Causeway's Headteacher, Liza Leung, said: “We are delighted with the achievements of our Year 11 students, who sat a higher number of mainly exam based papers with new and more challenging content across all subjects. We are so very proud of our students who have worked really hard and thoroughly deserve our congratulations.”
The school reports particularly successful results for Triple Science and Geography, with 97 percent of students passing in Biology and 62 percent passing in Geography. The results for the challenging English and Mathematics exams were very encouraging with 54 percent of students attaining 9 to 4 grades in English and 51 percent in Maths.
Students celebrating top grades include Jack Walker with a set of ten 9 to 7 grades, Ryan Hopkins and Cameron Southgate who achieved ten 8 to 6 grades. Jack was awarded the highest possible grade 9 for both Chemistry and Biology and Ryan achieved a grade 8 in six subjects. Other high flyers include Cerys James, Jamie Brito, Melissa Dolan, Jordan Hall, Holly James, George Phillips, Reece Swan-Allnutt and Ella Tucker who all achieved 10 GCSEs including grades 7 and 8.