Congratulations to all those who completed their GCSEs not only in our school but in others too, the standard set by GCSE results in the borough is aspirational and all GCSE completers should be very proud of themselves.
Excellent GCSE results from Year 11 students at Wapping High School have been warmly welcomed by governors and staff. The second ever exam results, from the student intake who joined the newly founded Tower Hamlets free school in 2013, show 82% of pupils achieving Grade 4 and 67% achieving Grade 5 and above in English.
82% of pupils achieving Grade 4 and above in English
67% of Students Achieved a 5+ in English
Fabulous G.C.S.E results from our second ever cohort
82% 4+ in English.
67% 5+ in English.
Science achievement above the National Average.
11% of students achieved 1 or more Grade 9.
21% of students achieved the EBaac.
Progress in Maths above the National Average in the Higher Tier of entry (provisional).
Headteacher Gary Nelson commented: ‘I am delighted by these results. It is particularly pleasing to see the high percentage of our students achieving Grade 4+ in English.
Chair of Governors Kerstyn Comley commented, ‘These great results cap another positive year for Wapping High School and launch our students towards the best possible future.’
A parent also commented ‘My son was bullied in primary school. I knew Wapping High School was the right school for him. His good results wouldn’t have been possible in any other school. The level of support and the school community is second to none.’