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GCSE Results Day – 22nd August 2019


Students and staff at Meopham School are celebrating another set of stunning GCSE results. 

An incredible 88% achieved Grade 4 or above in English, with 68% achieving a Level 5.  Results were equally strong in Maths, with 81% achieving a Grade 4 and 64% achieving a Grade 5.  79% achieved a Grade 4 or above in both English and Maths, with 57% achieving a Grade 5.  This is a significant increase in the already strong results achieved last year, which secured an Outstanding Ofsted judgement in January of this year. 

There were many students celebrating exceptional success.  Connie Baillie achieved 9 Strong (Grade 5 and above) Passes, including Grade 8s in English Language, English Literature and History.  She also achieved two Starred Distinctions in Health and Social Care and Sport.  Connie said, “I am just so happy to have achieved these results.” Teddie Humphrey achieved 8 Strong Passes, including two Grade 8s in Science, and Grade 7 in both History and Catering, as well as a Starred Distinction in Business Studies.  Teddie said, “I am so relieved and happy.”  Harry Ives achieved 9 Strong Passes included two Grade 8s in Science, a Grade 7 in Maths, and a Starred Distinction in Business Studies.  He said, “I am so shocked.  I couldn’t have done it without the support of my great teachers.” 

Headteacher, Suzanne Dickinson, said, “We are thrilled with the outcomes achieved by our students again this year.  Incredibly, we have further improved on the considerable success achieved over the past three years.  We are delighted that our students have continued to perform so strongly across the board.” 

Deputy Headteacher, Kate Girling, said, “I am so proud of what our students and staff have achieved.  Everyone has worked so hard and I am overjoyed to see our students rewarded for their hard work.”

Suzanne Dickinson added, “The exceptional outcomes consistently achieved by our pupils is a testament to our highly aspirational and supportive ethos.  The impact of this on the lives of our pupils is transformational.”

Pictured:  Connie Bailie, Harry Ives and Teddie Humphrey

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