“Fantastic” GCSE results for BSCS students

Photo collage showing some of the students with their results letters.
Some of the students with their results letters – Top row (l-r): Esme Thompson, Ajitesh Sreenivasan, Lucy Price, Oliver Adams and Alex Sell. Middle row (l-r): Belle Hyett, Izzie Crossman, Emma Mitchell, Catie Carter and Emma Hardwick. Bottom row (l-r): Dhyey Trivedi, Hannah Williams, Joseph & Olivia Garner, Reiya Lin and Jade Robinson.

The 2020 GCSE results at Bradley Stoke Community School are reported to be “broadly in line” with last year’s outcomes, with 85 percent of students achieving a grade 4 or above in both English and maths (82 percent last year) and 60 percent achieving at least a grade 5 in both subjects (56 percent last year).

With no examinations having been taken this year because of the coronavirus emergency, the grades have been based on teacher assessments following a government decision to abandon Ofqual’s proposed algorithm-based approach.

A school spokesperson said:

“With all of the challenges of coronavirus, the closing of schools and the issues surrounding how results are being awarded, we are delighted that our Year 11 students have managed to shine through and achieve fantastic results and qualifications.”

Headteacher Steve Moir commented:

“We are all incredibly proud of our students’ achievements, particularly with all of the additional challenges they have had to cope with this year with coronavirus. We are delighted that their immense hard work has paid off and we have seen so many students succeed and gain fantastic qualifications.”

Olympus Trust CEO Dave Baker commented:

“BSCS has produced another strong set of results to continue the trend of high achievement from the students. I would like to congratulate the students but also thank the staff as this would not be possible without them being willing to go the extra mile for their students, especially in the context of coronavirus and lockdown. We are confident that the centre-assessed grade process has provided a fair and robust system for accurately identifying the appropriate grades for students. Well done to all involved.”

Highest-attaining students

  • Dhyey Trivedi (11xGrade9)
  • Sophie Worsfold (10xGrade9, 1xGrade8)
  • Jessica Andrews (7xGrade9, 4xGrade8)
  • Esme Thompson (6xGrade9, 4xGrade8, 1xGrade7)
  • Amine Debart (6xGrade9, 5xGrade8, 1xGrade7)
  • Ethan Anderson (5xGrade9, 4xGrade8, 1xGrade7)
  • Reiya Lin (6xGrade9, 3xGrade8, 2xGrade7)
  • Catie Carter (6xGrade9, 2xGrade8, 3xGrade7)
  • Belle Hyett (5xGrade9, 3xGrade8, 3xGrade7)
  • Hannah Williams (7xGrade9, 2xGrade8, 1xGrade7, 1xGrade6)
  • Emma Mitchell (5xGrade9, 2xGrade8, 3xGrade7, 1xGrade6)
  • Emma Hardwick (4xGrade9, 5xGrade8, 2xGrade7)
  • Adrian Kubiak (3xGrade9, 4xGrade8, 3xGrade7)
  • Ajitesh Sreenivasan (4xGrade9, 3xGrade8, 3xGrade7, 1xGrade6)
  • Liang Zhang (5xGrade9, 4xGrade8, 2xGrade6)
  • Lucy Price (3xGrade9, 2xGrade8, 4xGrade7, 1xDistinction)

Students commended for progress

Students highlighted by the school as having made the most progress in their time at the school are:

  • Lara Dehaney
  • Shoibe Ayam
  • Joseph Garner
  • Skylar Smith
  • Lewis Pearce
  • Hannah Wilkins
  • Jade Robinson
  • Daniel Whitfield
  • Olivia Garner
  • Alex Sell
  • Oliver Adams
  • Amine Debart
  • Izzie Crossman

This article originally appeared in the September 2020 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal magazine (on page 24). The magazine is delivered FREE, nine times a year, to ALL 8,700 homes in Bradley Stoke. Phone 01454 300 400 to enquire about advertising or leaflet insertion.

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