Examination Results

Examination Results

Ewell Castle School 2021 GCSE Results

Ewell Castle School pupils and their families are celebrating our best ever GCSE results with 98.73% of pupils achieving grades A*-C/ 9-4 and 45.24% achieving grades A*-A/ 9-7.  The number of our pupils who achieved five GCSE grades A*-C/ 9-5, including Maths and English, was 98.57%.

Top GCSE performers this year were: Nicholas Mason-Apps with 10 Grade 9s; Zachary Fox with 9 Grade 9s and 1 Grade 8; Alexander Cridland with 9 Grade 9s; Jad Al-Shakarchy with 7 Grade 9s and 3 Grade 8s; Sophia King who achieved 6 Grade 9s, 2 Grade 8s and 2 Grade 7s; Ruairi O’Rourke with 6 Grade 9s, 3 Grade 8s and 1 Grade 6 and Keval Patel with 5 Grade 9s, 4 Grade 8s and 1 Grade 7.

Principal Silas Edmonds remarked: “Our pupils should feel rightly proud of their accomplishments and compelling GCSE results. Despite the Pandemic, they have remained focused and engaged with their studies, inspired by their teachers with the diligence to ensure that their education was not disrupted. We are delighted that so many will return to take up offers of a Sixth Form place with us in September where they will continue to enjoy excellent educational curriculum provision, superb wellbeing support and a first-class co-curricular and enrichment programme, all underpinned by exceptional UCAS and careers guidance.”

 

2021 Ewell Castle School A-level Results

Thrilled Ewell Castle School students secure record A-level and BTEC Level 3 results

Ewell Castle Sixth Form students and their families have much to celebrate this year, in a highly competitive cohort as 15% of our students have secured places to study Medicine.  45.3% of our students achieved A*-A, the School’s best-ever A-level results.  67.3% of our students achieved A*-B, 87.3% achieved A*-C and the pass rate was 100% overall.

During an academic year adversely affected by the global pandemic, lockdowns and uncertainty, our students showed great resilience, calm and focus, rising to all the challenges thrown at them.  With inspiring teachers working alongside them, they have excelled to earn results of which they can be justly proud.  

Taewon Kang, Orhun Isikoglu and Theo Bromley were our top performing A-level students this year, each achieving A* A* A.  Two of our Level 3 BTEC Business students achieved Distinction * and one of our Level 3 BTEC Computing students achieved a Distinction.  Our students have once again secured their first-choice university which include Cardiff, Loughborough, Reading, Aston, and St George’s Medical School.  Ben Dunkley achieved A*AA and will study Mathematics at King’s College London; elite sportsman Theo Bromley will study at Loughborough University having achieved A*A*A and Lauren Body takes up her place at St George’s to study Medicine, having achieved A*AA.  

Well done also to Emir, James and Max in Year 12 who took A-level Mathematics a year early and all achieved A*.

Principal Silas Edmonds commented: “Our resilient students have worked diligently and endured additional uncertainty this academic year.  I am delighted with these outstanding results for our A-levels and Level 3 BTECs, and I pay tribute to them and all our staff who have taught and inspired our students to excel this year.”

 

 

 

 

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Ewell Castle School - 2020 GCSE Results

Ewell Castle School is delighted to announce that 97% of its pupils achieved 5 or more grade 9 – 4 GCSEs and 40.1% of all GCSEs grades were grade 9 - 7.   BTEC grades were 1 Distiction*, 1 Distinction, 2 Merits and 1 Pass.

Top GCSE performers this year were SeWoong Jun with 5 Grade 9s and Alexander Blencowe with 4 Grade 9s. In addition, the following students achieved the following number of Grade 9 – 7s Alessandro Chinasamy (10), Philip Scholes (10), Emir Ahmed (9), James Clarke (9), Shiven Sharma (8), Patrick Hodgson (7), Roderic Thambithurai (7) and Lucy Crockford (6). 

Principal Silas Edmonds commented “Despite the exceptional circumstances surrounding this year’s assessments, our excellent Year 11 cohort have been justly rewarded for their diligence and achievements.  We look forward to welcoming the majority of our young people into our academic Sixth Form to thrive in stimulating A-level and BTEC courses.  They will benefit from a dynamic enrichment programme, first-class UCAS and careers support as well as a rounded and grounded approach to wellbeing and health.”

 

Ewell Castle School A-level Results 

Ewell Castle School students achieved a 100% pass rate at A-level with the majority of its students achieving their first choice university. 

70% of all A-level grades were A*-B and 40% of grades were A*-A.  BTEC results were 2 Distinction*, 1 Distinction and 1 Merit.

These have been unprecedented times and the Year 13 students at Ewell Castle have shown remarkable maturity and resilience in coping with the challenges posed this year. It is therefore truly impressive that they have done so well at A-level with these well-deserved results, which are the School’s best-ever A-level and BTECs, reflecting the commitment shown throughout the Sixth Form.  

Of particular note is Zakaria Dada who achieved A*A*A and will go on to read Law at UCL. Zakaria was also awarded the prestigious Jack Petchey Foundation Community Award for setting up Merton Mutual Aid during lockdown. He will be joined at UCL by Jemin Park who also achieved excellent results, achieving A*A*A, he will read Mathematics.  Zachary Rapinet also did outstandingly well with A*A*A and will now go on to study Geography and Spanish at Newcastle University. We are also thrilled that Jamie Campbell achieved A* AAA and will read Physics at Southampton University.

A number of other students also achieved impressive A-level results, including Kelvin Cheung who achieved A*A*BB, Head Girl Lauren Body who achieved A*AA and Isaac Conibear who has been awarded a Scholarship at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. 

Principal Silas Edmonds commented: “During what has been a time of great uncertainty and anxiety for many, I heartily congratulate our students for their dedication and fortitude.  I also acknowledge the hard work and personal support that teachers and staff at the School have provided for our students, particularly during the “Lockdown” Summer Term.  They have helped instil students with a sense of self-belief and confidence that has inspired many to exceed their expectations.  I extend my very best wishes to all our new alumni as they commence the next phase of their studies.”

 

Year 13 Future Destinations

See below where our students have chosen to further their education after studying at Ewell Castle.

Future Destinations