Outstanding Success for Bishop Gore School pupils!
Pupils at Bishop Gore School have once again produced outstanding GCSE results with over 61% of Year 11 pupils achieving at least 5 A*-C GCSE grades including English and Mathematics. This is a significant 10% rise from 2018.
Year 11 pupils at Bishop Gore School have been rewarded for their hard work by achieving fantastic results again this year. Some of the amazing highlights include:
• Over 75% of pupils achieved A*-C grades in English
• Over 21% of pupils achieved A*-A grades in Mathematics
• Over 96% of pupils achieved A*-C grades in Triple Science
• 40% of pupils achieved A*-A grades in Physics
• Over 73% of pupils achieved A* - C grades in Welsh Full Course
• Over 80% of pupils achieved A*-C grades in the following courses; Computer Science GCSE, Drama, Geography, Media GCSE, Music, RS, Sport Studies and Travel & Tourism
• 84% of pupils achieved the Skills Challenge Certificate at grades A*-C
• Over 95% of the 216 Year 11 pupils achieved the equivalent of at least 5 GCSE qualifications at A*-G grade this year
14 students achieved at least ten of the top A* or A grades, 25 achieved at least 7 of these top grades and a magnificent 39 pupils achieved five or more A* or A grades across a range of subjects.
The Headteacher, Mrs H. Burgum commented:
"Everybody associated with Bishop Gore School is proud and delighted for the pupils that achieved 5 GCSEs at A*-C grade including both English and Mathematics. We are also particularly pleased that all our pupils gained a recognised qualification and nearly 100% of our 216 pupils achieved at least 5 GCSEs at A*-G grades again this year. The number of pupils attaining the highest grades (A*-A) is a credit to the pupils and staff. These results demonstrate the hard work of the pupils and the excellent relationships that exist between them and our committed staff who are relentless in their effort to provide our learners with the best opportunities to achieve their full potential. We are all very proud of the pupils at the school and look forward to working with them as they enter our highly successful sixth form."