Exam Results 2018 - GCSE

Sale Grammar School students have achieved an absolutely superb set of GCSE results, OUR BEST EVER; particularly pleasing in a time of such great change and increased challenge.  The hard work, time and effort that students have invested over the last few years has produced some truly exceptional results. The impressively high number of students achieving Grade 9 (a grade above the old A*) in English and Mathematics is particularly commendable. These exceptional young men and women now have a bedrock of academic qualifications that reflects their mature and conscientious approach and affords them many, many new opportunities.

62% of ALL results came back as either a 7, 8 or 9 grade - an exceptional achievement!

"We are so proud of our students, and our congratulations go out to them and our fantastic team of staff, for achieving these incredibly results.  Our students are in a great position to start their next chapter with real confidence to follow their dreams.  Congratulations to the Class of 2018!”    Headteacher, Mr Smallwood

71% of students achieved five or more GCSEs at grades 7, 8 and 9;

44% achieved eight or more grades 7, 8 and 9!

Please take the time to review our performance tables at the Department for Education - click here.

Special mention must go to the following students however who achieved a grade 8 or 9 in ALL of their GCSE exams.  Congratulations!

Ross Davenport

Warren Koubeh

Maygen Senior

Aaron Thomas


And also to these students who achieved a grade 7, 8 or 9 in ALL of their GCSE exams.  Well done to you all!

Imogen Hill-Norris

Tiya Raithatha

Kathryn Brown

Marianne Blandamer

Phoebe Cartwright

Edwin Koubeh

Mohammad Chowdhury

Ruth Naylor

Hannah Sevant

Anya Siddiqui

Katriya Webster

Ahmad Chowdhury

Emily Lin

Nathan Maybury

Grace Moran-Birch

Ritvik Rao

Maha Shahzada

Alina Hussain

Thomas Khan

Aditya Phatak

Ruby Kell

Muhammad Hannan Tariq

Maham Malik

Jessica Taylor

Amy Stackhouse

Ben Chown

Ada Orlow

Elise Turner

Daniel Yu



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