GCSE Results 2023
GCSE success continues in 2023 at Lowton Church of England High School.
Students and staff at Lowton Church of England High School are celebrating this year’s GCSE results, 52% of all exam entries being a strong pass (grade 5 or higher) and 76% of grades at grade 4 and above.
An impressive 80% of students in English achieved grade 4 or higher and 74% in mathematics, providing a strong foundation for the choice students make as they embark on their college courses. These are similar levels to that achieved in the excellent results last year.
Most students in Year 10 took their Religious Studies a year early. More than 1 in 5 students achieved the top grades a year before they finish their other GCSEs, with 63% achieving grade 4 or higher, and more than half a strong grade 5 pass.
These outcomes build on the success of the school last year, when it achieved ‘Good’ in all areas when it was inspected in March 2023.
Kieran Larkin, headteacher said: “These results are well deserved by students who have faced a tough last few years. Despite these challenges, there was 100% attendance by our students at their exams this year, reflecting their commitment and resilience. The achievements of students show that through hard work, dedication and aspiration for yourself you can achieve great things. We wish each of them the very best as they move on to the next chapter in their life. I want to pay particular tribute to our amazing staff team who have consistently gone above and beyond so that our students can succeed.”
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