Press Release - GCSE Results
Phenomenal Effort Rewarded for Students at Maiden Erlegh School
This year’s Year 11 cohort have showcased an incredible work ethic in pursuit of their goals, with many students rewarded with amazing grades to be proud of. Their tireless effort and dedication to their studies has really paid off, and our students have much to celebrate. As a school, we are tremendously proud of all of them and wish them all the very best on their chosen path.
Paul Gibson, Headteacher, said ‘I am extremely proud of the achievements, of all our students, here today. Their resilience and dedication has taken my breath away, and I am delighted to join in the celebrations and see so many of our students enjoying their success. We must remember that this is the first cohort of students severely impacted by the pandemic that have returned to normal grading distribution, which makes these achievements even more remarkable.’
Maiden Erlegh School are thrilled to share that we have achieved our best set of ‘normal’ results in many years with 33% of students achieving a grade 7-9 (A*/A in old currency) in English and Maths, 76% achieved a 5 or better in English and Maths, representing an 11% increase on 2019 and 86% achieved a 4 (old C) or better in English and Maths. Our average grade was just above a grade 6 which is a phenomenal achievement by this group of young people. Well Done Class of 2023!
Paul Gibson added, ‘I would also like to congratulate our Year 10 cohort, who sat their GCSE RE exam, on their brilliant results. A huge well done!’. Over half of the cohort achieved 9-7, more than three quarters achieved 9-5 and almost 85% achieved 9-4. A fantastic achievement from our Year 10’s.