GCSE success at Coopers School

We were delighted to celebrate the tremendous success of our Year 11 students, who collected their GCSE results last month. We were both incredibly pleased and proud of their efforts, with these outcomes representing the culmination of five years of tireless dedication, hard work and resilience – even in the most testing of circumstances.

These public examinations marked the first time in the students’ secondary careers that they had been externally assessed, and as a cohort, they have already faced great adversity and disruption to their studies over recent years, due to unprecedented circumstances. Our students should be incredibly proud of all they have achieved.

Demonstrating faultless determination and ambition, a number of students opened their envelopes, to find a sweep of exceptionally high grades. Both Jayden and Leyla achieved 7 x 9s, 2 x 8s and 1 x 7 each, with Noah amassing 5 x 9s, 4 x 8s and 1 x 6. Steve was overjoyed with his 3 x 9s, 5 x 8s and 1 x 7, with Leo receiving 4 x 9s, 4 x 8s, 1 x 7 and 1 x 6. Between Alexa, Pratyush, Nattapat, Darci and Dominic, there were a further 13 x 9s, 17 x 8s and 7 x 7s.

We take huge pleasure in seeing the success of each and every one of our students – and the whole cohort should feel pleased with their fantastic accomplishments. We have been delighted that overall outcomes for students have improved significantly.

We would like to take this moment to express our sincere thanks to our staff, parents and carers who have worked in partnership with us to support the Year 11 cohort. If you are interested in your child joining our Coopers community, this year’s Open Evening is on Thursday 28th September.