Thursday 25 August 2022 – GCSE RESULTS DAY 2022
Here it is… GCSE RESULTS DAY 2022 in Coventry and across the country.
👏🏿A massive well done to all the school leavers in Coventry receiving your GCSE results today!👏🏿— Taiwo Owatemi MP (@TaiwoOwatemi) August 25, 2022
I hope that you were able to achieve the results you needed to take the steps on your learning journey, and regardless of what you choose to do next, good luck! #GCSEResultsDay pic.twitter.com/ii6Wt87rKO
Restricted release days
The day before students receive their test results is Wednesday 24th August 2022. Only exam office workers and centre directors can access the results starting at 12:01 a.m. Some staff will be on site at this time. On Thursday, Schools can give students their grade slips starting at 8 a.m. GCSEs will be graded 9-1
GCSE results mark an incredible year for Coventry students
GCSE results mark an incredible year for Coventry students
Coventry children are enjoying their GCSE results today, after a difficult two years of dealing with the pandemic’s numerous challenges.
In comparison to 2019, the 2022 Coventry GCSE results indicate the following improvements:
- Strong pass (grades 9-5) in English and Maths combined – from 38% in 2019 to 47% in 2022
- Standard pass (grades 9-4) in English and Maths combined – from 59% in 2019 to 66% in 2022
- Strong pass (grades 9-5) in English – from 57% in 2019 to 65% in 2022
- Standard pass (grades 9-4) in English – from 73% in 2019 to 78% in 2022
- Strong pass (grades 9-5) in Maths – from 43% in 2019 to 51% 2022
- Standard pass (grades 9-4) in Maths – from 65% in 2019 to 70% in 2022
- Attainment 8 (results across 8 subjects) – from 43.6 in 2019 to 46.7 points in 2022
Additional help and guidance are available through the National Careers Service, which offers free and impartial information and advice, as well as professional careers advisors who may be reached via webchat. Their Exam Results Helpline 0800 100 900 is also available to assist young people and their parents in considering their next steps and determining the best path for them – open weekdays 8am-8pm, Saturdays and bank holidays 10am-5pm. Calls from landlines and most mobile numbers are free.
GCSE RESULTS DAY 2022 COVENTRY SCHOOLS ROUNDUP
Blue Coat CE School, Stoke
Blue Coat kids performed admirably in their GCSE exams in 2022. We are overjoyed with the outcomes they have achieved after two difficult years of the pandemic. With over 2000 GCSEs taken, we are delighted that over 33% of these marks were at Grade 7 or better. While our most talented students excelled, we are especially thrilled that over 80% of our students received a Grade 5 in English and over 60% in Maths. Over 86% of all grades were 4+, with 73% being 5+. Our unvalidated progress score is +0.48, demonstrating how well our kids have performed.
We were overjoyed to see so many pleased smiles when the students picked up their results, and the number of pupils choosing to continue their study into the sixth form is the most we have ever seen. Following the fantastic A level results from last week, we are also enrolling a number of external applications for September.
Cardinal Wiseman RC School, Potters Green
Following the first in-person exams since 2019, students at Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School in Coventry have received their GCSE results. The Romero Catholic Academy school experienced an improvement in 2019 results, with 42.3 percent of Year 11 students achieving grades 9-5, up from 33.1 percent three years before. The school achieved a perfect 9-4 in Triple Science, which includes Chemistry, Biology, and Physics, with many students studying STEM topics at the school’s Sixth Form, who also improved on 2019 scores in last week’s A Level results.
Eden Girls’ School, Foleshill
Eden Girls’ School is celebrating after receiving outstanding GCSE results.
79% of students received grades 9-5 in English and Math, placing them in the top 1% of all schools in the country.
86% of students received grades 9-4 in English and Math, placing them in the top 5% of all schools in the country.
Eden Girls’ School in Coventry is celebrating great GCSE results after students took examinations for the first time since 2019.
Pupils have bravely surmounted two years of disruption to their education, including lockdowns, self-isolation, and illness, with 79% gaining a’strong pass’ (grades 9-5) in GCSE English and Maths.
Today, school employees and parents celebrated with students as they moved on to the next level of their study or training.
Hawwa Hussain, who was named Coventry’s Young Poet Laureate last year, was one of the school’s top students. She achieved several leadership positions in school while achieving some outstanding grades, including eight grade 9s, one grade 8, and two grade 7s.
Hawwa plans to continue her education in sixth form by studying Biology, Psychology, and Drama, with the goal of one day becoming a neuroscientist.
Anand Patel, Principal of Eden Girls’ School in Coventry, said:
“To see so many happy faces today, celebrating together, has been incredibly heart-warming for me and my team. Our pupils have faced numerous unprecedented challenges throughout their education so I hope this day has made it all worthwhile.
“Our staff have been with them every step of the way, so I would like to thank them for making sure they provide our pupils with the best possible chance of achieving their ambitions.
“Congratulations to all of those receiving results today and I wish you the best of luck for whatever you pursue next.”
