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Cranbrook Education Campus GCSE results 2022 are #Crantastic

Our first published GCSE results highlight the excellent progress that pupils make during their time in the Secondary phase with an initial Progress 8 score of +0.6. This means that our pupils achieved, on average, over half a grade more than the government expectation in each of their GCSE subjects. These results put us well above national average and place us as one of the top schools regionally and within the top 20% of schools nationally.

You can find out more about progress 8 here: and here:

Our other headline performance indicators show that 45% of pupils achieved grades 9-5 in English and Maths combined and 64% achieved grades 9-4 in English and Maths combined, the Governments ‘Basics’ indicator for both a ‘strong pass’ and ‘standard pass’ respectively. The 2019 national average for a Basics ‘strong pass’ was 43% highlighting that our pupils did better than their peers nationally.

26% of all grades awarded were grades 9-7 and 11% were grades 9-8. These top grades highlight the excellent dedication from our pupils.

There were a number of individual successes including:

  • Ella Greed – 8 * Grade 9, 1 * Grade 8 and a Distinction in performing arts
  • Jack Bennett – 7 * Grade 9 and 2 * Grade 8
  • Brooke Whybra – 3 * Grade 9, 4 * Grade 8, 2 * Grade 7 and a Distinction in Enterprise
  • Emily Kelly – 1 * Grade 9, 6 * Grade 8 and 2 * Grade 7
  • Trinity Ricketts – 2 * Grade 9, 3 * Grade 8, 4 * Grade 7 and a Distinction in performing arts
  • Lewis Attwood – 2 * Grade 9, 3 * Grade 8 and 3 * Grade 7

Our Year 10 pupils who sat their GCSE English Literature this year also did a great job with 30% of pupils achieving a Grade 9-7. Well done!

Stephen Farmer, Head of Campus, is immensely proud of our pupils’ achievements. “I am absolutely delighted and so unbelievably proud of our year 11s and all that they have achieved. After the turbulent times of the past couple of years, and in a year when the majority of pupils have sat over 20 exams, their stunning results reflect their resilience, determination and unwavering effort to do their best. They have certainly risen to the challenge of their GCSEs and I am exceptionally proud of each and every one of our pupils and what they have achieved. It has been a true team effort, with pupils, staff and parents working together to ensure that all our pupils have the best possible experience at the Campus and achieve excellent outcomes which lead to fantastic opportunities. This year shows what an impact that team approach can have. The maturity and independence that pupils have shown this year with regard to their learning leaves me in no doubt that they will go on to even greater successes in the next stage of their education. I wish them all the luck in the world.”



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