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GCSE Press Release
It was another fantastic set of results for Hastings High School pupils. 83% of pupils achieved at least a grade 4 in both Maths and English, a figure well above the national average.
Many pupils achieved a string of grades 7-9, with 95 pupils achieving at least one of these top grades, and 49 pupils achieving 5 or more of these top grades. 19 pupils achieved a clean sweep of grades 7 to grade 9 results, including Dan Payne who achieved 10 grade 9 results!
Many pupils made outstanding progress with special mentions to James Nichols, Shanjeda Chowdhury and Chloe Boffey with some of the highest progress scores in the school.
Shanjeda said; “I’m quite happy, I did my best!” Shanjeda is now going on to study sciences.
Thomas Young was thrilled with his results and initially speechless but said; “Thank you to the teachers – without them I wouldn’t have achieved this. I’m happy and proud!”
Head of Year Jac Birch said; “A huge well done to Year 11 for all their hard work, the results are exceptional and thoroughly deserved. I wish them all the best for the future and look forward to hearing about their future successes.”
Head Pupil Laura Gent said; “Makes you realise how much hard work everyone has put in. You can feel everyone’s excitement. Everybody’s got out what they put in”
Chloe Boffey also received some outstanding results and said; “I am so proud of myself and my results. I have to thank the Support Staff at Hastings, in particular Mrs Ashworth. I would not have been able to get the results without the great support of Hastings.”
The Co-Headteachers, Steve Shipman and Claire Bradley, were understandably delighted with these results. “We are immensely proud of all the hard work of everyone in our Hastings Family. These pupils, and the staff at the school, have overcome significant disruption and uncertainty to achieve results beyond our wildest expectations. We hope that these results provide all of our leaving pupils with a springboard to a very successful future.”
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GCSE Certificate Collection
Certificates will be available for collection from reception on Friday 21st January between 3.15pm and 4.15pm.
A consent letter signed by the student will need to be supplied by anyone collecting on their behalf.
[YEAR 6 OPEN EVENING]
Thursday 7th October 4:30pm – 7:30pm
GCSE Results Press Release
This year has again been very challenging for pupils, parents and staff across the country as we have been faced with an unprecedented variety of decisions and anxieties in what have been strange times. More than ever, we are very proud of all of our students and staff for how they have coped and for always putting our Hastings family first. We are sad that our year 11’s missed out on key moments at Hastings such as their GCSE exams, but are pleased that we will be able to celebrate together at their delayed Prom. It is a testament to their character, hard work and effort that they have still achieved some fantastic GCSE’s and have become remarkable, resilient young people.
There are lots of individual success stories, some pupils have made amazing progress over their time at Hastings. They include;
Amongst lots of year 11 pupils with a host of top grades the three pupil below really excelled.
Oliver Wynne, Alana Richardson and Kian Todd all averaged around 3 grades higher in each exam than the national averages for their KS2 scores which is exceptional.
Mrs Liz Moyo their head of year said “Our current year 11 leavers have had two years of interrupted schooling, with online lessons and home learning becoming the norm. We are exceptionally proud of their resilience and ability to adapt during these very challenging times. The Hastings family including parents and staff have worked together to ensure that all pupils have achieved the best results possible.
The school has been working hard to ensure that the year 11 have not missed out on end of school events such as results day, hoodies, yearbooks, and prom, and we look forward to celebrating their successes this evening at the first ever Hastings Festival.”
The school wishes all of our pupils every success in their futures!