After being appointed Coventry’s Poet Laureate last year, Hawwa Hussain is now celebrating her fantastic GCSE results. Read about her alongside many others @edengirlscov below….— Star Academies (@StarAcademies) August 25, 2022
GCSEs #GCSEResultsDay #ResultsDay #WeAreStar pic.twitter.com/SQeVa1f3Fr
Finham Park School, Finham
Full Report : https://finhampark.com/
Congratulations to the Finham Park School class of 2022 for an exceptional set of GCSE results! Students took external exams for the first time since COVID-19, and the difficulty of this task cannot be underestimated considering the disruption to their education. 81% of pupils received a grade of 4 to 9 in both English and Math. Finham Park students obtained an average GCSE grade of 5.7 this year, with 84% of students studying the English Baccalaureate suite of exams.
We would like to thank both instructors and parents for their assistance in assisting our students in following their chosen courses into Post-16 education.
President Kennedy School, Holbrooks
Students and faculty at President Kennedy School are ecstatic following an outstanding set of GCSE results this summer.
Standards have risen across most academic subjects at President Kennedy School, with Math and Science in particular performing exceptionally well. Students outperformed national averages in major disciplines like English, Math, and Science.
There have also been some outstanding individual performances, with a substantial proportion of our pupils achieving A/A* or higher (grade 9) in all or virtually all of their courses. This performance occurred against the backdrop of much more difficult exams.
Waiting on updates
Caludon Castle School, Wyken
Cardinal Newman RC School, Keresley
Coundon Court, Coundon
Barr’s Hill School, Radford
Bishop Ullathorne RC School, Finham
Ernesford Grange Community Academy, Ernesford Grange
Finham Park 2 School, Tile Hill
Foxford Community School, Longford
Grace Academy, Potters Green
Lyng Hall School, Edgwick
Seva School, Wyken
Sidney Stringer Academy, Hillfields
Stoke Park School, Stoke
West Coventry Academy, Tile Hill
The Westwood Academy, Canley
Whitley Academy, Whitley
WMG Academy for Young Engineers, Coventry
What are GCSE’s
GCSE = General Certificate of Secondary Education. School, college, and employer appreciate them greatly. The qualification comprises studying theory, investigative work, and some practical work. They’re studied full-time at school or college for five terms. GCSEs are offered in 60 disciplines and vocational sectors.
With GCSEs, you’re mostly tested on written exams and course features like:
projects \ fieldwork \ artwork \ experiments \ investigations
GSCEs aren’t all scored the same. Design, for example, has more homework and fewer exams.
GCSE courses are divided into units with tests at the conclusion of each. Some GCSEs end with exams.
The CCEA oversees qualifications in Northern Ireland.
CCEA GCSE grading changed in summer 2019. Now there’s a C* and fewer will get an A*. Other examining bodies, such as AQA, OCR, Pearson, or Eduqas, employ a number-graded framework for GCSEs, with nine being the highest grade and one the lowest. You may receive both letters and numbers in your GCSE results, so it’s crucial to know how they relate.
For more, see a guide on GCSE grading changes.
What GCSEs can do?
A GCSE can open doors such as:
Higher education may require certain GCSEs. Most universities and colleges require five GCSEs, including English and math, plus A levels or similar degrees.
Applied GCSEs allow you to use your subject knowledge in a practical way. Comparable to two regular GCSEs.
These GCSEs are assessed to the same standard as academic GCSEs, but you’ll create more practical work. You will investigate and create a portfolio.
These GCSEs have comparable growth patterns as standard GCSEs.
The GCSEs allow you additional alternatives for what and how to study. It’s like half a GCSE, yet the standard is the same. You can take them in three terms, or half the time. You can spread a short course out over the same duration as a typical GCSE if you learn slowly.
Short courses allow more able students to take a second language. They’re also beneficial if your school or college schedule prohibits you from taking a full GCSE.
These can lead to comparable paths as regular GCSEs, but certain A-level subjects require a complete GCSE in that subject.
When tests fail
If you suspect your exam was mismarked, your school or FE college can remark or recount. An appeals process is conducted by the awarding organisation and, if needed, the independent Examinations Appeals Board. GCSE modules can be retaken separately. One unit retake is allowed. The best effort will count.
Top Schools in Coventry for GCSE English and Maths 2020/2021
|School name||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs|
|Blue Coat Church of England School||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 55%|
|Eden Girls’ School Coventry||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 55%|
|Bishop Ullathorne Catholic School||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 54%|
|Cardinal Newman Catholic School||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 53%|
|Finham Park School||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 52%|
|Barr’s Hill School and Community College||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 45%|
|President Kennedy School Academy||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 43%|
|Sidney Stringer Academy||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 42%|
|Caludon Castle School||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 40%|
|Coundon Court||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 39%|
|Stoke Park School||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 36%|
|Grace Academy Coventry||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 33%|
|The Westwood Academy||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 33%|
|Pattison College||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 31%|
|WMG Academy for Young Engineers||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 30%|
|Ernesford Grange Community Academy||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 28%|
|Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 26%|
|West Coventry Academy||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 26%|
|Foxford School and Community Arts College||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 23%|
|Whitley Academy||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 23%|
|Lyng Hall School||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 16%|
|Corley Centre||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 7%|
|Woodfield||Grade 5 or above in English & maths GCSEs 4%|