TBSHS GCSE Results 2022
Like the A-Level results achieved last week, our students have achieved record-breaking GCSE results this year.
Whilst not being completely surprised by these excellent results, we are thrilled that the boys have done so well.
Whilst we wait for the official performance data produced by the DfE, we know our results far exceed the performance of previous examination years. In 2019, 84% of all exam entries achieved a Grade 4 or higher, this year that figure was 94%. Similarly, in 2019, 30% of all grades were a 7, 8 or 9, this year that figure has leapt to 42%. So not only are far more of our students passing their GCSEs, but they are also achieving huge numbers of the very top grades, which is an incredible achievement in the circumstances.
Mr Reeve, Headteacher, commented: “I am so proud of the boys for producing a stunning set of GCSE results this year. We always knew they were switched on and very committed to their studies, so it is wonderful to see them being so well rewarded for their excellent effort and determination. Given the disruptions in the last three academic years, it is amazing to see such break-taking GCSE results. Nationally, boys are significantly outperformed by girls at GCSE, which makes these outstanding results even more impressive. I’d like to congratulate all of the boys for what they have achieved and sincerely thank the staff for their unstinting support of the year group throughout their studies.”
David Sadler, Head of Year, added: “I am absolutely blown away by the collective achievements of the year group. They have been a great cohort to work with and showed a fantastic attitude when it really mattered. I’m delighted that they’ve done so well and that so many of them have chosen to continue their studies in our sixth form and make the most of our enrichment programme.”
Among the very highest achieving students were:
Robert Neil – eight grade 9’s and one grade 8
Oliver Worthy – eight grade 9’s and one grade 7
Alex Banhidai – seven grade 9’s and two grade 8’s
Charlie Haddon – seven grade 9’s and two grade 8’s
Oscar Sortwell – seven grade 9’s and two grade 8’s
Dennis Chan – seven grade 9’s, one grade 8 and two grade 6’s
Jay Cheung – seven grade 9’s, one grade 8 and two grade 6’s
Luca Ollandini – seven grade 9’s, one grade 8 and one grade 6
David Badcock – seven grade 9’s, one grade 7 and one grade 6
Charlie Economou – six grade 9’s, three grade 8’s
Jake Woodford – six grade 9’s, three grade 8’s
Joseph Lee – six grade 9’s, two grade 8’s and one grade 7
Ben Tanner – six grade 9’s, one grade 8, one grade 7 and one grade 6
Tom Gee – five grade 9’s, two grade 8’s, one grade 7 and one grade 6
Matt Lambert – five grade 9’s, two grade 8’s, one grade 7 and one grade 6