GCSE Results 2018
GCSE Results 2018
It is a privilege to be celebrating with our students from Chichester High school as they receive their exam results. This day is about celebrating the achievements of each individual as it is the culmination of much hard work, many many exams and an incredible amount of preparation. At CHS, despite headlines that top grades were much harder to achieve, we are celebrating stunning record top grades 7-9, in English, Maths and a number of other subjects.
We are so excited that many of our students are staying on with us to study in our Sixth Form, including Head Girl Alice Fryer who achieved 2 grade 8s, 4 grade 7s as well as grade B and grades 6’, and our Head Boy Callum Peyman.
Top achieving Mathematicians and all round high achievers Ishika Dutta and Nat Westwood will also be staying with us to continue their Maths and Science studies having achieved grade 9s in Maths and Further Maths along with a string of grade 8 and 9’s.
Ishika has kept herself busy this summer by completing a successful work experience placement at BAE system to support her career into Engineering.
Many of our students have not only achieved academically but made the most of all opportunities that have been given to them either in our highly successful senior Hockey team or, like Kitty Ancell and Abigail Tweed, by achieving places on a Houses of Parliament work placement this summer.
Congratulations must also go to our top achievers who have garnered top grades:
Kitty Ancell, Juste Balkyte, Rhianna and Theoren Batchelor, Rachel Baylis, Bethany Brown, Stephanie Brown, Eliza Burton, Olivia Davies, Ishika Dutta, Julia Dylewska, Joshua Farrier, Alice Fryer, Rachel Gifford, Natasha Hawkes, Amelia Hayes, Amelia Hikin, Stephanie Holmes, Molly Hugo, Bethany Ifould, Lauren Jensen, Hannah Kageson-Loe, Oliver Mitchel, Katie North, Alisha Patel, Bronnen Pears, Maria Rivadossi, Lucy Rock, Charlie Simmons, Abby Smith, Abigail Tweed, Nat Westwood, Katherine Wilkinson, Jennifer Williams.
All our students and staff showed real determination to succeed in a year that has brought so many changes to our examination system and at CHS we are delighted to have achieved 60% of pupils passing Maths and English. This coupled with our excellent A Level results last week, is truly the beginning of a fantastic journey for our successful young men and women.
Executive Principal Yasmin Maskatiya, said:
‘We have had the privilege of teaching these young people over the past few years and are delighted that so many of them have done so well. They will go on to greater success, I am sure. Thank you to staff for the work that they have put in and also thanks to the parents who have supported them through challenging times.’