For the first time in the school’s history, over half the grades (55%) were at A* or the equivalent in the new system (9-8).
Warwick School is again celebrating fantastic GCSE results. For the first time in the school’s history, over half the grades (55%) were at A* or the equivalent in the new system (9-8). 78% of grades were awarded at A*-A (9-7) with 94% at A *B (9-6).
Eleven boys received a clean sweep of 10 A* grades: Thomas Allin, Thomas Bell, Maximilian Bottomley, Kieran Brooker, Jack Forsythe, Alexander Harrold, Nikhil Mistry, Hugo Ng, Noah Pollard, Alec Steeley, Peter Walker. A further 35 boys achieved A* or A grades across all their subjects.
Results were strong across a diverse range of subjects, with History, Design & Technology and the Sciences all scoring around 90% A*-A.
The new Head Master, Dr Deneal Smith said, “This is another fantastic set of academic results for Warwick School and a testament to the hard work put in by the boys and their teachers. I am particularly pleased to see that this year group negotiated the new style GCSEs so well, and achieved such stunning grades. It should always be remembered that the boys manage to do this while maintaining the highest standards outside the classroom through their musical, artistic, dramatic and sporting endeavours which are just as important in developing the skills and character that will lead them to flourish both here and after school.”