Ratcliffe students celebrate GCSE success - Ratcliffe College

Ratcliffe students celebrate GCSE success

All School News | 24.08.2023

Students at Ratcliffe College were delighted with their GCSE results this year. Forty-five percent of all grades 7 or above, double the national average.

Headmaster, Mr Jonathan Reddin, commented:

“Heartfelt congratulations to all our students who received their GCSE results today. I am especially proud of their grades, which have been achieved against the uncertainty of the COVID pandemic. The students and their teachers have worked incredibly hard and thoroughly deserve this success.

We are excited to be welcoming this cohort into our fantastic Sixth Form in September and we look forward to their continued success as they begin their A Level courses.” 

Special congratulations to Harry Bird (image below) and Millie Lake who achieved grade 7 or above in eleven subjects. We also congratulate Ethan Zhang, Alice Bower, Maisie Collier, and Mollie Hunt who achieved grade 7 or above in ten subjects, whilst Ayobomi Abiodun Bella Wilson, Amy Yip, Bruce Cheung, Jack Lam, Francesca Best, Thea Appleyard, Holly McNeeney, Lucas Gronow, Olly Clark, and Isaac Lui achieved grade 7 or above in nine subjects, a marvellous achievement.

A reminder that our Sixth Form Open Evening will on Thursday 5th October 2023, 6.30pm (College Chapel and Sixth Form Centre). We warmly welcome all Year 11 students and families considering Ratcliffe Sixth Form in 2024, to attend the evening. For further information about our A Level courses and life in the Sixth Form, please visit: https://www.ratcliffecollege.com/sixth-form/

Beyond academic excellence, Ratcliffe College focuses on nurturing the whole child with an emphasis on developing their spiritual, moral, social, and physical attributes through an outstanding pastoral care programme, which includes access to a broad range of co-curricular and enrichment opportunities. Whether joining our Sixth Form as a day student or a boarder, our young people develop into confident, articulate, independent and caring individuals who go on to make a positive difference to the communities in which they live and work.