High grades and happy faces


Students from The Earls High School are celebrating some excellent results this morning. Results continue to go from strength to strength at the school and the students are now looking to build on their successes as they move onto A levels, other level 3 qualifications or apprenticeships. 

Mr Loveday, head teacher said “it is great to see so many smiling faces at this stage of the student’s educational journey because it means students have many new opportunities before them. GCSE is a key hurdle to overcome and with the importance of achieving well in English and Maths for a student’s future progress I am particularly pleased with how well students have done in these two areas.” 

Mr Fox, deputy head teacher added “education is a long journey requiring great foundations in primary schools, students with the right attitude to hard work, supportive parents and a dedicated staff to help bring out the very best from those students. I would like to extend my congratulations to all of these groups for their part in these successes.” 

Mr Loveday added “we were delighted to hear last week that so many of our previous Earls students who went onto study A levels and other level 3 qualifications have done well. We are confident that our students leave us with the qualifications and personal qualities to be successful in the next stage of their journey and wish them all the very best”. 

70% of students achieved grade 4 or better in English and Maths with 50% of students achieving grade 5 or better in both. 

Particular congratulations goes to: 

James Harcourt who achieved 8 grade 9s and 3 grade 8s 

Ryan D’arcy who achieved 6 grade 9s and 2 grade 8s 

Adam Smith who achieved 6 grade 9s and 8 and a 7 

Hana Potter, Taran Deol, Dan Gorst, Lauren Weaver, James Wheway, Harmeet Doal, Jack Postones and Hollie White also achieved 2 or more grade 9s 

Congratulations also go to Helia Melani, Catherine McCann, Adam Stinchcombe, Amar Rai, Tom Kirkpatrick, Mary West, Ali Suraya, Sufyan Ahmed, Jack Weston, Sandeep Kaur and Amie Clarke who made outstanding progress over their time here at The Earls and should be very proud of their achievements.