GCSE results: Marist SchoolBy Jonathan Low
August 31, 2012
More than half the girls at The Marist sat 10 or more subjects with 96.3 per cent of all pupils achieving five or more A* to C grades including maths and English.
One of the school’s top performers was Emily Ducas who was awarded 10 A*s and two As.
Lucy Campbell managed to successfully fit her studies in around competing for Great Britain in open water swimming in Israel, and was awarded eight A*s and two As.
Orla Tarn and Gemma Wills both received 10 A*s and one A, while Megan Viegas, Abigail Luxton and Olivia Frankel obtained a string of A*s and As between them.
It was another perfect year for the Sunninghill school, with a 100 per cent pass rate once again, and 98 per cent of pupils gained five or more A* to C grades.
Headteacher Karl McCloskey said: “I am delighted that The Marist has maintained another fantastic year of results.
“We shall go on to support today’s GCSE achievers throughout the next chapter of their Marist education so that they flourish academically and personally during their sixth form.”
Lydia Lutton, head of Year 11 added: “GCSE students at The Marist have produced yet again another set of magnificent results.
“Their achievements are a just reward for their conscientious approach to their studies and a reflection of the quality of teaching delivered by our dedicated staff.”