Archived News for August 2015

Students at Chancellor’s Celebrate an Increase in Top GCSE Grades
August 21, 2015
By Chancellor's School
High standards have been maintained at Chancellor’s this year and students were jumping for joy as they received their GCSE results this morning.

Students at the Brookmans Park School have bucked the national trend and are celebrating a significant increase in the number of top grades awarded. There were many outstanding individual performances and an impressive 15 students achieved 10 or more GCSEs at A* or A Grade. A third of all students achieved at least one A* grade and 38% achieved the EBACC.

The highest achievers included:

  • Stephanie Mabbutt (11A*)
  • Julia Kal (8A* 3A)
  • Sam Price (8A* 2A)
  • Maddie Runagall (8A* 2A)
  • Jazz Wood (8A* 2A 1B)
  • Andrew Theophani (7A* 3A)
  • Stelios Attipa (6A* 4A)
  • Harry King (6A* 4A 1B)
  • Katharine Chadwell (5A*, 5A)
  • Antonio Duduianu (5A* 5A)
  • Julia Everett (5A* 6A)
  • Daniel Small (5A* 6A)
  • Robert Chrysanthou (4A*s 6A)
  • Amy Clayton (4A*s 6A)
  • Azaan Choudhry (4A* 5A 1B)
  • Hannah Newell (3A* 7A)
  • Eva Povey (3A* 6A 1B)
  • Kunal Agarwala (2A* 8A)
  • Laura Hill (2A* 7A 2B)
Overall headline figures remain high with 65% of students achieving 5 or more A*-C grades at GCSE including English and maths.

David Croston, the Headteacher, said “I should like to congratulate the students on a superb set of examination results, which are a result of their effort and also the hard work and dedication of our outstanding and professional staff.”
Year 7 Welcome Party
August 10, 2015
By Kieran Bett, Year 13 Student
On Friday 2nd of October, the Sixth Form hosted a welcome party for the new Year 7 students.

This was a fantastic event, with great music, as well as snacks and drinks being sold to the students by a number of sixth form volunteers.

There were a couple of technical issues regarding the music and lighting, but despite this we managed to get the problems sorted out, and the year 7s had a great time, socialising and dancing to great party songs such as the YMCA, and the Macarena, which were led by a number of sixth formers on stage.

Overall the event was a huge success and we would like to thank all sixth formers and teachers who took the time to help make this event happen.