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GCSE Results 2017 - updated.

GCSE Results 2017 - updated.

24th August 2017

Congratulations to all of the Year 11 students at St. Martin’s School, their parents and teachers who should all be most proud today of the successes that have been achieved in 2017 together.

In 2017 students have had to undertake new, far tougher GCSE qualifications than any previous year group who have sat examinations at St Martin’s School. We are pleased therefore to present another set of outstanding GCSE results, which see more students than ever before achieving exceptional performance.

It is with pride that we commend the hard work that students, teachers and support staff at the school have put into attaining these impressive results.

Without exceptional teaching and the outstanding partnership work between students, teachers, support staff and their parents none of this would have been possible.

This year has seen many changes to the GCSE examinations here in Wales which make any year on year comparison impossible and we won’t be in a position to comment on overall performance therefore until more complete data is available.

We congratulate all students for achieving their personal best and the following students for a remarkable set of GCSE results.

Exceptional performance was achieved by

Jessica Evans, Lewis King, Lauren Lucas and Rowan Thompson who each achieved 13 GCSE subjects graded at A and A*

Outstanding performance was achieved by

Georgia Davies, Tomas Davies, Thomas Tiltman who each achieved 12 GCSE subjects at grade A and A*

Remarkable performance was achieved by

Ben Davies and Tamah Osa-Peters who each achieved 11 GCSE subjects at grade A and A*

Impressive performance was achieved by

Charlotte Ball and Alys Turner who both achieved 10 GCSE subjects at grade A and A*

Superb performance was achieved by

Ben Elworthy, Anouk Hammond, Carys Minahan, Samuel Hughes, Abbie Sykes who each achieved 9 GCSE grades at A and A*

Excellent performance was achieved by

Evie Poyner who achieved 8 GCSE grades at A and A*

Tremendous performance was achieved by

Ffion Jones, Chelsea Pryce, Alexandra Burris, Morgan King, Connor Mcllhiney and Bethan Morris who each achieved 7 GCSE grades at A and A*

Of the 161 students who studied at St. Martin’s School 66% of students achieved a grade C or above in English Language and 71% of students achieved a grade C or above in Mathematics, with 89% of students achieving a grade C or above in Science.

No student who studied at St. Martin’s school left without a qualification, an impressive 64.6% of students attained 5 or more GCSE grades at C or above including English and Mathematics and 75.2% of students attained 5 GCSE grades at C or above.

We look forward to welcoming the majority of students into the Sixth Form on the 4th of September and for those studying at other establishments, undertaking apprenticeships or moving into the world of work we wish all the very best for the future.

Mr Jarvis