GCSE Results 2015 – The Headline Stats.

Press Release for GCSE Results 2015

Wallington County Grammar School is pleased to announce its best GCSE public examination results for the last three years seeing a rise in the number of A* grades (39%) and a rise to 93% of all grades being judged to be A* – B.

100% of students achieved 5 A* – C grades including English and Maths.

98% of all GCSE grades are A* – C

93% of all GCSE grades are A* – B

75% of all grades are A* – A

39% of all grades are A*

Specific success stories with regards subject areas are as follows:

99% of all Maths GCSE grades were A* – A

90 % of all English Literature grades were A* – A

92% of all Chemistry grades were A* – A

92% of all Physics grades were A* – A

86% of all Biology grades were A* – A

17 students achieved straight A* – A grades in all the GCSEs that they took.

62 students achieved 10 A* – A grades

Quote from Mr Jonathan Wilden, Headmaster of WCGS

“Our students have demonstrated huge amounts of self-discipline and endeavour throughout their GCSE studies while achieving these excellent results. The whole school community is hugely proud of their achievements. I would personally like to thank the students for their dedication and mature attitude in not only gaining these qualifications but in also developing their character as mature young adults. I am very proud to be Head of such a successful school and would like to thank all the staff and parents who create such a loving school community”

By missgayle1

A Level Results – Outstanding Headline Stats.

A Level (A2) Results are outstanding …

Percentage of students achieving the following grades …

% A*’s – 23%                 (this is an 8% increase on 2014 which was 15%)

% A* – A’s – 61%          (this is a 12% increase on 2014 which was 49%)

% A* – B – 86%            (this is a 7% increase on 2014 which was 79%)


Two students got four A* grades at A2 -Thomas Corrigan and Jing Qiu.


59 students in total got straight A* – A grades at A2 taking either three or four subjects.


We hope to have 15 Oxbridge places (13 are confirmed at present)


We have 14 students going to study Medicine at University next year.


Quote from the Headmaster, Jonathan Wilden:


“I am over-the-moon with the success of our students who have worked so hard to get these amazing results. This morning has been really enjoyable seeing so many happy students with the results of all their hard work. They have given the School the best A Level Results for the last three years and have successfully unleashed their aspirations to take on their next challenge. A big thank you must also go to the staff at the School and our supportive parent body.”


By missgayle1