Following this year’s exceptional A-Level achievements, 2014 has been yet another outstanding year for Ysgol John Bright’s GCSE results – confirming YJB’s status as a High Performing School! Visit the gallery below for photographs.
The GCSE results this year are excellent and are on a par with the record breaking results of 2013. The percentage of students achieving 5*A-C, including English and Mathematics, remains well above the Wales and Conwy average. Furthermore 70% of students have achieved at least one A*/A.
We are so pleased that our students have performed so well in these crucial areas. This consistent high performance is particularly impressive when set in the context of the turbulent educational landscape in Wales.
These results are testimony to the incredible hard work, commitment and dedication of the staff and students at the school. Everyone has worked tirelessly to achieve such outstanding success and are all to be congratulated. I am very proud of what has been achieved and know that the students thoroughly deserve these excellent results. ”Please find below a summary of the outstanding results achieved
The A level results of 2014 take into consideration the impact of the distinctive and ground-breaking Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification.
• 100% pass rate for the WBQ
• 99.38% pass rate for all A levels above Wales and Conwy average
• 90% of grades achieved were A*-C above Wales and Conwy average – best ever
• 69% of grades achieved were A*-B above Wales and Conwy average – best ever
• 52% of grades achieved were A*/A above Wales and Conwy average –best ever
These results represent the most successful year for year 13 students at Ysgol John Bright. Once again we have been delighted with the exceptional results from the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification in which 82 students achieved an A grade equivalent.
I am also delighted that the 2014 cohort a have matched the recording breaking results of last year. The Headline statements are as follows;
• 87% of students gained 5+ A*-C, and is the best ever!
• 63% of students achieved 5+ A* – C, including English and Mathematics
• 97% of students gained at least 5*A-G passes at GCSE
• 73% of students achieved A*-C grade in English – equal best ever
• 70% of students achieved A*-C grade in Maths
• 94% of students achieved A*-C grade in science – best ever
• All these figures are also above the Wales and Conwy Averages
These results are very significant and such sustained success is outstanding. Should guests to the website require further information and detail on examination results then please contact the school.Whilst we are reluctant to single out students it is worth noting that there were, as ever, some exceptional individual performances by students in year 11;
• Abigail Brown gained 5 A*s, 2 A’s, 1B and 3 C’s.
• Emily Weir gained 5 A*s, 4 A’s and 1 B.
• Nathan Thomason gained 5 A*s, 4 A’s and 1 B.
• Bethan Williams-Jones gained 4 A*’s, 5 A’s and 1 B.
• George Griffiths gained 4 A*’s and 5 A’s.
• Hannah Jowett gained 4A*’s, 4A’s and 2 B’s.
• Cerys Davies gained 4 A*’s, 2 A’s and 4 B’s.
• Bradley Jones gained 4 A*’s, 2 A’s, 1 B and 4 C’s.
• Rachel Bradley gained 3 A*’s, 4A’s and 3 B’s.
• Emma Treleaven-Jones gained 3A*’s, 2 A’s and 4 B’s.
• Chloe Owen gained 3A*’s, 2A’s, 1B and 3C’s.
• James Peacock gained 3 A*’s, 1A, 5 B’s, 1 C.
• Emma Nugent gained 3 A*’s, 1A, 3B’s and 3C’s.
• Lynnette Mutisya gained 2 A*’s, 7A’s and 1B.
• Matthew Brazier gained 2 A*’s, 5 A’s, 2B’s and 1C.
• Olivia Brownson 2A*’s, 4A’s and 4B’s.
• Natasha Wan gained 2A*’s, 3A’s, 2B’s and 2C’s.
• Hannah O’Rourke gained 2A*’s, 2A’s and 5 B’s.
• Isaac Williams gained 1A* and 9A’s.
• Imogen Stockton gained 1 A*, 6 A’s, 2 B’s and 1C.
• Joao Rodrigues gained 1A*, 5A’s and 5 B’s.
• Samuel Hughes gained 8 A’s, 1B and 1C.
Graham Davies (Headteacher)