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2018 GCSE results

Eastbourne College GCSE results 2018

Eastbourne College pupils have performed superbly under the new, arguably more challenging, 9 to 1 grade system. With a mix of old and new grading systems, close to 96 per cent of this year’s 118 Year 11 pupils achieved five or more 9 to 4 grades (equivalent 96 per cent A* – C), with 30 per cent of all grades at 9 and 8 (equivalent to A* or better). Fifty-eight pupils achieved at least five A*-A / 9-7 grades which represented roughly half the year group. One hundred and six pupils (90 per cent) secured at least one 8, 9 or A*.

Eastbourne College GCSE results 2018The College once again celebrated outstanding science results with the percentage of 9 to 7 grades in Biology of 93 per cent, Chemistry 95 per cent and Physics 86 per cent. Also performing well, pupils in History (which used the old alphabetical system this year) were awarded 90 per cent A* to B grades.

Sixteen pupils achieved eight or more 9, 8 or A* grades, with leading performers: Shaumya Kularajan gaining ten 9, 2A* and a B in further Maths, Sophie Nicholles gaining eleven 9 and an A* and Chloe Cox and Luke Muschialli both with nine 9, one 8 and 2A*.

Outstanding performances

Billy Nicholles (six 9, four 8, 1A* and one 7), Henry Turnbull (six 9, three 8 and 2A*), Joseph Shouksmith (five 9, three 8, 2A*, one 7 and one 6), Megan Terry (six 9, two 8 and two 7), Maximilian Schnuppe (four 9, three 8, 3A* and one 7), Rae Greenhow (three 9, four 8, 3A* and one 7), Christian Phillips (five 9, one 8, 3A* and one 7), Isaac Chu (three 9, one 8, 4A*, two 7, 1A and one 6), Joshua Mantle (one 9, six 8, 3A*, one 7 and one 5), Sam Anderson (four 9, one 8, 2A*, two 7, 1A and one 6), Ella Lloyd (four 9, four 8, 1A* and two 7), George Pool (four 9, two 8, 2A*, 1A and one 5) and Ella Goddard (three 9, five 8, 1A* and two 7). Outstanding performances also came from (in alphabetical order), Adam Armitage (three 9, one 8, 2A*, one 7, 1A and two 5), Theo Bevacqua (one 9, four 8, 2A*, two 7 and 1A), Chelsea Chung (three 8, 1A*, three 7, 1A and three 6), Dariush Fatehi (four 9, one 8, 2A and one 5), Ben Fox (one 9, four 8, 1A*, two 7, 1A and two 6), Philipp Frank (two 9, two 8, 1A*, one 7 and 1A), Thomas Goodenough (two 9, three 8, 1A*, two 7, 1A, one 6 and one 5), Anna Hasell (three 9, three 8, 1A*, one 7 and one 6), Daisy Holden-Craufurd (six 8, 1A*, one 7 and two 5), Timur Mikhaylov (three 9, one 8, 1A*, four 7, 1A, 1B and one 5) and Bede Rowlands (four 8, 2A*, four 7 and 1A).

 

Of the twenty-five Year 10 pupils who sat their Mathematics IGCSE a year early, nineteen achieved a grade 9 and six a grade 8.

 Eastbourne College GCSE results 2018

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