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Charles Darwin School

Students Celebrate ‘A’ level and GCSE Results Success

I am delighted to report that our Sixth Form students and Year 11 students have again achieved some fantastic results.

This year, despite the complications of the pandemic, the cancellation of the public examinations and the stress and strains of having to provide evidence of their knowledge and understanding via class based assessments, our students achieved some superb results.

This year our Year 13 students achieved:









                  A*-E ( pass rate)


At GCSE the grade distribution was equally impressive:









The overall figures include some outstanding individual performances at both A level and at GCSE.  About 30 students achieved more than 5 grade 7 and above, and there were many who surpassed our expectations.  Overall at GCSE 77.6% of our pupils achieved 5 grade 4+ and 75% in both English and Maths are included in these 5 grades.

We are very pleased for all our students who have passed these important examinations which now provides them with the ideal platform to move onto their next stage of education and training.

Students of all abilities performed very well and as ever this is a credit to their hard work, the support that parents provided and the dedication and professionalism of the teachers.  My thanks and congratulations to everyone concerned.

Special congratulations to the following students for their GCSE performance:

Andrew Handley, Izzi Doyle, Jack Woods,Billy Seddon, Maddie Clements,Samuel Woods, Michaela Bell, Kirsty Hunt, Leila Lagder, Alexander Wilkinson,Aliya Forde, Lily Steen, Jodie Shillito, Sadheera Singhara Mudalige, James Kennell, Emily Turnham, Lily Ash, Geena Wood, Megan Chenery, Lauren Rufford, George Sheldrick, Yasmin Cazalet-Smith, Thea D’Apice, Holly Doyle, Elley Hollman, Abbey Leonard, Ria Peters, Oluwatobi Abiodun, Ilona Mailet-Elzein, Samuel Sleath, Freya Philip, Dylan Brocklehurst, Nanci-Mae Powley, Erin Hartley, Elizabeth Fox, Louis Ince, Mantha Radford, Isabella Amankwah-Antepim, Abbey Parker, Nyah Sawyer, Christopher Shanks, Jake Stirrat and Aimee Cheeseman

and to:

Nicola Damms; Kai Grant; Annabel Rice; Andrew Stevens; Samuel Walker; Cameron Hallett; Izabela Miraszewska; Abbie Summerscales; Victoria Rufford; Blake Bonthron; Aimee Lineker; Teide Marrable and Natasha Withers

for their performance at A level, and to the following students for their performance in the Applied A levels:

Jacob Andrade; Jessica Doyle; Josie Kaufman-Hill; Ella Plowman; Maria Smith; Bethany Evans; Hailey Atkinson; Natasha Lisney and Helen Cotzias


Sunil Chotai