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GCSE Results 2018

23rd Sep 2018

GCSE Results Day 2018

Lancaster Girls’ Grammar School staff and students are celebrating another year’s exceptional GCSE results. This year saw the new GCSE exams in most subjects, with more difficult content and a reduction in coursework.

At LGGS 75% of grades were at grade 7 and above (equivalent to grade A and above) with a fantastic 57% of all grades at 8 and above (equivalent to A* and above). Most students sat 10 GCSEs with some also studying an Additional Maths qualification. Forty two students, over a third of the year group, gained all 10 GCSEs at grade 7 (A) and above.

A special mention to the following students for their exceptional results. Gaining Grade 9 in all ten exams were:
Sarah Guo, Niamh Hetherington and Grace Wilson. 
In addition nineteen students achieved ten GCSEs at Grades 8 and 9:
Jasmine Banks, Isabelle Bristow, Tegan Davis, Alice Dillon, Sally Graves, Laura Gresty, Anna Harrison, Sahithya Karnad, Chloe Mason, Meg Nelson, Nimisha Noby, Nicole Pickles, Nalini Ram-Prasad, Martha Surman, Tabitha Tomlinson, Varsha Venkataraghavan, Rebecca Ward, Amy Wardle and Tamsin Wood.

Jackie Cahalin Headteacher said “I am very proud of the achievement of all our students. It has been a challenging year for students who are the first to experience the new style GCSEs in most of their exams. I would also like to thank the staff at LGGS who have worked very hard to prepare and support students with the new exams. The students can feel very pleased with their achievements and we look forward to welcoming them back to our sixth form.”

Jackie Cahalin​, Headteacher

 

 

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