GCSE Results 2013
We are delighted with the 2013 results.
Press Release GCSE Results August 22nd
Once again Reading Girls’ School has seen an increased number of students achieving at GCSE.
- 85% achieved 5 A* to C grades at GCSE
- 53% achieved 5 A* to C grades including English and Maths – an increase of 5% on the previous year.
- 16.2% achieved A*/A grades
- 19.7% achieved the E Bacc.
I am incredibly proud of all the students at RGS – but especially the achievements of the Year 11 students this year – they have worked incredibly hard, remained focused and took on board all the advice their teachers gave them which helped in these fantastic results.
A special mention of congratulations should be given to the following students who all achieved 11 to 13 GCSE’s with many of them at the top grades.
- Shreya Rijal age 16 – 5 A*s and 4A grades
- Noor Dhakal age 16 – 4 A*’s and 6 A grades
- Vimbai Jiri – age 16 – 3 A*’s and 8 A grades
- Kia-Danielle Clark age 16 – 4A*’s and 1 A grade
- Dana Clay age 16 – 4 A*’s and 1 A grade
- Hannah Coxhead age 16 4 A*’s and 1 A grade.
All the students have to be congratulated as the premise at RGS is that each and every student will achieve their maximum to allow them to go forward into further education or employment. RGS is a good school and is a high performing school – we are fully inclusive and intent on ensuring that each student achieves their full potential. This is the fourth year that RGS has achieved excellent GCSE results and we look forward to improving upon these in the future. The girls at RGS are excellent students and have responded appropriately to their own learning needs.
We are also looking forward to the redevelopment of Reading Girls’ School under the Priority School Building Programme and we are on course for delivery of the new school by 2016. The EFA (Education Funding Agency) are procuring this work on behalf of the Department of Education and have recently short-listed three bidders to proceed to the next stage. The three bidders invited to continue to the next stage are:
- Morgan Sindall
The next key milestone will see the selected bidder chosen, which we expect to happen by Easter next year.