Summer 2017 GCSE Results Update
Summer 2016 GCSE Results
Summer 2016 GCSE Results Update Success for Fulham Cross Girls School – best results ever!
This year at Fulham Cross Girls’ School, 76% of students achieved five or more A* to C grade GCSEs with English and Maths. This exceeds the national average by some way and we are delighted.
Our progress 8 score which will be published under the new government measures is expected to be one of the highest in the country. The average grade achieved by students was a grade B and almost of quarter of all grades were A/A grades. 22 girls received 10 or more A or A grades.
Further highlights in individual subjects include 90% A - C in Classical Civilisation, 89% in English Literature, 85% in Geography and Psychology, 88% in RS and 100% in Physical Education. Subjects with an impressive number of A/A grades include; Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Physics, RS with 78%, 68%, 55%, 75%, 55% respectively.
Peter Haylock, Executive Principal, Fulham College Academy Trust has said: “The girls and staff should be really proud of what they have achieved, these are a fantastic set of results. They are a reflection of the hard work that everyone puts in. Our staff go above and beyond and our students also give everything.’
Many individual students have shone out in their success, achieving excellence in every subject. To name but a few with a raft of As and As: Amatullah Aboubouche, Noon Ahmed, Zainab Al Russell, Laila Bouche, Ithar Ermak, Sipeng Jia, Fatima Lovisetto Azzouz, Bina Mustafa, Ezra Zaglam. The girls were all very pleased with their results and there was a buzz all around the building this morning as the students arrived nervous and anticipatory. A special mention must also go to Noof Al Otaibi a student with a visual impairment who made the most progress overall. She averaged 4 grades above her targets in each subject and achieved 1A, 3A and 4B grades plus an A in A Level Arabic.
Breakdown of results will be uploaded soon.
Please follow the link here to observe historic data regarding the schools performance: https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/139365