Dormers Wells High School continues to deliver outstanding outcomes for all learners.
We are delighted to report an excellent set of examination results for our Year 11 students.
65% of students achieved a Grade 9 to 4 (A*-C equivalent) in English and mathematics.
58% of all entries achieved the 5+ strong GCSE pass.
We were particularly delighted at the high number of students achieving the top grades: 50% of students gaining the top Grade 5-9 in English and mathematics. With a quarter of all students achieving the highest grades (Grade 7-9) in English and mathematics.
Headteacher, Ms Roisin Walsh said: "We are extremely proud of the achievements of all of our students. As expected, the class of 2018 have achieved outstanding GCSE results which will enable them to take the next steps in their educational careers. Congratulations to our hard working Y11 students and our specialist, committed staff."
After all the hard work, it is now time to think about the next stage of our students' education. We are therefore delighted to welcome back many of our Year 11s as they join the DWHS 6th Form to begin their A level and BTEC courses.
Please click on the link below for access to the 2016/2017 performance figures on the DfE website.
Dormers Wells High School is pleased to announce that our learners have yet again achieved a fantastic sent of A Level and Level 3 BTEC results, allowing them to progress to universities and higher level apprenticeships of their choice.
In Year 13, 41% of A Level grades were awarded A*-B with 98% of students gaining A*-E. In A Level Maths, over 78% of all entries were A*-B.
We are also immensely proud of our students' Level 3 BTEC grades; an impressive 100% of the school's Business BTEC students achieved distinction*.
Roisin Walsh, Headteacher, commented: "We are thrilled with our learners, who have achieved such a remarkable set of results. They reflect just how hard our learners and staff have worked together to achieve these outcomes."
We are very proud of all our students, but some individuals have really shone this year.
Aayush Alkesh A*A*AA in Further Maths, Maths, Chemistry and Physics and will study physics in his home country, India.
Shahir Ahmed A*A*AB in Maths, Physics, Further Maths and Chemistry and will be reading Mechanical Engineering at Bath University.
Vivitsha Zala AAB in Maths, Biology and Chemistry and is reading Pharmacy at UCL.
Rianna Vaghjiani AAB in Maths, Chemistry and History will go to Warwick to read Accounting & Finance.
Tanmeet Ahuja A*AB in Psychology, Maths and Biology who will be reading Psychology at University of Bath.
Mithunan Balakumaran AAB in Geography, Maths and Psychology and will read Economics & Finance at Queen Mary University London.
Gurpreet Deol AAB in Maths, Physics and Chemistry will read Mechanical Engineering at Leeds University.
Sisters Zumaya Adam (AAB in Maths, Biology and Chemistry) and Zundus Adam (A*BC Geography, Biology and Chemistry) will read Pharmacy and Biomedical Science in Queen Mary University London and UCL respectively.
Chloe Carter A*AB in Photography, English Literature and Drama will read English Literature & Linguistics at Queen Mary University London.
As well as Ameerah Nehor who will be reading Physics & Partical Physics at Queen Mary.
Shuayb Adam and Alfayad Mahdi both achieved triple distinction in Business Studies and will be reading Business & Management with a year in Industry at University of Kent.
Two of our Level 3 Health and Social Care students, Sahra Osman and Yasmine Maalin who achieved triple distinction will be reading Children's Nursing at Kings College London.