Tuesday, 21 November 2017

GCSE records broken yet again

CRANFORD House are delighted to be celebrating their third consecutive year of record-breaking GCSE results.

CRANFORD House are delighted to be celebrating their third consecutive year of record-breaking GCSE results.

Once again, their pupils have notched up the school’s best ever scores with an incredible 62 per cent of grades achieved at A* to A this year and 92 per cent of all grades at A* to B.

The core subjects proved consistently strong with an impressive 76 per cent and 73 per cent A* to A grades in English language and literature respectively, 82 per cent A*to B grades in mathematics and 79 per cent A* to A grades in triple science.

In modern foreign languages, pupils scored 100 per cent grades A* to C with a superb 81 per cent of scores at A* to A in German and French, while the school’s renowned performing arts faculty also wowed, with a spectacular 100 per cent A* to A grades in music and 100 per cent A* to B grades in art.

Headmaster Dr James Raymond said: “This is an incredible achievement and real evidence of both our girls’ hard work and our continued academic success here at Cranford House.



“These are tremendous results, particularly for a non-selective school. I’m especially pleased to see our value-added score showing yet again that our pupils can expect to achieve 1.2 grades higher per subject. I am hugely proud of both our pupils and our dedicated teachers and I look forward to Cranford House continuing on this superb trajectory.”

If you are interested in discovering what Cranford House could offer your child, you are warmly invited to attend either of the following open mornings:

• Saturday, October 8 Whole school open morning from 9.30am to noon

• Saturday, November 5 Junior school open morning from 10am to noon

For more information, visit www.cranfordhouse.net or call our registrar, Mrs Alison Young, on (01491) 651218 to discuss your child or arrange a personal tour.



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