Hull Collegiate pupils did exceptionally well in their GCSE's this year. 42% of all grades were A*-A which is a tremendous achievement. Almost 95% of pupils gained five GCSE's including English and maths.

Rebecca Glover, Headteacher said: "Many congratulations to all our pupils for their well deserved results. As a school we add a huge value to the education the pupils are receiving and it is pleasing to see so many achieve well above national standards. We strive for an all round education which meets the needs of the child of the 21st century preparing pupils for the next stage of their education. I am delighted this year that we have attracted many pupils in to our highly competitive and successful Sixth Form and I look forward to seeing the majority of Year 11 return in September along with a number of pupils from other local schools.

I would like to thank the teachers in the school for their ongoing commitment to ensuring the pupils at the school achieve the highest grades. Well done to all in Year 11."

Emma (pictured above) who achieved 12A* and a grade 8 commented how she felt 'relieved and thrilled'.  Before returning to join the Sixth Form in September, Emma will complete further work experience at Sanderson’s Solicitors, connections she made at the Hull Collegiate School careers fair held in March.

Bob (pictured above) commented how he felt 'over the moon' seeing his results. Bob achieved 6A*, 3A and a grade 8. 

Eleanor, Charlotte and Lauren (pictured below) all achieved the highest grade 9 in their English, making up part of the 2.2% of UK pupils to have successfully gained this highest reformed grade.  All three girls commented on how happy they were to have been awarded the highest grade possible and we look forward to welcoming them into the Sixth Form. 


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If you are considering your next step after GCSE, Hull Collegiate Sixth Form provides a range of A level courses in a dynamic learning environment.  For further information email or call 01482 657016



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