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2018 GCSE results 

The Grove School is proud of its students’ successes in their GCSE results this year. Parents will be aware from the national press of the challenges that this year’s GCSE students have faced with new examinations; a new grading system; less coursework and more challenging content. We have seen excellent performances despite this shifting landscape. There was a pleasing number of grade 9s, the grade for exceptional performance. The following students performed exceptionally well and included in their grades: Rob Mason - 5 grade 9s, 2A*s and 4 grade 8s; Lucy Derricutt - 4 grade 9s, 1 A* and 3 grade 8s; Lucy Blase - 5 grade 9s and 1 A*; Megan Matthews – 2 grade 9s and 3 grade 8s; Georgia Birch – 1 grade 9 and 4 grade 8s; Neringa Daujoaite – 1 grade 9. 3 grade 8s and 2 As; Edward Winfield - 1 grade 9, 1 A*, 1 A and 1 grade 8. For a second consecutive year, we have a student, Rob Mason, who achieved an A* Distinction in his Further Maths examination: the highest possible award for this subject.

Headteacher Sonia Taylor said, “Congratulations to Year 11! At a time of curriculum change and an increased level of challenge, staff and students have worked relentlessly and should be very proud of their achievements. I would like to thank parents and carers for their support and look forward to seeing many of our Year 11 students in September when they begin the next steps of their journey at our highly successful Grove College.” Grove College has once again achieved fabulous results this year with excellent progress for all students and all students accepted onto courses at their chosen universities. The College is now open for applications and ready to welcome students on to its wide range of courses.



2018 Post 16 results

Grove College is celebrating fabulous A Level results this summer. Students have made superb progress across a range of subjects including English, Mathematics, Geography, Economics, Business, the sciences and Art and Design.
Top attaining students were: Eleanor Walkerdine who will be studying Geography at the University of Lancaster; Fred Bosley, starting a medical degree at the University of Bristol; Joshua Baker, studying English at the University of Chester and Jack Green, studying Geography at the University of Liverpool.

Headteacher, Mrs Taylor said, “We are delighted by the results. The hard work and dedication of these students is reflected by their impressive outcomes. Students that applied to university have been successful in securing courses at the University of their choice while other students have been successful in gaining apprenticeship placements and employment. We would like to congratulate all of our students and wish them well for their future.’



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