Stover School 2021 GCSE Results
This year’s GCSE cohort at Stover School are celebrating some outstanding achievements. The Year 11 pupils at Stover gained grades of 5 and above for 84% of all papers entered, with 94% of the pupils receiving five or more grades of 9 to 4 including English and Mathematics. The dedication of the entire year group throughout a year when their GCSE assessment processes were far from certain for much of the time, is an absolute credit to them all.
Top grades of 7, 8 and 9 were realised by the candidates in 40% of all of the papers that were entered. Of particular note were Isabella Farleigh who achieved nine grade 9s and one grade 8 and Harvey Camilleri with eight grade 9s and two grade 8s. Others worthy of special mention are Madison Cooper-Thompson and Robert Lee who each had total value-added scores of over 20 grades above their expected grades.
Headmaster, Richard Notman, said “this group of young people have had to cope with enforced school closure and considerable change in the methods used to assess their GCSE outcomes. I am immensely proud of the way they have adapted and coped with what has been a very challenging time for both the pupils and the staff who have guided them through their GCSE courses; very well done. To achieve such an incredible set of results in such a time of adversity is a testament to them as individuals and to the professionalism and dedication of the staff here at Stover School.”