AS the 2020 summer exam season was cancelled, this year’s Year 11 cohort have been awarded grades by the exam boards, based on information supplied by the schools. The previous years, to generate each individual pupil’s final grades.
None of the usual benchmark data or headline figures which lend themselves to comparisons between this year and other years, or between schools, have any validity this year. Schools in this area have therefore come to an agreement that it would serve no purpose to release such figures into the public domain.
Sitting exams would have been stressful enough for these young people, but losing the chance to prove what they can achieve has been even more so. Thankfully, pupils at St Mark’s are now able to celebrate, as their GCSE grades will allow them to pursue the sixth form courses or other education routes of their choice.
There were many examples of outstanding individual performances with most pupils not only achieving their target grades but a number exceeding them.
For example, the following pupils all achieved at least 9 or 10 grades 9-5 (numbers next to their name indicate number of 9-5 passes and the numbers in brackets indicate the number of 9-7 or equivalent grade):
Lauren Allen 10 (7); Simon Chung 10 (3); Emily Day 9 (9); Isabelle Douglas 10 (10); Ovie Epete 10 (9); Lea Gonzalez 10 (5); Summer Hardy 10 (8); Angela He 10 (9); Nancy Hynes 9 (9); Carly Jordaan 10 (7); Hikmat Kazeem 10 (5); Danny Leahy 10 (10); Summer Lopez 10 (10);
Poppy Lovell 10 (5); Lauren Massey 9 (8); Kirsty Mojzes 10 (10); Isaac Parker 10 (9); Niam Ramphall 10 (8); Amy Reyes 9 (5); Rohan Senthilkumar 10 (7); Benjamin Tang 10 (10); Jon Van Der Lith 10 (8); Millie Upton 10 (10); Emily Williams 10 (5); Aba Yawson 10 (10).
St Mark’s congratulate all our pupils and look forward to seeing them in their Sixth Form in September.
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