Millfield GCSE pupils achieve 84% 9-5 or A*-B grades
Millfield pupils are celebrating record GCSE results across 34 subjects, with 84% of grades being 9-5 (A*-B).
94% of grades achieved by our pupils were 9-4 (A*-C), again another record. The national average is 67%.
Outstanding achievers Lily De Lacy, Alexander Knox-Jones and Emily Paterson received an amazing 9 GCSEs at grade 9, the highest mark possible.
33% of Millfield pupils achieved a grade 9 (in at least one subject).
The following pupils achieved at least 8 GCSEs at grades 9-8: Lily De Lacy, Alexander Knox-Jones, Emily Paterson, Maria Elliot, Polly Painter, Thomas Gillespie, Harriet Dimdore-Miles, Yuka Machino, Mac Ryder, Madhav Puri, Katherine Chapple, Annabella Dawkins, Macy Hall, Saina Sodhi and Zoe Lindley-Smith.
The fantastic GCSE outcomes follow last week’s record high 12% A* or equivalent grade at A Level, Pre-U and BTEC, and 84.6% A*-C or equivalent grade at A level. Millfield Sixth Form pupils make up the largest independent school Sixth Form community in the UK.
Millfield Headmaster, Gavin Horgan, said, “These fantastic results are a testament to all of our pupils’ hard work and dedication and the quality of teaching at Millfield. I’m delighted to see so many multi-talented pupils amongst the names listed in our top achievers; not only have they done well academically, but they have also excelled in music, sport and co-curricular activities as well. Amongst our top achievers are a pianist, cellist, singer, a Hickstead Championship winning horse-rider, a representative for the UK team at the European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad, an England age-group hockey player, a nationally ranked tennis player and a county academy female cricketer. On behalf of the school, I wish all Year 11 pupils’ success as they embark on the next stage of their education.”