Sir William Perkins results up yet again…

Staff and pupils at Sir William Perkins’s School in Chertsey are celebrating another great set of GCSE results this year, with well over half of all grades at A*.

There are some amazing statistics this year – in addition to the above, 13% of students got ten or more A* grades, 40 students got at least eight A* grades, and 54% of all grades were at A8 – a best ever statistic.

Of particular note are the following girls, all of whom got ten or more A* grades:

Emily Baker (Walton)

Emma Brown (Weybridge)

Annabel Herzog (Weybridge)

Malaika Jalali (Windsor)

Sophie Johnston (Hampton)

Tess Lambert (Lyne)

Katherine Lee-Brown (Addlestone)

Tamsin Mantel-Cooper (Woking)

Talay Namintraporn (Ottershaw)

Ella Sumner (Englefield Green)

Elisa Sayal (Windsor)

Helena Thompson (Woking)

Lydia Williams (Eton)

Mr Chris Muller, Head, said “Although we knew that this year’s results were bound to be excellent, we are still astounded by the achievements of the girls, and of course the staff who have made it possible. The statistics this year are mind-boggling, and with results like these, the girls are on a very sound footing to carry on with their sixth form studies – we will watch for their A level results in two years’ time with a great sense of optimism! We congratulate them all, and they should be extremely proud of their success.”

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