GCSE pupils at Haileybury have again achieved outstanding results, with 98.3% achieving five or more A* – C grades and 60.5% achieving A or A* grades. 96.1% of all GCSE entries were graded A* – C.
Natalie Peacock (M) is the school’s top achiever, with 10 A*s. Annie Woodcock (C), Ryan O’Leary (E), Alexander Tivey (Th) and Ilona Bateson (C) achieved nine A*s, while Tom Blanchard (K), Isabel Hunt (H), Dominic Gatward (K) and Iliyas Iskakov (B) gained eight A*s.
A further five pupils gained seven A*s, six achieved six A*s, three achieved five A*s and two achieved four A*s.
"Taking the iGCSE results into account, the percentage of pupils gaining five A* – C grades is excellent, while the number achieving A or A* grades has improved by 3% on last year. This is a wonderful achievement by anyone’s standards and is proof of the hard work and dedication put in by both pupils and staff," says incoming Master of Haileybury, Joe Davies.
"This set of GCSE results confirms the significant leap forward in Haileybury’s academic ability over the past three years and bodes well for the future."
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