Peacehaven Community School is proud of the achievements of its year 11 students’ GCSE results this year.
There were some strong results showing that students have made progress with the GCSEs in the 9-1 grading system, which is now 3 years old. It is pleasing to see an improvement in good passes and an increase in the number of students achieving the top grades.
The school is delighted with the students who achieved grade 9 including outstanding individual performances from Lewis Moore, Tyler Martin, Lauren Calladine, Jamie Packer and Ashley McOwan.
Students who made significant progress were Toby Pritchard, Katie Revell and particularly Niamh Hastings, one of the students who achieved a set of GCSEs that were two grades higher than the expected level of progress.
The school reports improved results in Sciences, Computer Science, Geography, Art, and Health and Fitness.The school is pleased with the progress that their Special Educational Needs students or those with English as an additional language have made – many of whom obtained results that exceeded expected targets.
Outgoing Head Teacher Rachel Joseph said: ‘We are very proud of what our students have achieved during their time at PCS. The school has worked hard to ensure all students achieve and this was recognised in our recent Ofsted inspection where we were rated as Good in all categories.’