Excellent GCSE results are being celebrated at Norwich High with 54% of grades at A* to A grade.
Fourteen girls achieved straight A*/A grades each, with 22 achieving between 4 and 10 A*s each. Congratulations must particularly go to Niamh Adcock, Raffaella Dickins-Eastick, Freya Irving and Eloise Roghi who achieved 8 A*s each, Emily Green, Nikki Kerdegari, Lara Wells and Heather Wilcox who achieved 9 A*s each and Alice Quarterman who gained a straight 10 A*s. That’s an amazing 78 A*s between this group of nine.
English results were fantastic with 90% A*-B grades in the Literature exam and 87% A*-B grades in the Language exams.
Modern Foreign Language results were once again very high in the school with 84% achieving A*-B grades over the three languages studied. A cohort of 20 girls achieved nearly 50% A* in German, with 86% achieving A* to A grades. Latin results were also excellent, with 91% of girls gaining A* to A, with many girls achieving perfect marks of 100 in several of the units. There were strong results in Science too, with 45% of all Biology entries attaining A*.
Performing and Creative Arts results were once again a strength at Norwich High with 100% of girls gaining A* to C grades in Art, Textiles and Drama, and 100% achieving a brilliant A* to B grade in Music. 75% of Art students gained an outstanding A* to A grade, closely followed by 71% who achieved the same in Textiles. Isobel Holroyd particularly impressed in Drama, gaining a perfect score in both of her units.
Kirsty von Malaisé, Headmistress said: ‘Our girls have once again worked very hard to achieve this brilliant set of results. I am thrilled to be able to celebrate so many excellent individual successes, with particular congratulations to the nine girls who achieved 8 or more A*s! I am very proud to work with such motivated and talented young women, who are all supported by our highly dedicated team of staff.'
Staff at Norwich High School would like to congratulate all the girls for their excellent results and look forward to continuing with them on their educational journeys as Sixth Form students in September.