Yr11 Public Examination Results

Yr11 Public 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.”

 

 

 

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.”