66% of all grades were awarded at the very highest grades of 9 … ... Derby High School is celebrating its best ever set of GCSE results today. 22 Aug 2019 Derby High School is celebrating its best ever set of GCSE results today. Following the Government announcement on the 4th January school will be closed to all students except those that are children of Key Workers and vulnerable students. School leaders say they are “extremely concerned” at the fall in the percentage of 16-year-olds passing English language and Welsh Second Language at A*-C reported in today’s GCSE results. Senior High Notes 11th Oct 2019. Derby High School is delighted to announce excellent GCSE grades today, following on from the announcement earlier this week that students are to receive centre assessed grades this year, as a consequence of Covid related school closures preventing 2020 A level and GCSE examinations to be taken. Click here to view our remote learning guide for students and parents A total of 61% of all grades achieved are at 7+ (A*/A), with 36% of all grades at 8+ and A*. Derby High students are celebrating an excellent set of results for this year’s A level students with two thirds of grades at A*-B, and 38% at A*-A. The Government has announced opens in a new window that it will not publish any school or college level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020, and has outlined accountability arrangements opens in a new window for 2020/21. In addition to their A levels, almost half of the year group completed an Extended Project Qualification, which universities value highly for the independent skills developed in the process. Two students gained an exceptional set of straight 9s (A*+) across all subjects, which fewer than 700 students across the country achieved last year. Derby High School is delighted to announce excellent GCSE grades today, following on from the announcement earlier this week that students are to receive centre assessed grades this year, as a consequence of Covid related school closures preventing 2020 A level and GCSE examinations to be taken. The Blue Coat School in Liverpool is the best school based on GCSE results, keeping its top position from last year. Once again, students at Derby High School are celebrating today after achieving an excellent set of GCSE results with 100% overall pass rate and 98% of all grades A* - C equivalent (4+). 20 August 2020. The pupils of Wirral Grammar School for Girls are again celebrating wonderful GCSE results. Derby High School Celebrates GCSE Success. An unprecedented 50% of entries achieved grades 8 and 9 (previously graded A*), with 72% of all entries awarded grades 7-9 (A and A*). 2019; School / college progress score -0.23 -0.12 -0.22 Confidence interval Open help text for Progress score and description (A levels) opens a popup (-0.41 to -0.05) Open help text for A levels progress score for Derby High School (2017)) More score details (Image: John Taylor High School) Charlotte Clowes, Joseph Johnson and Benjamin Bradley achieved grade 8 or … John Taylor High School pupils picking up their 2019 GCSE results. Click here to see how our children will be educated remotely.