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Selby High School

Selby High School

GCSE Results 2018

There were lots of smiling faces at Selby High School today as students and staff celebrated an excellent set of examination results.  This year, the majority of subjects followed the new 9-1 grading system, and students have performed well from all different starting points.  20 students gained six or more grades at 7 and above, and five students gained 4 or more grade 9s - the very highest grade. 

Principal Nick Hinchliffe said, “Well done to all students and staff for their hard work and commitment.  I’m really proud of the way in which everybody has risen to the challenge of the new tougher GCSEs.  This year we’ve not only maintained our performance levels in English and Maths, but many subjects also saw a rise in grades at A/7 and above.  The strong performances across a wide range of subjects, emphasises the high quality of teaching and learning at Selby High School.  I’d like to pass on my congratulations to all year 11 students who have excelled today.”

Subjects which performed very well compared with national averages included Product Design (79% C+), French (83% 5+) and Fashion (82% C+).  All triple science subjects, Computer Science, Art and PE all had impressive results across the grade ranges.  A number of subjects also significantly improved their performance from last year, including History and Spanish. 

Individual students have once again achieved outstanding sets of results, some of which are highlighted below:

Eleanor Harris: four 9s, five 8s, one 7

Rachel Kane: six 9s, two 8s, one 7, one 6

Marija Hiscott: three 9s, six 8s, one 6

Olivia Sharp: five 9s, three 8s, two 6s

James Critchley:  five 9s, one 8, four 7s

Katy Longfield: three 9s, four 8s, two 7s, one 6

Elin Noble:  two 9s, five 8s, two 7s, one 6

Daniel Toone:  two 9s, six 8s, one 7, two 6s

Clare Nicholson:  four 9s, one 8, four 7s, one 5

Amelia Taylor:  two 9s, two 8s, three 7s, two 6s, one 5