Ripon Grammar School is delighted to announce another excellent year for GCSE results. Over 66% of results were graded 9-7/A*-A and 95% graded 9-5/A*-B.
Fifty Four achieved 9 or more GCSEs graded 9-7/A*-A of which fourteen gained 9 or more 9/A*. Top performers were Rose Cottrell, Clara Dammann, George Exley, Phoebe Hall, Sebastian Lyons, Tabitha Milton, Emily Parry, Finlay Pruden, Charlotte Titterington-Colman, Alice Welsh, Angus Watley, Jasper Wood and Zavier Wray. Anika Schwarze-Chintapatla achieved the clean sweep of 11 grade 9s and two A*s.
Headmaster Jonathan Webb said: “I am delighted for the students this year who have achieved so highly once again. These results are especially pleasing given the fact that nationally schools have been going through a degree of educational change, adapting to new and expanded syllabus and new styles of assessment on the numerical grading system.
“It is testament to the quality of teaching and learning at Ripon Grammar School, and the resilience of the students, that this change has been taken in its stride. My congratulations to all the students who have worked so hard to attain so highly, building such an excellent platform for their studies at A Level and beyond.”