Borough’s secondary schools continue to post “stand out” results

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Sutton Council is congratulating pupils, staff and governors in schools across the borough as their GCSE results on their outstanding GCSE results.

This year 83.7 per cent of pupils across Sutton achieved five or more GCSEs. This is up slightly from 2015, when the figure was 83.5 per cent.

The proportion of Sutton students scoring five or more A*-C grades including Maths and English is 79.0 per cent.

Amongst the standout results were Carshalton Girls, Greenshaw, John Fisher, Nonsuch Girls, Overton Grange, St Philomena’s, and Wallington Girls, all of which saw an increase in those achieving five A*-C including English and Maths.

Stanley Park High celebrated its best set of GCSE results to date, with 67 per cent of students achieving five or more GCSEs at grades A*-C, and 62 per cent securing A*-C in both Maths and English. Fifteen per cent of students achieved A*/A grades, an increase on the previous year, while 13 per cent achieved at least 5 A*/As, double the 2015 percentage.

Nonsuch, Sutton Grammar, Wallington Girls and Wilsons had a 100 per cent pass rate, with all students receiving A-C in English and Maths.

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