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The Clere School provisional GCSE examination results 2019


The Clere School is celebrating another very good set of GCSE results this year, demonstrating consistency, high achievement and high expectations. 78% of pupils achieved at least a grade 4 in Mathematics and 75% at least a grade 4 in English, which is up on last year.  10% of pupils achieved the very highest grades in all their subjects. 

In addition to the core academic subjects, The Clere pupils have done particularly well in Computer Science and Finance: two subjects that are highly valued by employers and industry. In Computer Science, 100% of pupils achieved a very good GCSE pass. In Finance, which uses the A*-C GCSE grading system, 85% of pupils achieved a good pass. Alongside this, pupils were highly successful in Hospitality and Photography qualifications.  This demonstrates The Clere’s commitment to a broad curriculum and opportunities for pupils to excel. 

Headteacher, Benjamin Bond, said, “This is a very good set of results. It was important for the school to follow up the recent ‘Good’ Ofsted inspection with a good set of exam results. We are very proud of all our pupils; they have worked very hard for their success. As they enter further education, training and other courses, we wish them the very best and know they will continue to do great things. Once again, I must pay tribute to our superb staff team who have supported, driven and ensured the pupils did as well as they possibly could."