GCSE results 2019: Heritage School
Heritage School opened its doors 12 years ago to 16 pupils aged 4-7. This year sees the fourth class of Year 11 leavers complete their IGCSE exams.
The results are as follows:
● 14 Year 11 pupils sat IGCSE’s & GCSE’s this summer
● 41 per cent of all results were 9-8 (or A*)
● 63 per cent of all results were awarded 9-7 (or A*-A)
● 80 per cent of all results were awarded 9-6 (or A*-B)
● 93 per cent of pupils obtained at least five 9-5 (A*-C) grades including English and maths
● 62 per cent of all grades were above what standardised tests predicted to be ‘most likely’ – demonstrating that Heritage helps pupils exceed expectations
● Two pupils received 9 or more 9-8 (or A*) grades
● Nine pupils were awarded at least one 9
● All pupils achieved the grades they need to progress to their preferred post-16 school or college
Destinations include Hills Road Sixth Form College, Comberton Sixth Form, The Perse School, The Stephen Perse Foundation, and Cambridge Regional College.
Jason Fletcher, headmaster at Heritage, said: “We want to congratulate all of our pupils, together with our dedicated staff for their hard work.
"There are some fantastic personal achievements hidden behind these statistics.
"These results are only one step along the journey each of our pupils is making.
"We are very proud of them and wish them well as they move into their next chapter.”
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