Ernest Bevin College – GCSE Results 2018

Last Updated on : 23rd August 2018

Students at Ernest Bevin College are celebrating a strong set of GCSE results and in particular a big increase in the number of students achieving the higher grades, 7, 8 or 9 in the newly reformed examinations. In Computer Science 82% of the students achieved grade 7 or higher, 60% in Product Design, and 63% in Physics.

Overall the results were strong with 47% of the pupils achieving grade 5 or higher in English and Maths, which the college anticipates will be above the national figure for all boys nationally.

Rukshana Sheikh: “I am extremely pleased with these results which represent an improvement on last year’s results particularly for the number of students achieving the top grades at GCSE. The boys at Ernest Bevin have risen to the challenge posed by the new tougher exams and I would like to congratulate them, their families and the hard-working staff of the college.”

Headline Figures

47% achieved Grade 5 or higher in English & Maths

60% achieved Grade 4 or higher in English and Maths

58% achieved Grade 7 or higher in Biology

55% achieved Grade 7 or higher in Chemistry

82% achieved Grade 7 or higher in Computer Science

60% achieved Grade 7 or higher in Design & Technology: Product Design

30% achieved Grade 7 or higher in Maths

63% achieved Grade 7 or higher in Physics

Attainment 8 score is 45.4

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