Tring School is celebrating an exceptional set of GSCE results with 11% of students achieving at least eight A* and A grades − and more than half of pupils gaining at least one A* or A. The overall performance shows a 5% improvement upon 2015 which was itself a very successful year.
Amongst the many outstanding GCSE performers are:
Maisie Bradfield: 9A*s and 3As
Thomas Hood: 9A*s, 2As and a B
James Burkhalter: 7A*s, 5As
Joe Bowman: 6A*s, 5As
Matthew Cowan: 5A*s, 6As
Lisa Murphy: 5A*s, 6As
Paddy Dunphy: 6A*s,4As and a B
Harriet Grout: 5A*s, 6 As, and 1B
Georgina Haddock: 6 A*s, 3As, 2Bs
Haider Maqsood: 4A*s, 6As and a Distinction*
Anna Sevigny: 4A*s, 6As
William Marshall: 4A*s, 4As, and 3Bs
Ella Morris-Skingley: 3A*s, 5As and a Distinction*
Paddy Dunphy gained an A^ in Further Maths − an achievement which places him amongst the very top Maths students in the country.
Many of Tring’s GSCE students will move on to the school’s Sixth Form – which achieved outstanding A-level results this year, with almost half gaining A* and A grades.
Commenting on the results, Headteacher Sue Collings said: “We are absolutely delighted for our GCSE students, whose exceptional exam results will provide a very strong foundation for their next steps in education and future careers.
“We are particularly pleased with the continued progress that this group of students have made during their time at Tring and we look forward to welcoming many of them into our Sixth Form in September.
“Staff, parents and governors can all be very proud of these achievements − not just academic success alone, but also in the Tring School philosophy of nurturing well-rounded students who are fully prepared for today’s world”.