GCSE Results 2016
The Charles Dickens School is delighted with a much improved set of GCSE results this summer with 48.2% of students achieving 5+A*-C including English and Mathematics and 10% of students achieving the English Baccalaureate.
The students and staff have worked very hard to achieve these excellent results and these provide students much improved life-chances and a strong platform upon which to build Post-16 Study, apprenticeships, employment and future careers.
Mr Richard Morgan, Head of School commented:
‘I am really delighted for all our students who have worked so hard to achieve these excellent results. The GCSE examinations are not getting any easier and it is so rewarding for the students, staff and parents when all the students’ hard work is justly rewarded with a fantastic set of results. We would like to thank Mrs Stoner and her team of staff from St George’s C of E Foundation School who have supported The Charles Dickens School during the last academic year and have contributed towards these improved student outcomes.
The School would like to thank all staff for their hard work and all parents and Governors for their continued support without which such excellent results and student achievement would not be possible.”
A level Results 2016
The Sixth Form at The Charles Dickens School celebrated their best ever A Level results this year.
All students achieved a 100% pass rate at A Level and AS Level. Top students Niamh Marriott (BCC) and Nicola Jacobs (BBC) secured places at their first choice; Kent University and Essex University respectively. Other destinations include Coventry University, CCCU, Roehampton and Greenwich as well as students choosing to follow the apprenticeship route.
These results are a great testament to the hard work of students and their teachers.
Mr Richard Morgan, Head of School commented
‘I am really delighted for all our students who have worked so hard to achieve these excellent results. It is so rewarding for the students, staff and parents when all the students’ hard work is justly rewarded with a fantastic set of results. We wish all our students the very best in their future endeavours”