The Cooper School is pleased to announce the 2017 GCSE results with 70% of students achieving 5 or more 4+ (old A*-C) grades including English and Maths. 100% of students achieved 5+ 1-9 (old A*-G grades). 87% of students attained a 4+ grade in English and 78% achieved the same in Maths. Under the new measures, the school’s Attainment 8 score is 50 .
Mr Baxter, Headteacher at The Cooper School, stated,’ I am delighted at the success of our Year 11 students again. Despite the increasing demands of the new GCSES our students and staff have risen to the substantial challenges set them. I wish our students every success in their post 16 choices and I am sure they will be successful in their future courses and careers.’
Michael Waine, Chair of Governors, said, ‘I am very happy to see these young people become so successful in their GCSE results. I am pleased to see the hard work of students and staff pay off and hope that each student is successful in the next stage of their lives whether it be in the 6th form at The Cooper School or elsewhere.’
Particular successes were (grades are equivalent where subjects are reported numerically): Tom Smythe (1 A**, 8 A* and 1 A), Alice Daniel ( 1 A**, 7 A*, 2 A), Macy Byfield 1 A**, 5A*, 4 A), Anna Webb (1A**, 4A*, 6 A), Lucas Lamche ( 1A**, 5 A*, 2 A, 2 B), Bridie Burrows (5A*, 4A, 1 B), Abigail Sargant (4A*, 5A, 1B), Zsofi Szelpal ( 3A*, 5A, 2 B), Ethan Gulvin (1A**, 2A*, 7 A), Mykola Nechyporuk (1 A**, 2A*, 5A), Lauren Ellis ( 2A*, 8A) George Burnby (1A*, 8A), Tom McEwan (2A*, 7A, 1 B), Amber Horton (4A*, 5A, 1 B), and Elizabeth Ryder (1A**, 3A*, 3A, 2B). Many more students received very successful examination results as well but we cannot mention them all here. We wish them all success in their future pathways.