Congratulations Year 11 – Exam Results 2015

There are a significant number of students with outstanding results, many of them shown in the photograph below.



Special congratulations go to Abu-Bakker MAZHAR (6x A*, 5x A), Anil DOGAN (5x A*, 7x A), Intisar MOALIN (5x A*, 6x A), and James NGUYEN (4x A*, 5x A). James also achieved a very rare ‘A* Distinction’ in Further Maths.

Special mention also goes to Hanad ELMI and Shuqin WANG. Hanad started his UK schooling at NPCS as recently as September 2014 but worked very hard to achieve 7 A*-C grades, including an A in Maths. Shuqin joined NPCS in Year 8. She had moved to the UK from China and at the time was unable to communicate in English but nevertheless has achieved 5 A*-C grades, including an A* in Textiles and an A in Maths.

Most successful subject was Further Maths. Amongst a small cohort of 23 students, 8 achieved A* grades and 7 achieved A grades.

Despite the increased challenge which has been added to GCSE exams, the proportion of students attaining 5+ A*-C grades (including English & Maths) has remained steady at 40%.

A number of our students have won scholarships to prestigious Independent Schools:
Christ’s Hospital – Anil Dogan
Royal Hospital – Intisar Moalin and Jennifer Chu
Dulwich College – Rin Ngyuen
Eastbourne College – Chloe Webster
Wymondham College – Christian Cocha Guerra

The school has chosen to opt-in early for the new Progress 8 performance measures, which apply to all schools in 2016.

Our headline results for Progress 8 in 2015 confirm that students at NPCS make excellent progress, well above national averages, during their 5 years at NPCS.

Duke of Edinburgh 2014-2015

Congratulations to all of the Expedition participants as they have all passed their Assessed Expedition proving they can set up camp, cook outside, plan their hiking route and navigate their way through Epping Forest! Following their presentations in September they will all be well on their way to earning their Bronze Award!

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I would like to send a huge thank you to all of the parents, staff and students who made this trip such a success.

Miss MacDonald