At RGS Dodderhill, year-on-year our small class sizes and the excellent teaching means that we achieve outstanding results. 2021 was no exception. With over 16 subjects on offer, our pupils do exceptionally well in the core subjects, but also Languages, Music, Fine Art, and others. Many of our pupils then continue their studies in Sixth Form at RGS Worcester.
GCSE 2021 News – RGS Dodderhill students achieve gold standard GCSE results
Year 11 pupils at RGS Dodderhhill are celebrating their excellent GCSE results at the end of another disrupted year because of Covid-19.
Proud Headmistress, Sarah Atkinson, was delighted with the results.
She said: “Our Year 11 girls have worked exceptionally hard, despite the goalposts constantly being moved over the past 12 months.
“They have faced every step of the process with determination and displayed fantastic resilience. I am immensely proud of each and every one of them.”
Amongst those celebrating today are Esther and Millie who achieved 14 level 9s between them with all other grades in the 7 to 9 bracket.
Both girls have achieved academic scholarships to their chosen sixth form, Esther will transition to RGS Worcester, while Millie takes up a place at Greshams Boarding School in Norfolk.
Bella V and Alice P are congratulated on achieving grade 9s in music. Bella also achieved a Grade 9 in Fine Art having been offered an Art Scholarship at RGS Worcester next year.
Three Year 10 pupils, Rosie C, Natasha S and Isabel D also achieved this highest grade in Fine Art – they will move into Year Eleven ready to undertake Graphic Communication GSCE next summer.
Sarah added: ‘‘I am confident our girls are ready for the exciting challenges that lie ahead in sixth form and we all wish them every success.
“Most girls will transition to RGS Worcester for their final two years of study, others have secured their sixth form of choice.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank the dedicated teachers at RGS Dodderhill who have provided such fantastic support and encouragement during the girls’ journey through school’.”