This year at Hartland International School, there were 29 students in the cohort, and a total of 237 grades were awarded.
35% of all grades were the highest at Grade 9 (A*) with 65% of all grades at 9–7 (A*/A) and 83% of all grades at 9-6 (A*/B). 100% of grades were awarded at 9-4, meaning a 100% pass rate.
“I am incredibly proud of the achievements of our students in what has been an immensely challenging 18 months for them all. Hand on heart, I am confident that we took rigorous measures to ensure that there was no question of grade inflation, and these end results are genuinely deserved. They are a true reflection of the academic achievements of these students, but they also tell us a story of their determination and their focus in turbulent times, life skills that will stand them in good stead for whatever the future may throw at them,” said Principal, Fiona Cottam.
100% of grades were awarded at 9-4, meaning a 100% pass rate.
Stand out achievements include Joe Hulme with 10 grade 9’s, Peter White with nine grade 9’s and 1 grade 7, Melina Garaud and Jana Khalifa with 9 grade 9’s and Nandini Nambiar with eight grade 9’s and two grade 8’s.
“This is our first cohort of GCSE students, and I am so grateful to my staff for their professional diligence and commitment in what were unusual and somewhat difficult times for them also. We are now excited for the next stage of the Hartland story as we open our new Sixth Form this September with this amazing group of young people and staff,” Fiona concludes