GCSE Exam Results 2018

GCSE Exam Results 2018

GCSE Exam Results 2018

Excited students gathered today in the Boulevard at Malbank School and Sixth Form College to find out their GCSE results. There were lots of smiling faces with 21% of all grades achieved equivalent to 7 - 9 even though the new GCSE courses are very challenging.

Headteacher, Mrs Jeannette Walker said, "There were some superb individual performances from Rachel Astbury, Eleanor Davies, Emily Ford, Helen Robertson, Nia Barnett, Chris Gudmunsen, George Lucas, Callum Pearson and Ben Williams who got grades 7 - 9 or an equivalent in all of their subjects." She also said, "I am particularly pleased for Evie Ward, Lewis Heath, Ben Lewis-Jones, Jade Hooper and Katherine Hallworth who improved on their targets by at least 2 grades in all their subjects. It's always great when students work incredibly hard and are justly rewarded."

Head of Upper School, Chris Yew, said, "I am really proud of our young people, particularly those students who had to overcome some significant personal challenges to earn their grades."

Students were keen to discuss their next steps with many of them enrolling for Malbank Sixth Form College. New Director of 6th Form, Mr Stacey Falamarzi, was delighted to welcome students to a wide range of exciting courses with students keen to build on the success seen in last week's excellent A level results.

Chair of Governors, Mr Scott Harding, said, "We would like to congratulate our students and thank staff for their incredibly hard work. Good results are the product of hard work and great relationships."


Photographs above are of Helen Robertson & James Chapman, Evelyn Ward, Chris Gudmunsen with proud mum and William Hall.


Photograph above is Emily Ford and Rachel Astbury being congratulated by Mr Falamarzi.