Exam Results 2010/11
63% of pupils achieved 5 A*-C in GCSEs or equivalents including English and maths
12% of all pupils achieved the English Bacc
81% of pupils made expected progress in English
63% of pupils made expected progress in maths
Students at Thomas Tallis are celebrating the best GCSE results in the school’s history. 63% of students achieved 5 or more A* to C grades including English and Maths and 79% achieved 5 or more C grades or better. 57% of our students achieved 5 or more A*-C including English, maths and two sciences. 9% of our grades were A* while 22% of the total 2329 results were at A*/A.
Also 99.6% of students achieved a qualification demonstrating that success has been achieved across the board.
There were some exceptional achievers:
Sang Nguyen 8 A* and 4 As
Christina Ho 8 A* and 2 As
Femi Oladipo 8A* and 2 Bs
Olivia Fletcher 7 A* and 5 As
Cam Ly Diep 7 A* and 4 As
Joe Brown 7 A* and 4 As
Ilyas Alav 6 A* and 7 As
Sianon Foster ^ 6 A* and 2 As
Adenike Soetan 6 A* and 2 As
Kitty Harvey 5 A* and 4 As
Frankie Mayo 4 A* and 5 As
Maisie Truong 4 A* and 5 As
These are in addition to our excellent performance at post 16. 173 students took A2 examinations with some outstanding individual results, see below, and good achievement across the whole range of abilities: 75% gained A*-C grades and 98% achieved A*-E. 75% of students studying vocational courses achieved an A*/A grade, 88% achieved an A*-C grade with 100% A*-E. Overall, 37% of grades were A*/A.
Some of the outstanding results are:
Maya Thomas Davis ( A*A*A), reading English at Balliol College Oxford
Jo Weir (A*A*A*), heading off to Oxford Brooks
Phoebe Demeger (A*AAB), reading English at Warwick;
Olawatomi Badmos (A*AAB), reading Chemical Engineering at Imperial College;
Tinu Fagbohun (AAAB), reading Maths at Kings College London;
Tallulah Harvey (A*AA), reading English at York;
Georgie Miles (AAA), studying Drama at Exeter;
Tala Ahmed (AAAA) studying Business Management at Westminster;
Tutsirai Charangwa (AAAA), reading Business at Brunel;
Michael Aquilina (A*AB), studying Geography at Manchester.
Nikhil Patel (A*A*A) reading Business at Brunel University.
Neringa Sutkute (AAAA) joining the London College of Fashion
'This excellent set of results is testimony to the hard work of our students working in tandem with my colleagues with the support of their parents. This has given them a great platform for progressing onto the next stage of their education here at Thomas Tallis’.
Executive Head Teacher, Byron Parker