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GCSE Results 2023

Cranbrook Education Campus GCSE results 2023 are #Crantastic 

We are super proud of our Cohort 2023 pupils who have achieved excellent GCSE exam results this year. Over half (52%) of all grades awarded were grades 9-5, 65% of all grades awarded were grades 9-4 and 19% of all grades awarded were at grades 9 to 7, which highlights the excellent engagement from our pupils. These grades will allow the majority of our pupils to progress onto their preferred post-16 choices and the exciting next chapter of their lives.  

As with any year of results there are some individual successes that need to be highlighted. They include: 

  • Meena Agar – 2 * Grade 9, 2 * Grade 8, 3 * Grade 7 and a Distinction* in music 

  • Ben Gale – 1 * Grade 9, 3 * Grade 8, 3 * Grade 7 and a Distinction in sport studies 

  • Yasmin Bardwell – 1 * Grade 9, 4 * Grade 8, 2 * Grade 7 and a Merit in Music 

  • Erika Dyer – 4 * Grade 8 and 4 * Grade 7 

  • Chanais West – 3 * Grade 8, 6 * Grade 7 ​​​​​​



In addition, the following pupils all achieved significantly higher than their target grades in a number of subjects: Joby Devey, Julia Bennellick, Cody Moore, Finlay Bailey, Jonathan Kelly, Sam Faulkner, Katie Turney, Lemel Miner, Charlie Gibbs, Joe Faulkner and Emily Willmott.  

Our Year 10 pupils who sat their GCSE English Literature this year also did a great job with 58% of pupils achieving a Grade 9-5. Well done! 

Stephen Farmer, Head of Campus, said. “I am so proud of our Year 11s and all that they have achieved, especially following the turbulence of two COVID lockdowns whilst they were in Years 8 and 9. Their excellent results reflect their engagement and determination to do their best and progress onto the next chapter of their life journey.  

Today is about our brilliant pupils and their fantastic successes, however, it is also an opportunity to thank all the wonderful staff at the Campus who have worked tirelessly to provide the best experience possible and to recognise their unwavering dedication and support in helping our pupils thrive. I would also like to thank our families who have both supported our pupils on their education journey and us as a Campus.  

I look forward to hearing about the continued successes of our pupils as they complete the next chapter of their lives; whether work, A levels, vocational qualifications or apprenticeships, I wish them the very best of luck.