Hampshire Collegiate School (which will be known as Embley from 1 September) is reporting another remarkable year of GCSE results, despite the qualifications becoming more challenging under the new GCSE format. This comes after the school reported its best set of A Level results in history.
The school continues to see a sustained increase in top GCSE results overall with 90.8% of pupils achieving GCSE grade 4 and above (A*, A, B or C) and nearly one in three (31.1%) of grades at 7 and above (A*, A). GCSE Sciences have yielded excellent results with 75% of Biology students achieving 9-7 grades (A*, A) and almost two thirds (63%) achieving grades 9-7 (A*, A) across all Separate Sciences. 67% of Photography pupils and 58% of History pupils achieved 9-7 (A*, A).
“We are immensely proud of our pupils. Achieving these results requires a team effort: hard work and determination from our pupils, dedicated support and exceptional teaching from our staff and parent commitment. This is an impressive achievement from an excellent group of students who have great futures ahead of them,” said Cliff Canning, Headmaster.