|GCSE Results For Local Schools|
Record success for Chiswick Community School
Chiswick Community School achieved record GCSE results this year echoing their A' Level success.
64% of all students at the school achieved grades A*-C across all subjects and 54% of students achieved grades A*-C including English and Mathematics.
Headteacher Alan Howson told ChiswickW4.com, "In terms of progress this puts us in line with the top 25% of schools in the country and reflects the ‘rapid improvement’ in standards as reported by OFSTED. I’m very proud that these are the best ever results for Chiswick Community School. It’s a team effort and a real testament to all of the hard work of staff and students."
While the whole school picture is excellent, there are a great many stories of incredible individual achievement amongst the students. Thomas Eames achieved 8 A* grades and 5 As, Harry Burdon achieved 8 A* grades and 4 As, James Fell achieved 10 A* grades and 2 A grades as did William Smith. Tatjana Damjanovic achieved 9 A* grades and an A grade, Joel Brocklehurst achieved 10 A grades and an A*.
Nancy Case achieved 7 A* grades and 3 grade As, Alice Broughton achieved 4 A* grades and 7 A grades, Hania Akram achieved 5 A*s and 6 A grades. Not only did Nicholas Carpenter manage to attain 2A* grades and 7 A grades but also achieved AS level German at grade A.
Robert Berchtold proved a particular success story. He managed to take his qualifications a year early achieve 6 A* grades, 4 A grades and 4 B grades.
Headteacher Alan Howson commented that, "There are some wonderful individual results at the highest level and a great deal of solid success across the school. The figures speak for themselves. I’d like to congratulate all the students and staff on their efforts. The success is richly deserved."
GCSE Results from Local Schools
August 27, 2009