Eden Girls’ School celebrates first GCSE results
The first cohort of pupils at Eden Girls’ School, Coventry have opened their GCSE results – and are celebrating achieving some top results.
67% of pupils achieved strong GCSE passes in English and Maths, receiving grades 9 to 5, while 90% achieved grades 9 to 4 in these key subjects.
These results are expected to place our school among the top 1% in the country for progress, and the top 5% in the country for attainment.
Head Girl Rabiah Mariam Khan achieved 10 GCSEs, with four at the top grade of 9, two grade 8s, two grade 7s and two grade 6s.
Rabiah said: “I feel proud as I worked hard and persevered, and that is one of the keys to success.”
From September Rabiah will go onto study A-Levels in Chemistry, Biology and History.
Another Eden Girls’ School pupil Sophia Patel achieved 10 GCSEs, with three at grade 9, three at grade 8, plus four grade 7s. Sophia said:
“I am feeling extremely overwhelmed as I did not expect these results. I am proud of myself and my hard work has clearly paid off.”
From September Sophia will go on to study for A-Levels in Biology, Chemistry and Psychology.
Linda Thompson, our Principal, said:
“This is our first Year 11 cohort and to say we are proud of their achievements is an understatement. These pupils have completed the new, very challenging GCSE courses with more exams and no coursework. Their hard work and dedication to their studies, supported by our outstanding teaching team and their own families, has paid off and we’ve had some very happy girls in school today.
“These outcomes really are exceptional and our pupils should be very proud of themselves. They are a credit to themselves and their families and everyone at Eden Girls’ School is delighted to have played a role in helping them become the fine young women they are.”
Added By: tetadmin | Date Added: 24th Aug 2018 | Posted In: Latest News