Talbot Heath

GCSEs Making History


It was an historical moment for GCSE student Amy Jackson who attained one hundred percent across all three of her history papers on the Modern World. The 16-year-old student from Talbot Heath School in Bournemouth achieved nine A* and one A grade, and was amongst a number of pupils who achieved full marks across their papers in a range of subjects. Fellow historians Frankie Holman and Alice Stein both achieved ninety-nine percent on their papers adding to their string of A* and A grades. 60% of all grades at the Rothesay Road school were A* or A with a third of the students attaining A* and A grades. Junior Singer of the Year, Iolla Grace attained a soaring scale of results with seven A* and two A grades, and fellow students Rosie Alder and Katherine Tucker both attained eight A* grades and one A grade. In the year group two national netballers, Abigail Robson and Lucinda Leaton both achieved ten GCSEs, and the two Junior Wimbledon participants Lauryn John-Baptiste and Jodie Burrage both attained seven GCSEs.

The Head, Angharad Holloway, thanked the staff for all of their hard work and commitment and said, ‘They are a year group of very talented young women and I am very proud that they have performed at this high level in their studies. Well done to all of the girls.'

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