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Excellent results for BVC students

Our students have come up trumps with an impressive haul of level 8 and 9s in their GCSE exams – that’s A/A* in old money.

Vickey Poulter, Head of School, said: “I am delighted to say that 35% of our students achieved at least 3 or more 7+ (A/A* equivalent) grades and 25% of all grades were at 7 or above.

“It’s an excellent achievement and the hard work of our staff and students has been rewarded in a year where the exams in all subjects have become more challenging and harder to secure these top grades. I am incredibly proud of them all.”

“We are particularly delighted with the grades for languages again this year – in Spanish half of the cohort achieved a 7-9 grade for the second year running and in Latin 58% of the cohort secured the top grades. 52% of all students achieved 5+ in English and Maths and 71% at 4+ in English and Maths.”

Well done to all students on their achievements this year. A number of students made excellent progress based on the new progress and achievement measures who should be particularly congratulated:

Top achievement – Grace Anderson, Sophie Burr, Adam Castle, Bea Cornwell, Holly Derrett, Lucas Hockley, Iain Lynn, Keira Sibbons, Imogen Sole, Libby Taylor.
Top progress based on the P8 scores – Holly Derrett, Jessica Sams, Hayden Byles, Jasmine Ho, Amelie Anderton, Keira Sibbons.

Year 10 students at BVC sat English language a year early with 71% achieving level 4 and above. Four students achieved grade 9 – Ed Evans, Cassie Evans, Rebecca Day and Eve Morris. A group of Year 10 students sat GCSE Psychology in association with the Cambridge Centre for Sixth Form Studies – all achieved A*-C.

Bassingbourn Village College

South End, Bassingbourn, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 5NJ

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