Highest GCSE results in the school’s history

Joshua Evans, gained 13 GCSEs at A* or A, including A* in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, ICT and Business Studies being congratulated by Headteacher Gerard McNamara

Joshua Evans, who gained 13 GCSEs at A* or A, including A* in Mathematics, Further
Mathematics, ICT and Business Studies, being congratulated by Headteacher Gerard McNamara

Barry Comprehensive School is delighted to announce that, for the second year running, our GCSE results are the highest in the school’s history.

62% of our students achieved at least 5 A*-C grade GCSEs including English and Maths, and 90% of students achieved at least 5 A* -C grades.

Of particular note are:

  • Joshua Evans, who gained 13 GCSEs at A* or A, including A* in Mathematics,
    Further Mathematics, ICT and Business Studies;
  • James Hamer, who secured 12 A* or A grades, including A* in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Biology and Geology;
  • Chris Neale, with 12 A* or A grades, including A* in Mathematics, Further
    Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
  • Jason Grice, with 12 A* or A grades including A* in English, Mathematics,
    Further Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Drama and History
  • Daniel Brown, with 9 A* or A grades including A* in Mathematics, Further
    Mathematics and Religious Education.

Students, staff and governors have all worked tirelessly this year to continue
the huge improvements we made last year. A big factor in our success continues
to be the constant support of parents, who always insist on high standards for
our boys and regular homework being completed to a high standard.

With this fantastic news we look forward to the year ahead and further
improvements to celebrate. The vast majority of our students have now secured
the grades they need to progress to our Sixth Form or other choices, which
ensures we can all move forward together as a school community.

My heartfelt congratulations to all.

Gerard McNamara
Headteacher

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