Chichester High School For Girls and Chichester High School For Boys
GCSE Press Release August 2016
- Positive on all the new Progress Measures
- 30% students with all Top Grades
Our students at the new Chichester High School today celebrated a day of above national progress in their GCSE results. The students at Chichester High School for Boys and Girls achieved extremely well in this year’s GCSE results with many students achieving a whole string of top grades, including our outstanding Head Girl and Deputy Head Boy from this academic year, Amber Busuttil-Reynaud and Jasper McGarry.
Both are joining our Sixth Form to study A-Levels with us.
Students who have also attained the highest grades are:
The names are not in any specific order.
- Connor Cruicks
- Sam Dukes
- Ben Enticott
- Matthew Hall
- Thomas Hodgson
- Christian Jarjat
- Bailey Manoogian
- Benedict Robinson
- James Taylor
- Molly Baker
- Jasmine Quarterly-Brown
- Lydia Cronin
- Georgina Burgoyne Morris
- Polly Dinnage
- Bella Fenton
- Alice Ford
- Betty Gao
- Megan Geall
- Freya Grant
- Georgia King
- Kayleigh Marsh
- Emily Mill
- Mabel Rice
- Amy Rock
- Ashia Sadler
- Georgia Shears
- Madeleine Smith
- Charlotte Southern
- Anna Taylor
- Chloe Turner
- Victoria Wallis
This year the new performance measures for schools are different and our Progress 8 measure for for both our boys and girls is very positive. Students continued to achieve highly in English and Maths with 65% of girls and 55% of boys achieving a combination of both, key to moving onto further education. The students will now go on and enrol into our Sixth Form and local Colleges.
Executive Headteacher Yasmin Maskatiya said, ‘We are all so excited for the young people who have worked very hard to achieve these results. It has been a pleasure teaching them over the past few years and we look forward to their continued success in the Sixth Form. Thank you to their teachers and parents for all their support and guidance.
These results combined with the very satisfying A-Level achievement this year means that we have a really positive and encouraging start to the new Chichester High School in September.’
Chichester High Schools: GCSE Press Release August 2015
The two High Schools are now united under a single Executive Headteacher, a single Leadership Team and a united Governing Body. It is appropriate and exciting to be issuing the first joint GCSE press release about the achievement of the two schools.
This being the first year that a joint statement has been released is also the year when both schools have broken records in what the students have achieved.
Chichester High School For Boys very impressively gave its best performance to date with 69% of its students gaining 5+good passes including English and Maths. The performances in English especially being some of the best in the country for boys.
Yasmin Maskatiya, Executive Headteacher said, ‘These are exceptional and well-deserved results for both schools and gives us a fantastically strong foundation on which to build for the future as we prepare to unite the two schools into one - providing an exciting and outstanding educational experience for the young people of Chichester and the region.’
80% of students at the end of key stage 4 achieved the expected level of progress between key stage 2 and GCSE English.
66% of students at the end of key stage 4 achieved the expected level of progress between key stage 2 and GCSE mathematics.
13% of key stage 4 students achieving the English Baccalaureate.
Chichester High School For Girls has achieved its equal best performance of 73% 5+A*-C including English and Maths. This is a major landmark in the school’s continuing rise in performance over recent years. It was only in July of this year that it was awarded ‘Outstanding’ judgements in every category; following on from this, the school produced an excellent set of GCSE results which endorses entirely the exceptional report soon to be published on the OfSTED website.
79% of students at the end of key stage 4 achieved the expected level of progress between key stage 2 and GCSE English.
73% of students at the end of key stage 4 achieved the expected level of progress between key stage 2 and GCSE mathematics.
41% of key stage 4 students achieving the English Baccalaureate.
Click here for the report from the Chichester Observer.
We are proud of all of our students’ achievements and congratulate them all but students gaining the top grades were:
Eleanor Pendle: 10 A*s, 1 A, a B in AS Additional Maths and a Distinction in BTEC PE
Hillary Keyamo: 9 A*s, 2 As and a C in AS Additional Maths (Head Girl)
Chloe Mulkern: 7 A*s, 5 As (Deputy Head Girl)
Jessie Brown: 7 A*s, 5 As
Belle Ransom: 6 A*s, 6 As, 1C and a C in AS Additional Maths
Maddie Angell 5 A*s, 6As, 1B
Lauren Fulcher 4 A*s, 5As, 3Bs
Yasmin Cooper 1 A*, 8 As, 3Bs (GB Ski Team)
Katie Bamber: 3A*s, 8A’s, 1B and a Pass in BTEC PE
Amelia Burley: 4A*s, 8A’s
Milly Curd: 1A*, 8A’s, 1B, 1C
Hattie Elkington: 1A*s, 10A’s, 1B
Emily Gifford: 3A*s, 8A’s, 1B, 1C
India Marsh: 2A*s, 7As, 2Bs, 1C
Betsy Marshall: 5A*s, 6As
Maisie Montagnon: 4A*s, 6As, 2Bs
Isabelle Reeder: 1A*, 8As, 3Bs and an A in AS Additional Maths
Lara Wiggins: 2A*s, 7As, 2Bs, a Merit in BTEC PE and a C in AS Additional Maths
Jack Longden: 5A*, 6As
Ben Morrison: 10 As
Joss Edwards: 3 A*s, 7 As
Alwyn Ebsworth-Davies: 3 A*s, 7 As
Jack Stride: 1 A*, 7 As
Alex Wiseman: 7 As
Ben Hewitt: 1 A*, 6 As
Wei Chin: 7 As