Students at George Abbot, part of the Guildford Education Partnership (GEP Academies) are today celebrating their GCSE results. Our students have shown outstanding levels of resilience, dedication and positivity in such a challenging year and we are proud of every single one of them.

Like their peers across the country, George Abbot students have faced months away from school but have risen to the challenge and their hard work during lockdown and upon their return to the classroom has paid dividends.

Staff and teachers worked extremely hard to ensure the assessment and grading of students was accurate and that teacher assessed grades reflected student’s achievements.

We are pleased to be welcoming over three quarters of our students into the Sixth Form at George Abbot in September. We wish all of year 11 students the very best in wherever their next steps take them.

This year the following students did particularly well and will go on to pursue a number of exciting post-16 paths:

Ethan Campbell who gained 11 grade 9s.

Lily Martin, Charlotte Taylor and Max Masters who gained 10 grade 9s and 1 grade 8.

Katie Keiller who gained 9 grade 9s, 1 grade 8 and 1 grade 7.

Jessica Forward and Tallula Haynes who gained 9 grade 9s and 1 grade 8.

Kate Carriett, Headteacher at George Abbot School, said: 

Our Year 11 students have worked with purpose and determination as they have studied for their GCSE and BTEC qualifications. They should be very proud of their achievements as we are of them. This set of results is justly deserved and demonstrates great tenacity and strength as our students have remained focussed on doing their very best to achieve success.