Students and staff at Dr Challoner’s High School in Little Chalfont are celebrating superb exam results again.
Students are in high spirits with many gaining results that were even higher than they hoped for. Overall, the percentage of grade 9s achieved was 29%, combined grades 8 & 9 was 55% and 75% of grades were 7 or higher.
Holly Sendell-Barker, who achieved six grade 9s and two grade 8s said, “I’m so pleased. The teachers were really great and always went above and beyond to help us reach our potential.”
Daisy Walton, who achieved six 9s, one 8 and two 7s said, “I am very pleased with my results but I have to give lots of credit to my teachers who persevered with me.”
Alan Roe, Headteacher at Dr Challoner’s High School said, “We are so proud of our girls, this is an incredible achievement for them. This year group are enormously capable, conscientious, characterful and community-minded and deserve all of the success they are enjoying.”
“The results will also be a real source of encouragement and celebration for our hard-working and dedicated staff. The biggest overhaul of GCSEs in their 30 year history has led to significant additional work and uncertainty for teachers and these results, coupled with the reaction from our delighted Year 11s, is a just reward for them. Very well done to all girls and staff.”
Students at Dr Challoner’s High School, Little Chalfont, are celebrating after achieving outstanding A Level results and record-breaking university offers.
Over three quarters of girls gained their first choice university place with 14 securing places at Oxford and Cambridge universities. This followed exceptional results, with almost a half of all grades being A* or A grades, 77% B grade or above and 17% at A*. Ten girls achieved at least three A* grades. Staff were also very pleased that the pass rate was 100% as real emphasis is placed on not letting any girls slip through the net.
There will be great celebrations in the Nel household as twin sisters Katherine and Miranda Nel achieved three A* grades each across Maths and the Sciences. Catrina Bomford also got straight A*s and said, “I put my everything into these exams and I’m delighted that the hard work has paid off. It hasn’t sunk in yet but I’m sure the days and weeks to come will be wonderful.” Catrina will study Classics at Cambridge.
Rose Dakin achieved two A*s and an A and will study Liberal Arts at the University of Bristol. Rose said, “I made it through thanks to great help from the Sixth Form Team and my friends and the great academic environment Challoner’s High provided for me.”
Alan Roe, Headteacher at Dr Challoner’s High School said, “These results are a great achievement for our girls and staff. We are a hard-working school that strives for personal bests and I am so pleased to see the fruits of what is the culmination of a huge team effort over many years between girls, staff and parents.”
“I would like to congratulate Year 13 and thank them for the fabulous contribution they have made to our school thanks to their vibrant personalities, exceptional abilities and generous spirits and we wish them the very best as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.”
Examinations can prove a very stressful time for even the most competent student. We provide students with the support and learning they require to ensure they achieve the best grades possible.
Please find below a list of helpful documents for our examinations to help students and parents prepare themselves for the upcoming exam period.
We also provide the opportunity to re-sit or take exams privately, for more information please contact our Exams Officer. Re-sit and private entry form can be downloaded here.
More information about the examinations can be found via our Exam Boards websites:
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Below you can find our student results for GCSE, AS and A2 examinations.
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