Posted on: August 25th 2022


At Chichester High School, we are delighted that  the efforts of our students and staff have been rewarded by a set of impressive GCSE results.

DespDSC07846ite the challenges faced over the last two years, our students persevered, remained steadfast and focused in their pursuit of good grades and in pursuing their dreams. 

It has been an absolute pleasure to work with these students; they are all super young people, being kind, caring, and confident individuals.  

Mrs McKeown, Headteacher, said “I would like to thank our incredible staff for their hard work and exceptional pastoral care and to our committed parents, and carers, for their unwavering support. Finally, and more importantly, thank you to our Year 11 students for their hard work.”


This cohort began their GCSE’s after lockdown 1, were sent home as a year group in their autumn term and, showed their and resilience during lockdown 2 and through the many other COVID related disruptions since then.

In spite of these challenges, this year group has continued to make progress at CHS.  Their English and Maths grades beat those of 2019 and, their commitment to ensuring their success in every subject has been our best results in the Arts, Humanities, PE, and vocational courses.

% grades 9 - 4

  • Art 72% 

  • Drama 92% 

  • Dance 94% 

  • Music 85% 

  • Photography 91% 

  • Textiles 81% 

  • Business 82% 

  • Travel and Tourism 82% 

  • PE 80% 

Mrs Lewry, Deputy Headteacher said, “These GCSE grades now provide the springboard to a range of exciting opportunities that lie ahead for them - behind each and every grade is a personal story; today’s results are a reward for the hard work within those stories, so once again well done to The Class of 2022!”. 

DSC07826We are so excited that many of our students are staying on with us to study in our Sixth Form, including Student President Harrison Simmonds who achieved top grades and will be studying Maths, Business and Geography. 


ACE Tutors were thrilled with the results of pupils they had been mentoring since the start of Year 10.  ACE Tutor Mrs Lambourne is pictured below with one of her tutees.



We look forward to the future successes of these pupils - congratulations Class of 2022!

Joanne McKeown
Chichester High School




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