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Posted on August 22nd 2019
Year 11 Students Celebrate Excellent GCSE Results
Year 11 students at Harris Academy Chafford Hundred are celebrating another year of excellent GCSE results.
28% of all results achieved were at grades 7 to 9 (equivalent to grades A/A*). 86 of all the results awarded were at the much coveted grade 9.
In English Literature, 13 students achieved the very highest grade of a 9 while 54 (32%) of the Year 11 cohort achieved grades 7 to 9, a magnificent result.
Students also performed exceptionally well in Maths with 48 students (28%) gaining grades 7 to 9, of which 31 achieved the aspirational grades 8 and 9.
Achievement in the Sciences is similarly impressive. Of the talented scientists following the academic separates pathway, the majority achieved the very highest grades with 95% gaining grades 7 and above in Physics, 90% in Chemistry and 80% in Biology.
VIKTORIA (pictured above) achieved grade 9s in all her subjects: Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, English Language, English Literature, History, Latin, Maths, Physics and Spanish. Well done Viktoria on a remarkable achievement!
“I would like to congratulate our Year 11 students and am so pleased to see them reaping the rewards of all their hard work throughout their time at HACH," said Executive Principal Nicky Graham. "I look forward to working with the many who will be staying on at HACH Sixth Form in the future. The consistent level of excellence across subjects this year is particularly pleasing.”
Congratulations go to the following students who have achieved particularly outstanding results.
VIKTORIA achieved grade 9s in all her subjects, a remarkable achievement.
AMBIKA achieved 9s in English Language and Literature, History, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology and Spanish. She gained 8s in Biology, Business, Chemistry and Maths.
AROOB achieved 9s in Biology, Business, Chemistry, English Language, English Literature, Food, French, History, Maths and Physics. She gained an 8 in Computer Science
MUSTAFA achieved 9s in Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English Literature, Psychology and Spanish. He gained 8s in Business, Computer Science and Geography as well as a 7 in English Language.
CONNOR achieved 9s in Computer Science, Geography, Maths and Science Trilogy. He gained 8s in English Language, Literature and Media as well as a 7 in Business.
LUCY achieved 9s in Biology, Chemistry, Maths, Physics and Psychology. She gained 8s in Art, Business, French and History, a 7 in English Literature and a 6 in English Language.
JAY achieved 9s in the Separate Sciences, 8s in Business, English Language and Literature, Geography, Maths and Sociology as well as a 7 in Spanish and a 6 in Psychology.
KASHMALA achieved 9s in English Language and Literature, History, Maths and Spanish, 8s in Food and Science Trilogy as well as 7s in Business and Philosophy.
JASMINDER achieved 9s in English Language and Literature as well as Science Trilogy and 8s in Food, French, History, Maths, Psychology and Sociology.
GEORGE achieved 9s in Maths and Science Trilogy, 8s in Business, English Language and Literature, 7s in Media and Psychology as well as a 6 in French.
YASMIN achieved 9s in Chemistry, English Literature, 8s in Art, Biology, Geography, Maths and Psychology. She gained 7s in French, Physics and Sociology as well as a 6 in English Language.
BEN achieved 9s in History and Science Trilogy as well as 8s in Business, English Literature, Maths and Sociology. He also gained 7s in English language, German and Psychology.
THULASHI achieved a grade 9 in Psychology, 8s in Chemistry, History and Sociology as well as 7s in Biology, English Language and Literature, Food, Maths, Physics and Spanish.
JACK achieved a 9 in Physics and 8s in Biology, Business, Chemistry, Maths and Product Design. He also gained 7s in English Language and Literature, Geography and Psychology as well as a 6 in Spanish.
We would also like to recognise the following students for the outstanding progress they made during their time at HACH compared to their starting point from primary school: