The 2014 GCSE results at Caistor Grammar School are “amazing and extraordinary with many School records being broken” said a delighted Headmaster, Roger Hale.
The 95 students established new School records for their average points score per candidate of 77.5 and for the English Baccalaureate, with 85% of students achieving it. 100% of students gained 7 A*- C passes (for the 4th year running) and 96.8% of students gained 10 A* – C passes – a new School record. 70.5% of students gained 5 A*- As whilst nearly half of students gained 8 A*- As. The students averaged 11.3 passes each, which is a new School record. 54% of students gained 12 A*- C passes. A huge 27.5% of grades were A*, and 60.7% were A* – A.
All but one of the students gained the Government’s 5 A* – C passes including English and Maths and all but one of the students gained two passes in science subjects.
The School’s leading students are: Nadine Amin, John Asumang and Harriet Haswell, who all gained 12 A*s (Nadine also gained an A), Harry Williams, who gained 11 A*s and 1 A, Rawan Jaibaji, who gained 10 A*s and 3 As, and Leonie Brummitt, Sophie Higgs and William Walker, who all gained 10 A* and 2 As, Charlie Hewis gained 10 A*s, 1 A and 1 B.
We expect that these results will put CGS among the leading schools in the country once again.