The Community College Bishop’s Castle is once again celebrating another year of excellent results. Even with the persistent disruptions caused by Covid19, the students and staff at the Community College have worked tirelessly to continue to build on the excellent results they have had over the last three years. Headline figures show that 86% of students achieved a Grade 4 or above in English and Maths, 38% of all students attained one or more passes at Grade 7 or above.
Biology, Chemistry and Spanish produced particularly exceptional results, with more than 50% of those studying Biology and Chemistry achieving a Grade 7 or above. Many individual students gained excellent results, with some standout performances from Eleri Gittins and Ben Ellis who secured nine Grade 9s between them, as well as Megan Wooldridge, Lewis Beavan and Freya Davies who showed the most progress across their time at The Community College.
Mr Thorley (Headteacher) said: “Results day has been a pleasure to be part of. We are very proud of all of our students, especially with all of the disruption they have had to work through over the last two academic years. The resilience, hard work and effort put in by both students and staff has really paid off. The success is well deserved and sets our students up well for their next stage in life, and we look forward to seeing what they will achieve in the future”.
Details regarding the examinations appeal processes for 2021 can be found on the Examinations page.