2021 has proved to be another successful year for GCSE students at Cowley International College with many achieving the results which will enable them to progress onto their chosen learning pathway.
Once again, a number of students have achieved the coveted 9-7 grades (A-A), including eight students who attained three or more grade 9s (above an A).
There were many outstanding individual performances. Head Girl Maja Petersburska achieved 10 grade 9s and a grade 8, Tanishka Tiwari attained nine grade 9s, Rose Springford collected eight grade 9s and two grade 8s, while Callum Smith and Ella White both earned six grade 9s and Thomas Fisher four grade 9s in impressive sets of results.
The top ten College performers share 93 9-7 (A-A) grades (or equivalent) between them while 278 9-7 grades (or equivalent) were awarded in total.
There was wonderful success across the year group, with the overwhelming majority of students achieving their expected progress.
The College’s Executive Principal, Cameron Sheeran, said: “I am incredibly proud of how our students have performed this year, both in terms of the results they have achieved and the Cowleian spirit they have shown in challenging circumstances.
“I am confident that the grades received today are a true reflection of the performance of the students. They have worked extremely hard, and with a period of home learning, we must also pay enormous credit to parents and carers who have supported them throughout, as well as the staff who have put in so much hard work to ensure that students’ high quality learning continued throughout.
“It is fantastic to see so many impressive results which will enable our students to progress on their chosen pathways.
“They have done themselves and the College proud and we wish them every success for the future.”
Highlights from Results Day 2021:
8 students achieved three or more grade 9s (above an A).
In total, 61 grade 9s were awarded.
The top ten performers share 93 9 – 7 (A* – A) grades (or equivalent) between them.
An impressive 278 9 – 7 grades (or equivalent) were awarded in total.