Exams Information

Below you can find exams calendar and exams results for the relevant years.

2018 GCSE Results

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of pupils achieved 9-4 in English.

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of pupils achieved 9-4 in Maths.

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of pupils achieved 9-4 in both English and Maths.

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of pupils achieved the prestigious English Baccalaureate.

At Cavendish School, the staff and governors are delighted to congratulate all Year 11 pupils for achieving our best ever results.  Over 75% of our pupils achieved Grades 9-4 in both English & Maths. We are very pleased with strong performance across a wide range of subjects and the very strong progress our pupils have made.

Headteacher, Peter Marchant said, “We are extremely proud of the achievements of all our Year 11 pupils. Our results reflect the hard work and commitment of pupils, parents and staff. I am delighted that we have once again achieved our best ever results. Early indications are that our results for a strong pass in English and Maths will place us in the top 5% of similar schools nationally.”

A large number of pupils have achieved very strong results but special congratulations go to Mia Gibbs, Archie Sage, Erin Banks and who achieved grades 7-9 in all of their GCSES. A large number of pupils made significant progress whilst at Cavendish School. A special mention should go to Daniel Waisman, Nisha Paul and Josef Stringfellow.

Exams Calendar


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2017 GCSE Results

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of pupils achieved 9-4 in English.

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of pupils achieved 9-4 in Maths.

%

of pupils achieved 9-4 in both English and Maths.

%

of pupils achieved the prestigious English Baccalaureate.

At Cavendish School, the staff and governors are delighted to congratulate all Year 11 pupils for achieving another set of excellent results.  For a second consecutive year, over 71% of our pupils achieved Grades 9-4 in English & Maths and 65% achieving combined results.

Headteacher, Peter Marchant, said, “We are extremely proud of the achievements of all our Year 11 pupils. Our results across all subjects reflect the hard work and commitment of pupils, parents and staff. Over 90% of pupils achieved A*-C in Triple Science, Art, RE, Music and Photography. The results are another indication of the progress the school has made.

There were a large number of pupils who made significant progress whilst at Cavendish School. Special congratulations go to Poppy Mercer, Annabel Wills, George Kyprianou-Hickman, Joe Dicksee and Charlotte Roberts Rajoo, who achieved the equivalent of A* or A in all of their GCSEs.”

2016 GCSE Results

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of pupils achieved A*-C in both English and Maths.

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of pupils achieved 5A*-C including English and Maths.

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of pupils made 3 Levels of Progress in English. The best result in Eastbourne.

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of pupils made 3 Levels of Progress in Maths.

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of pupils achieved the prestigious English Baccalaureate.

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of all grades were A or A*.

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of subjects exceeded national rates of progress by more than 5%.

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of subjects exceeded national A*- C pass grades by more than 5%.

At Cavendish School, the staff and governors are delighted to congratulate all Year 11 pupils for achieving another set of excellent results. 70% of our pupils achieved A*-C in both English & Maths which represents our best ever result for this measure and is an 11% improvement on last year.

Headteacher, Peter Marchant said, “We are extremely proud of the achievements of all our Year 11 pupils. Our results reflect the hard work and commitment of pupils and staff in all subjects. Our results across a range of performance measures show that we are not only one of the top performing schools in Eastbourne but that we are also one of the top performing schools in East Sussex.

At this time of year special congratulations should go to our pupils who have worked so hard. Particular mention should go to Cameron Wright, Jaya Sepion-Earp, Luke James, Leonor Capelier and Jessica Baldock who achieved 10 A and A* grades.

There were also number of pupils who made significant progress in their 5 years at Cavendish School, and special mention should go to Adam Samelak, Will Stevens, Amid Haydari and Vignesh Rajendran Pillai. ”