Ewell Castle School - 2020 GCSE Results
Ewell Castle School is delighted to announce that 96.8% of its pupils achieved 5 or more grade 9 – 4 GCSEs and 40% of all GCSEs grades were grade 9 - 7. Following an announcement from exam boards last night we are not publishing BTEC results as we are waiting for them to be recalculated.
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.
69.3% of all A-level grades were A*-B and 37.3% of grades were A*-A. We are not yet able to publish the Level-3 BTEC results as these are being recalculated by the exam board.
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 AAB 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.