Tanbridge House students break GCSE records for the fourth year running

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STUDENTS and staff at Tanbridge House School, Horsham, have been celebrating after 90% of students gained five or more A*-C grades in their GCSE results.

The results, released on Thursday 24th August, mark another year on year improvement for the school, which saw 84% of students gaining A*-C grades in 2010.

Headteacher Jules White was delighted to announce another stunning set of GCSE results. “66% of students gained five or more GCSEs at A* - C including English & Maths whilst 90% gained five or more good GCSE passes.

“These results are a credit to everyone connected to Tanbridge House School, particularly the students and the staff who have worked so hard to achieve them.”

As well as gaining an incredible set of GCSE results as a year group, there were some outstanding individual exam results amongst Tanbridge House students.

One in five Tanbridge students achieved seven or more A*-A grades which is a fantastic achievement for the students and for the school. 16 students achieved more than 10 A* - A grades, including Louise North, who gained an incredible 10 A*s and five A grades.

Year 11 student Kieran Carter not only achieved excellent GCSE results including two A*s and six As, but he also gained an A in his A2 Music exam, which he studied for alongside his GCSEs, two years earlier than usual.