Tring School is once again celebrating a set of quality GCSE results, with outstanding performances in English, Maths and Science as well as other subjects.
More than 80 per cent of students achieved at least a standard pass (grade 4+, equivalent to grade C or above) and over 55 per cent achieving a strong pass (grade 5+, equivalent to a C+ or B grade) in both English and Maths.
Tring School's highest performing student this year was Jodie Spencer with ten 9’s and one grade 7.
Amongst the many other outstanding GCSE students were: Georgia Carr with seven 9’s, three 8’s and a grade 6. Taryn Hayes with seven 9’s, two 8’s and a grade 7. Olivia Sober-Nakar with three 9’s, two 8’s, a 7, five 6’s. Asta Kirkham with four 9’s, two 8’s, four 7’s. Kelsey Edwards with two 9’s three 8’s, three 7’s a grade 6 and a 5. Grace Fensome with two 9’s, six 8’s, two 7’s and a 5. Jasmine Watkins with two 9’s, four 8’s, four 7’s and a 6. Megan Savage with two 9’s, five 8’s, two 7’s and two 6’s.
Overall Tring School can report fourteen distinction*s and sixty six 9s.
Head of School Sally Ambrose said: "We are thrilled for our GCSE students who have achieved an excellent set of results. These results will support them onto their next challenge – whether that is to join our outstanding Sixth Form, start an apprenticeship scheme or enter the workplace.
"Students, staff, parents and governors can all be very proud of these achievements which confirm Tring School as an excellent place to learn."
Most of Tring School's GSCE students will move on to the school's outstanding Sixth Form which last week once again reported excellent A-level results. Tring School's Sixth Form also attracts over 50 new students every year who join from other schools.