Stover School is celebrating its best ever GCSE results

Stover School is celebrating its best ever GCSE results, with 89% of the pupils achieving 5 or more GCSEs at A* to C (grade 9-4) including English and Mathematics. The schools performance has more than doubled since 2012 and risen 9% from last year.

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23rd August 2018 — Stover School is celebrating its best ever GCSE results, with 89% of the pupils achieving 5 or more GCSEs at A* to C (grade 9-4) including English and Mathematics. The school's performance has more than doubled since 2012 and risen 9% from last year.

Stover School is celebrating its best ever GCSE results, with 89% of the pupils achieving 5 or more GCSEs at A* to C (grade 9-4) including English and Mathematics. The schools performance has more than doubled since 2012 and risen 9% from last year.

Particularly impressive results were recorded by Maisie who achieved 8 A* (level 9 or 8) equivalent  grades and 2 A (7) grades and Matthew who produced 7 A* (9 or 8) grades and 2 A (7) grades.

Stover is well-known for its positive Value Added outcomes, a measure of how much a pupil exceeds their expected grades. This year saw Chloe record a Value Added score of a massive 18 grades, in achieving 3 A* and 6 A grades.

Mr Notman, Headmaster, said, “This year’s results are exceptional; the best in the school’s recorded history. I am extremely proud of the pupils and my staff. We aim to help pupils exceed their academic expectations and in this sense this year’s GCSE results give a gratifying feeling of mission accomplished. The outcomes are a testament to the hard work that has taken place at home and at school. These results together with our inspiring extra-curricular offering reflect the superb balance that a Stover education provides.”

About Stover School

Stover School is a leading independent co-educational day and boarding school for pupils aged 3 – 18. It is set in 64 acres of beautiful and historical grounds in the heart of Devon’s glorious countryside between the foothills of Dartmoor and the South West Coastline

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