23 August

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    144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively.  As with A Level,  diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst  English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively.  Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C.

    Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*’s, Joe Curran gained 10A*’s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*’s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received  8*A*’s and 3 A’s.

    Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE,  stated, “ I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the  strength in our languages and arts.  The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment  - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects.  Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.”