Chichester High School for Girls sets new standards at GCSE

Students at Chichester High School for Girls set new standards in getting their GCSE results.

The school is celebrating the fact that a record 63 per cent of pupils achieved five or more grades at A*-C including English and maths, and a total of 72 per cent of students achieved at least five A*- C grades.

Some students achieved a clean sweep of A* and A grades, with 49 per cent of all grades being at A*-B and 75 per cent A*-C.

Headteacher Fiona Oliver-Watkins said: “We are extremely pleased with these results. There are some excellent individual performances.

“We congratulate not only those who obtained the highest grades, but everyone who achieved GCSE success, especially if it was their personal best.

“They have all helped to make this a very good year. The results reflect the high standards of the school, the hard work of our teachers, and the support of parents.”