Great success in the Valley
GCSE results have seen great success for Chew Valley's Year 11 pupils this year.
Despite the headlines about falling grades, results at the school have stayed stable with 64 per cent of students achieving the benchmark of 5A*-C including English and maths.
Almost a third of students achieved the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) by achieving A*-C in English, maths, science, a foreign language, and either history or geography.
There were some impressive individual performances, including Matthew Uppington who achieved an 8A* and two A grades. Joe Torrible and Joanna Shaw notched up 8A* grades, whilst Becky Fenn achieved 7A*s and 3 As. Natalie Palmer and Vicky Vipond achieved six A* and 4A grades each with the whole year group walking away with nearly 400 A* and A grades between them, with one in six achieving five or more A* and A grades.
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Head teacher Mark Mallett said: "Once again, students and teachers at Chew Valley have worked hard together to deliver an excellent set of results. Their achievements are well deserved after the conscientious way in which the students approached their studies."