GCSE Results 2019
Staff and students at Teddington School are celebrating excellent examination results at Key Stage 4.
88% of English grades and 86% of Maths grades were graded at a standard pass (Grade 4), with 81% of students achieving this in both.
81% of students achieved a standard pass in 5 or more subjects AND 35% of all results were at a Grade 7 or above.
We are incredibly proud of our students and the results are testament to the hard work of both students and staff, their perseverance, determination and the resilience they have demonstrated throughout the challenges of the reformed GCSEs.
Kathy Pacey, Headteacher, said: "I am so proud of year 11 students and what they have achieved this year. It was not an easy year but they have upheld all the values here at Teddington and their hard work has paid off. 79% students are A level ready following this year’s results and Teddington School has achieved a progress score of +0.47.
Teddington students have achieved the high grades, with 35% of all results awarded at a grade 7 or above. There are some fantastic individual grades. Congratulations particularly needs to go to Eve Berry, Maya Bertacche, Amy Busset, Benjamin Craig-Sharples, Emily Fletcher, Cara Gillham, Zachary Gravatt, Eleanor Kirkland, Summer Lee, Evie Moffatt, Nana Montgomery, Hannah, Patel, Oscar Reynolds and Georgia Rubino who all attained grades 7, 8 and 9 in all of their subjects.
There are some really fantastic department results, but a particular mention must go to Biology, Chemistry, Maths, Music, Physics and Textiles. 81% of all grades awarded were a grade 4 or higher."
|14 students achieved all grades 7, 8 and 9:|
|Eve Berry, Maya Bertacche, Amy Busset, Benjamin Craig-Sharples, Emily Fletcher, Cara Gillham, Zachary Gravatt, Eleanor Kirkland, Summer Lee, Evie Moffatt, Nana Montgomery, Hannah, Patel, Oscar Reynolds and Georgia Rubino|
|49 students achieved 8 or more grades 7, 8 and 9:|
|Amelie Munday, Amy Busset, Amy Duffin, Archie Dobson, Ashley Redding, Benjamin Craig-Sharples, Cara Gillham, Cara Parsons, Cerys Haines, Charlotte Whiteman, Eleanor Copping, Eleanor Kirkland, Eliza Dunington, Emily Fletcher, Esme Parsons, Ethan Spencer, Eve Berry, Evelyn Moffatt, Freya Bullock, Georgia Dickinson, Georgia Rubino, Hannah Patel, Harvey Jeffrey, Isabella Bridge, Isla Woolf, Joseph Bryant, Joseph Kirk, Katherine Breaks, Kristin Rado Barr, Lily Miller, Lucas Pflicke, Mae Parsons, Mark Ashley, Maya Bertacche, Nana Montgomery, Olivia Whittam, Oscar Reynolds, Phoebe Head, Polly Hancock, Poppy Agarwal, Reese Bolton, Ruby Rudkin, Samuel Carter, Sophie Wallman, Summer Lee, Theo Buczynsky, Victor Griffiths, William Baker, Zachary Gravatt.|
|Summer 2019 GCSE Results Headlines|
|Progress 8 Score||+0.48|
|Attainment 8 Score||57.1|
|Percentage of students achieving a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and Maths||61%|
|Percentage of students entered for the EBacc||50%|
|Percentage of student achieving the EBacc||28%|
|Percentage of students staying in education or employment after KS4||90%|
AS/A Level Results 2019
Staff and students at Teddington School are celebrating another year of fantastic examination results at Key Stage 5, exceeding progress from the previous year. This year we have received an ALPS score of 2 with 1 being the highest you can achieve. This places us in the top 10% of providers nationally.
Kathy Pacey, Headteacher, said: "The results attained by our students once again demonstrate their hard work, commitment and determination throughout the year. They are also testament to the care, support and guidance from a dedicated team of staff. Parents, staff and most importantly the students must be incredibly proud of their achievements, and everyone at Teddington wishes all those going on to university the very best of luck in their next career steps.
Year 12 and 13 students excelled themselves and once again met our high expectations, with nearly all Year 13 students securing their first choice of university. In Year 13, 24% of all A Level entries were graded at A*-A, 54% at A*-B and 81% A*-C. Six of our students achieved straight A*-A and two students straight A*. On average Yr13 students achieved ¼ grade higher than students of the same ability nationally.
Congratulations to Thomas Cotter, Christina Foreman, Willow Rice, Hannah Thatcher, Madeleine Thelu and Ida Thomas who all attained at least 3 A or A* grades.
In year 12, congratulations to Ornella Trombetta and Denys Voloshchuk who all attained at least 3 A or A* grades."
|A* - A Grades||25%|
|A* - B Grades||55%|
|A* - C Grades||81%|
|Level 3 Value Added||+0.24|