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GCSE Results 2016

Lingfield College is celebrating an excellent set of GCSE results for 2016. Year 11 students achieved a noteworthy 97% A* - C grades.  The consistency of the results over the last four years has been a feature of the School reflecting the strong relationships between staff, students and parents.

The results in the core subjects of English, Maths and Science were outstanding. English Language and Literature saw grades of A* - B, 95% and 98% respectively. Maths continues to be an extremely strong subject at the School with 91% achieving A* - B. The Science Department were delighted to discover that 100% of their Physics students were awarded A* – B grades. The Chemists were not far behind with 97% achieving this grade also.

Option subjects also performed strongly. The Music Department swept the board with 100% A* - A.  The future for the department looks incredible bright with the state-of-art Music Centre opening in 2017. Foreign Languages, History and Economics also saw solid results. Head of Year 11, Mrs Sue Jenn said “It has been a pleasure to work with these exceptional young people over the last two years. The results are a testament to their hard work and the partnership with the staff which is an integral part of Lingfield life.”

Head of Sixth Form, Mrs Alison Folkard said “This is an academically able cohort who are motivated and resilient and I am sure they will enhance the already strong Sixth Form here at Lingfield. I am delighted that we can offer over 20 Academic scholarships this year.”

The top performer was Oxted resident, Claudia Connelly with 10 A*s. Claudia achieved 100% UMS in Chemistry, Maths and Physics.  Rosie Underhill also achieved an impressive 10 A*s. The Underhill family will be particularly celebrating their children’s success with their son obtaining a place at Oxford University following last week’s A Level results. Rosie said, “I have been so happy here with the wonderful support of my teachers and friends.”

Thomas Sullivan, Laura Fawn and Alexander Cahill Smith were awarded 9* grades.  Other noteworthy results were Ryan Fincham, Cerys Bool and Millie Hopkins each with 8 A*s and Josiah Kirpalani, Niamh Andrews and Ben Soden with 7 A*s.

Headmaster Richard Bool said, ‘We set very high expectations of our students and I am pleased to announce that a majority of them exceeded them. They worked exceptionally hard and this is reflected in their results. I’d like to thank their parents and my wonderful teaching staff who have helped our students excel themselves in all areas of the curriculum”.

  A*A A*B A*C
 % 57 87 97
 
Subject
A*
A
B
C
D
E
Art
7
7
5
5
0
0
Astronomy
2
0
3
0
1
0
Biology
20
13
3
2
1
0
Chemistry
20
14
4
1
0
0
Computer Science
1
0
0
0
0
0
Drama
0
5
11
2
1
0
English Language
20
40
33
3
0
0
Economics
3
10
16
3
3
1
English Literature
15
38
42
1
0
0
French
16
12
20
11
3
0
Geography
5
6
15
16
5
0
German
2
1
2
0
0
0
Home Economics
1
5
4
3
2
0
History
14
20
10
4
0
1
Italian
1
0
0
0
0
0
Maths
37
25
26
8
0
0
Media Studies
7
7
10
2
1
0
Music
3
4
0
0
0
0
PE
2
9
12
3
0
0
Physics
25
10
3
0
0
0
Religious Studies
3
6
2
4
0
0
Science
14
21
16
5
1
0
Double Science
3
17
24
10
2
1
Spanish
13
9
4
12
3
0

 

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