Claremont Senior School A Level Results 2017

GradePercentage Achieving
A* %14%
A*/A%34%
A* - B %55%
A*- C%75%
A* - E%96%
Average ResultB/C
Claremont Senior School celebrated in style as another bumper crop of A Level examination results rolled in, giving further weight to its reputation as a school of genuine academic excellence.

Results improved for a consecutive year, with 34% of all grades at A*/A. Amongst a long list of academic achievements, Ben Laurense and Alex Cornelius secured their places at Trinity College Cambridge to read Maths and Law respectively. Ben gained 4 A*s and a distinction in the Mathematics Advanced Extension Award (AEA); Alex, who has been at Claremont since Nursery School, achieved A*s in all his A Level subjects.

Other notable achievements include Jonah Dickie who will read Veterinary Science at Nottingham and George Klein who has gained a place to read Medicine at Exeter. Nicole Edmunds, Izzie Marshall and Thomas Scoble all gained 3 or more A*/A; the overall percentage of A*- B rose by 9%. Students also excelled in the creative subjects, most notably Alivia Osborn who gained A*, A, B in Art, Photography and Media Studies and will study Graphic Arts at Southampton. Other prominent university destinations include Cardiff, Edinburgh, UCL, Loughborough, Falmouth and Oxford Brookes.

Claremont Senior School, which was founded in 2011, has established itself as a leading school in East Sussex and as a centre of genuine academic integrity. Headmaster Giles Perrin is understandably delighted. ‘I am so proud of all the students and members of staff involved in these A Level results. It has been a fantastic team effort, only made possible through the hours and hours of study and dedication given by our students combined with the hours of support provided by our staff. The academic life of the school goes from strength to strength and we set the highest possible standards and expectations for our students. We have seen the school grow so much over the last six years and every aspect of our programme is strengthening, none more so than the academic life of the school, which has truly become a hallmark of our success.’ Claremont Senior School will start 2017 with record numbers of students and brimming with optimism.

GCSE Results 2017

GradePercentage Achieving
A* (9) %14%
A*(9) /A (8)%32%
A* (9) – B (7) %56%
A* (9) – C (4)%85%
Students achieving 5 A* to A20%
Students achieving 5+ A* to C
GCSEs (or equivalent) including
Maths and English
82%
Students achieving English
Baccalaureate
46%
Students Achieving Grade 5 or
above in English & Maths GCSEs
51%
Students Achieving Grade 4 or
above in English & Maths GCSEs
82%
% of students gaining 5 or more
A*9,8/A,7 grades
31%
Students at Claremont Senior School achieved outstanding GCSE results for another year in a row. Following on from the fantastic A Level results achieved the week before, this year’s crop of year 11s built on the school’s reputation for academic pedigree and top class public examination results. For the third year running, a third of the all the school’s grades were marked at A*/A with two students, Chloe Manning and Jessica Hulley, achieving the much coveted new grade ‘9’ in English and Maths, the equivalent to an A**.

No fewer than 8 students achieved 5 or more A*/A grades, amongst them Zoe Lee, Chloe Manning, Victoria Nard, Molly Newton and William Saldana. Alfie Marshall, Poppy Pearce and Sam Ray achieved 7 A*/A grades each. The overall percentage of those achieving 5 or more A*-C grades stood at 87%.

Headmaster, Giles Perrin, was understandably very pleased with the school’s results. ‘We are delighted for the second week in a row with the academic results achieved at the school. There are some outstanding individual performances throughout the year group and some significant achievements. Not just by those who achieved the A*/A grades of the cohort but with fantastic results coming from students of all abilities, a testament to their hard work and endeavour. There are some stiff challenges to come at GCSE with the changes being implemented but we are confident that we have some truly outstanding staff and the right atmosphere to enable the school to move forward positively and the students to continue to flourish. We are extremely proud of the students who have maintained a strong tradition of outstanding public examination results at the school and we are indebted to a wonderful staff team who have helped make this happen. Claremont, which was founded with just 40 students in 2011, will start in September with over 300, as interest in this successful school continues to grow.

2017 Public Examination Results

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