GCSE Results 2017
We celebrate the excellent successes of our recent year 11 pupils and I would like to congratulate each one of them on their achievements, particularly as so many across the year group exceeded the target grades for their GCSE exams. They rightly deserve to be very pleased with their achievements and we are certainly very proud of them I look forward to congratulating them all in person on Thursday 9th November for the year 12 Certificate evening. I know that the staff join me in sending our congratulations to all of our former CVC pupils. I wish our 2017 year 11 pupils much success in their next ventures on whichever destination path they now travel.
Joy Hadley, Acting Principal
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73% of pupils at CVC achieved at least 5 A*-C grades or equivalent including English and mathematics.
27% of all grades awarded at CVC were A, A* or equivalent grades.
In the new more difficult qualifications at GCSE, 76% of pupils achieved a 4 or better in both English and mathematics. A 4 is at the level of a grade C in previous years.
Notable subject passes included:
100% of pupils gained C+ in music
100% of pupils gained a C+ in IT
96.7% gained a C+ in RE full course
89.1% of pupils gained C+ in art.
80.6% gained a C+ in PE
80% of pupils gained C+ in French
78.3% gained a C+ in history
77.8% gained a C+ in drama
78.8% gained a C+ in geography
76.9% gained a C+ in Spanish
75.9% gained a C+ in German
Biology, Chemistry and Physics had C+ grades of 94.1-100%.
The percentage of pupils who gained a 9-4 in English was 82.1%
5 pupils obtained grade 9 in Language, and 4 in literature.
The percentage of pupils who gained a 9-4 in maths was 80%
4 pupils obtained grade 9 in maths.
The new GCSEs
A guide for parents and carers on what the new GCSEs mean and how to interpret results is available via this link.
GCSE Results 2016*
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*Results exclude SLC/HSC students