific success in DT, Drama, all three sciences, history, French, German, RS, Classical Civilisation, Latin and Mathematics.
Dr Newton said: “Not for the first time Taunton School has bucked the trend in exam results.
“This time, with science results under intense scrutiny after announcements of tougher marking, it is great to see our results improve once more at GCSE.
“Science teaching is key to our success. Our £1-million investment in both facilities and staff in the last four years is certainly paying off.”
Dr Newton added: “I am delighted with the many stories of triumph among our pupils.
“At GCSE we have been in the top five per cent in the country in 11 of the past 12 years for adding value to grades and I see no reason why that trend should not continue.
“I thank the staff for all the out-of-hours support they provide, and congratulate the pupils for all the extra work they have put in throughout their GCSE courses to gain these impressive grades.”
The two top performing students were Elizabeth Merson and Ben Woolstencroft, who both achieved ten A* grades.
TOP performers at Taunton Academy.
CELEBRATING students at Heathfield School in Taunton.
STUDENTS celebrating at Bishop Fox's School in Taunton.
PICTURED with their results at West Somerset Community College in Minehead, are Matthew Barker and Kelsey Mackie.
Matthew, who got two A*s, five As and 3 Bs, said: "I wasn't expecting these results - I am really happy.
"It has been very nerve-wracking, but exciting too."
Kelsey, who got eight As and two Bs, said: "I wanted all As and Bs - I have always been happy with my grades but now I'm even happier.
"I thought I would be a lot more nervous, but I was actually quite relaxed.
"I am staying on at the college to do my A Levels, which is great."
KINGSMEAD School students Max Phillips and girlfriend Emily Porter, who are both going to study at Richard Huish College in Taunton.
Emily said: "I'm really pleased, I was a bit nervous this morning. I'm going to study art, geography, law and English literature."
STUDENTS at Bridgwater College Academy are celebrating today after the school received its best ever GCSE results.
Over 90% of students gained five or more GCSE's A* to C grades, with almost half of these including English and Maths.
A special mention goes to Scott Kilday, who achieved 20 A* to C GCSEs or equivalent, Tyler Miller with 18, Cameron Hampson with 17, Zoe Gathercole 16, Claudia Saturley 16, Lauren Smith 16, Alice Heard 16 and Clayton Payne with 16.
Peter Elliott, executive head teacher, said: “The staff and Trustees of Bridgwater College Academy would like to congratulate all of the students in Year 11 who achieved such outstanding examination results this summer.
“The students, as a result of their hard work and efforts, and as a result of the superb teaching and commitment of all staff, have yet again smashed every record previously set by the school.
“The Academy is extremely proud of all the students who were so dedicated to achieving their best.”
Bridgwater College Academy continues to improve at a rate that is faster than the national average.
SASHA Purchase and Billie-Daisy Fairfax, at Kingsmead School in Wiveliscombe.
Twins Ruth and Beth Jeanes got an incredible 22 A*s between them.
Both girls got 11 A*s and one A.
Celebrating students at The Castle School, Taunton.
Lorraine Clark, deputy head teacher at The Castle School, Taunton
WE will have photographers and reporters throughout the area today, including schools in Taunton, Wellington, Bridgwater, Minehead and Burnham.
Most schools are expecting their students to arrive from 10am onwards.
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