Teachers and staff at Tettenhall College are celebrating the fantastic GCSE results attained by their pupils today (12 August).
The exceptional results saw 97% pupils achieve 5 or more GCSE’s grade 9-4 (A*-C) and 34% achieved an impressive grade 9-7 (A*-A). The resilience, determination, and perseverance displayed over this unprecedented time is now being rightly rewarded for all those who have worked so hard.
Headmaster, Mr McAllister is exceptionally proud of the Year 11’s achievements, “The fantastic results, awarded to our Year 11 pupils today, reflect their commitment and ambition. With the support of their teachers and parents, they have met the challenges of studying and achieving at the highest levels, despite all that has been thrown at them. Today is their day and they deserve to be congratulated. I have the utmost admiration for their spirit and determination.”
With a terrific nine grade 9s and a grade 8, Imogen W is today celebrating and looking forward to commencing her A levels in September at Tettenhall College. Eashan C also delivered a stellar performance with nine grade 9s and one grade 8. Ella C did outstandingly well with 10 A grade results, levels 9 – 7, six of which were the top level 9. Coming in with her very proud mum was Chelsea W who secured nine level 7s and 8s which will give her a superb springboard up into Sixth Form studies at Tettenhall in September.
The whole Year 11 cohort should be very proud of their achievements and today is a very good day for all at Tettenhall College.
Mr McAllister went on to say, “What is clear from both our A Level and GCSE results is that a commitment to teaching every single timetabled lesson, whether in person or digitally, an outstanding pastoral system, small class sizes and an outstanding Enrichment Programme, all come together to deliver the highest outcomes. Excellent independent schools across the country like ours, are demonstrating that it is this approach that is so important and so effective for our young people, giving them the ability to choose their future pathways”.