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Thursday 22 August: GCSE Results 2019

Excellent GCSE results at Ralph Allen School!

33% of grades were 9, 8 or 7.  31% of students achieving 5 or more top grades. 8% were grade 9

Another fantastic year for students at Ralph Allen School. We are delighted to congratulate all our students on their successes and personal triumphs. This year, as in previous years, we are happy to celebrate our students’ performance. 74% of the students achieved 5 or more 9 – 4 grades including the all-important English and Maths GCSEs. 

It is such a privilege to work with young people and support them through their GCSEs. I do have to sympathise with the amount of examinations they have to take all in a short time. It becomes an endurance test in the end and we are so happy with their achievements. All members of staff play a part in their success and now is the time to celebrate all the hard work that has gone into the last two years.

We would like to extend congratulations to the following students on their own personal performances. All of these students have made excellent progress during their time at Ralph Allen and reached or exceeded their personal best through effort and resilience.

These students are:

Ben Hardy                                        Joshua Macaulay

Ella Maughan                                 Olivia Wood

Ellie Marchant                                 Joyee Bashir

Chiara Gashi                                   Grace Mordaunt

Eiad El Banna                                  Elizabeth Nobes

Talula Du Feu                                  Lucy Harrington

Ewan Morrish                                   Alister Guenther

Tomasz Wilczewski                         Scarlett Wood

Louis Laskey-Downs                       Jack Donaldson

Lydia Malloy                                    Olivia Griffin

 

The above students should be commended for their hard work, resilience and effort over their time at Ralph Allen.

Lastly, thank you to all the staff who have taught, supported, mentored and much more, to help students achieve their potential.

Andy Greenhough, Headteacher