GCSE high performance continues in 2014
86% of boys secure 5 + A*-Cs including English and Maths !
With 86% of pupils securing 5 A*-Cs including English and Maths in their GCSEs, Gunnersbury continues a trend of high performance for our Year 11 boys !
33% of all GCSE grades were A*and A
30% of boys attained 5 or more grades A*and A
56% of boys gained the English Baccalaureate
All of these phenomenal results are set against a national picture where the top grades A*-A dropped to 21% and grades A*-C (including English and Maths) held steady at 69%. WIth a national debate taking place around 'traditional' academic subjects, Gunnersbury boys' results in English, Maths, Science and Modern Languages have all risen, bucking the national trends :
92% of boys gained grades A* to C in English Language
86% of boys secured grades A* to C in Maths
99% of boys secured grades A* to C in Additional Science
96% of boys secured grades A* to C in Further Additional Science
92% of boys secured grades A* to C in French
100% of boys secured grades A* to C in Spanish
We are extremely proud of our boys’ outstanding GCSE results, and are particularly delighted with the exceptional showing in the traditional core academic subjects. Our boys continue to perform superbly in these core subjects, assuring the academic rigour and breadth which the very best universities demand.
In addition to all boys attaining grades A* to C in Spanish, boys sitting DT (Graphics) and Music all secured grade C or higher.
There are numerous individual success stories. Amongst them, 30 boys, all of whom achieved 8 or more A* and A grades : Marcin Andrysiak, Joshua Beaven, Aiden Brook, U-krit Chaemwinyoo, Caesar Choueiri, Daniel Chow Tick Cheung, Dylan Coll-Read, Aleksander Cvijanovic, Harry Davies, Baptista de Noronha, Mikey Gearty, Kobe Guttierez, Ibrahim Hachem, Maksymilian Hadys, Edward Hermans, John Igboanugo, George Illsley, Ermyas Kubrom, Jakub Kurczab, Sam Magee, Daniel Malinovski, Arthur Morgan, Albie Nesbeth, Joseph Okusaga, Paul Phelan, Konrad Szkoda, David Resfamariam, Tristan Thompson and Connor Winzar.