GCSE results 2021
Last year, after lockdown when our then Y10s came back into school in their tightly managed bubbles so classes could be 2m distanced, we were all emotional but nervous.
Students coped brilliantly. Not a day or week has gone by when this year group have not given 100%, and throughout the relentless assessment process, they continued their positive attitude. Today this historic year group deserve all the medals. We were thrilled to see many of our students return to school today to receive their GCSE results.
The class of 2021 were our first year group as Chichester High School and it has been an absolute delight to watch them flourish over the last five years. Congratulations to our pupils attaining a string of top grades, including;
Luke Watson, Gabriella Shepherd, Hannah Goulding, Jessica Hayhurst, Daisy Barclay, Charlotte Graham, Adam Parkinson, Emma Wright, Jennifer Jones, Harry Growns and those who have excelled and made outstanding progress; Sam Dongo, Nyree Groome, Lauren Conway, Clara Hill.
We also want to celebrate Megan Peyman’s who will go on to study Dance and Musical Theatre at Laine Theatre Arts.
It is also with great pleasure we celebrate Sienna Wildman’s Fashion course in Brighton, Tommy Brown’s Apprenticeship at Rolls-Royce and Jack Hinshlewood’s enrolment at Brighton and Hove Albion Football club.
There are so many achievements in amongst every single result. Walking into school each day, I am reminded of the creative talent this year group have with the Art and Photography work pride of place in our main entrance. Today’s results combine high achievement and excellent progress for our pupils that will allow them to pursue the next stages of their educational journey.
Our Deputy Head, and raising standards leader for Year 11, Mrs Lewry (pictured below) said,
“‘Thank You, Year 11. The determination, resilience and good humour you all maintained through two incredibly difficult years has been extraordinary.
Chichester High School staff are so proud of how you all tirelessly completed exams and assessments despite the challenges each of you faced on a daily basis. This year’s fantastic results are a product of your efforts;
I hope you celebrate your performance with your families. You are all amazing.”
We were lucky enough to have so many of our \year 11s attend our sixth form summer school in the summer term. After this successful transition event, we are now looking forward to welcoming so many of them to our Sixth Form in September where we will be able to continue to support them. It will be a record-breaking year for recruitment into our Sixth Firm and we could not be more delighted.
Amongst the successes of today, our Student Presidents achieved a string of top Grades. Daisy Barclay will be staying at Sixth Form to study and Luke Watson will be pursuing his passion for sport at Churcher’s College Sixth Form.
This year group has been an absolute pleasure to work with. We wish all of them the best of luck for the future and hope they all thoroughly enjoy continuing their education whether it be in sixth form, college, apprenticeships or in the world of work. This cohort of students have shown greater tenacity, resilience and persistence than any other in recent decades. All should feel proud of their achievements. We are proud of you, and huge thanks to the staff, parents and carers who supported them and us.
Chichester High School