Middlewich High School’s Year 11 rise to the challenge
As a highly inclusive school at the heart of Middlewich we are once again proud of our students’ achievements. The Headteacher, Mr K. Simpson stated “Our Year 11 this year have excelled themselves and risen to the challenge of the new GCSEs. Students demonstrated resilience and determination, coupled with a positive frame of mind and the rewards are evident in their GCSE outcomes”.
High standards in Core GCSE subjects have been maintained. Students achieved 79 % 9-4 grades in English. In Mathematics GCSE 62% of our students achieved a 4 grade or higher with 100% gaining the higher grades in Further Maths GCSE.
Sciences continue to excel with 95% achieving A* - C grades in Separate Science GCSE. The school’s talent in providing a successful broad curriculum is reflected by A*-C achievement: 94% French, 88% History and 77% Geography, 81% Textiles, 81% in PE and 100% ICT CIDA.
Individual students to be commended on their personal excellence and achievement of the highest grades in the country (grade 9) are:
- Mollie Huxley 11 x A*-A, including grade 9 in English and Maths
- Emily Lord 8 x A*-A,
- Brendan Colls 7 x A*-A, including grade 9 in Maths
- Alistair Westmacott 10 x A*-A,
- Jodie Nutsford 8 x A*-A,
- Emma Wood 8 x A*-A,
- Jack Hayward 9 x A*-A,
- Amelia Chadwick 8 x A*-A,
- Joseph Scott 7 x A*-A,
- Kyra Skinner 5 x A*-A, including grade 9 in English
Ellie Leigh and Gemma Moody also achieved the highest grade in the country (estimated top 3%) by being awarded a Grade 9 in English.
Thank you to the staff who have worked so professionally to support our students and to our parents and carers for working in partnership with us to achieve these positive results.