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The Charter School

North Dulwich

Pupils at The Charter School North Dulwich celebrate outstanding GCSE results

Pupils at The Charter School North Dulwich are today celebrating their GCSE results.

  • 82% of all students in Year 11 at the school gained a standard pass or above in both English and Maths (grade 4 to 9)
  • 67% gaining a strong pass in both English and Maths (grade 5 to 9)
  • 44% of all GCSEs gained by Year 11 pupils at the school this year were graded 7-9
  • 42% of pupils achieved at least five GCSEs graded 7-9
  • 49% of pupils gained the English Baccalaureate  
  • 68% of pupils gained at least one GCSE with a grade 7-9

Headteacher Christian Hicks said today; “We are extremely proud of our Year 11 students for their perseverance and commitment to excellence over the past two years that has led to these fantastic results. We are also very grateful to our teachers and support staff, as well as to parents and carers, for their hard work and support which has led to these positive outcomes for our pupils.” 

Overall, the results were very positive and included several notable individual performances based on the grades they achieved and the progress they made whilst at The Charter School North Dulwich:

Sahar Abedipour who gained 10 GCSEs, 9 at grade 9 and one grade 8

Sarah Challen Flynn who gained 10 GCSEs, nine at grade 9 and one grade 8

Florence Hopkin Monk who gained 10 GCSEs, including eight at grade 9 and two at grade 8

Bilal Ceesay who gained 10 GCSEs, including one at grade 9 and four at grade 8

Cristabel Amankwaa-Tonto who gained 10 GCSEs, including six at grade 9 and three at grade 8

Purdey Burton who gained 11 GCSEs, including six at grade 9 and five at grade 8

Ryan Cheung who gained 9 GCSEs, including two at grade 8 and one grade 7

Meredith Woodcock who gained 10 GCSEs, including six at grade 9 and three at grade 8

Mark Simmons who gained 10 GCSEs, including six at grade 9 and two at grade 8

Lois Stanley who gained 10 GCSEs, including six at grade 9 and three at grade 8

Peter Farias Lema who gained 9 GCSEs, including one at grade 8 and two at grade 7

Stella Steed who gained 10 GCSEs, including six at grade 9 and three at grade 8

Liam Winning who gained 10 GCSEs, including six at grade 9 and three at grade 8

Amber Forrester who gained 10 GCSEs including five at grade 9 and five at grade 8

Sandro Papava who gained 9 GCSEs, including five at grade 9 and three at grade 8

Rosa Goodman Fleischmann who gained 9 GCSEs, including four at grade 9 and five at grade 8

Emmanuel Lenkiewicz who gained 9 GCSEs, including five at grade 9 and three at grade 8

Will Amadi who gained 10 GCSEs, including one at grade 9 and seven at grade 8

Ebony Vaughan who gained 8 GCSEs, including four at grade 7

 

There were significant achievements in grades gained across a range of subjects at GCSE:

Subject

% Grade 9-4 or equivalent

Maths

82

English Language

86

English Literature

88

Biology

100

Chemistry

100

Physics

100

History

87

French

88

Spanish

82

Mandarin

100

Latin

93

Art

98

Citizenship

94

Design and Technology

83

Engineering

85

ICT BTEC

88

Drama

82

Economics

83

Business BTEC

94

Music Technology

100

Music

89

PE

86

Sport & Leisure BTEC

100

 

 

This year sees the majority of GCSE subjects publishing results with the new grading system of 1-9, where a 9 is the highest grade. This replaces the old A* - G system of grading GCSEs and aims to allow for more differentiation among top performers, with fewer grade 9s being awarded that the old style A*.