RGS Worcester has today announced some of the strongest GCSE results in recent years with 59% of all grades at A* or A and 97% of grades at A* – C.
John Pitt, Headmaster said:
“I am delighted with our very strong GCSE results, which are even better than last year and the best for at least three years. Many congratulations to the RGS pupils who have performed so well despite the challenges of the GCSE reforms.”
“In the light of our excellent A Level results and our GCSEs today, I would like to thank the pupils and staff for their hard work and commitment and congratulate them on what has been a superb academic year for RGS Worcester.”
There were many exceptional individual performances from pupils who have demonstrated hard work both in and outside the classroom. Imogen Sinclair achieved 11 A*s, whilst displaying a huge commitment to sport both at school and on the national scene.
Imogen is in the England Under 16 Football team and plays for Aston Villa; she is an England Under 16 Rounders’ player and a national champion with the RGS team, and she plays tennis at County level. Felix Haynes achieved 10A*s whilst also competing in Debating at national level, winning the Cardiff University Schools competition despite being only 16 years old. He was winner of the Worcestershire Branch finals of the ESU Public Speaking Competition and runner up in the Worcestershire Young Poet Laureate competition.
59.1% of all grades were A* or A (or numbers equivalent)
96.8% of all grades were A*-C (or numbers equivalent)
92.2% of pupils achieved a 5 or above in English and Maths
97.4% of pupils achieved 5 or more GCSEs at grade 4/C or above including English and Maths.