Exam Results 2017 - Press Release


Year 11 Results

Students at Diss High School have achieved some outstanding GCSE results in the first year of the newly reformed exams and are celebrating with 71% of students achieving a grade 4+ in both English and Maths. In addition, the school has seen a 3% increase on the percentage of students achieving the highest grades 7-9 (A/A*) in both English and Maths compared to last year.
Notable individual successes were: Joseph Davy with 12A*/9; Caity Adkins and Will Johnson with 11A*/9; Briony Greathead, Lily Harris and Sofia Chapman with 12A*/A; Natty Strange, Aimee Buck, Joseph Keeley, Eshrat Khan and Angel Ramstead with 11A*/A and Emma Carpenter, Ed Darrell, Sarah Hume, Lauren Dennis, Rohan Paterson, Hannah Shea and Lauren Smith with 10A*/A grades. 
Headteacher, Dr Jan Hunt said “Students and staff are to be congratulated on another excellent set of results which have come from dedicated hard work and supportive parents.”


Sixth Form Results:

Once again, students at Diss High School have achieved some outstanding A level results; the pass rate was 99.8 %, with more than 60% of all grades being A* to B.

Notable successes include Chantelle Lee, who gained an A*, two As and a B in her four A Levels, as well as an A* in her Extended Project Qualification; she will be reading History at the University of Cambridge. Lauren Coleman achieved two A*s, an A and B and will read Classics at Oxford University. Matt Tyler, who is going to Bath University to study Mathematics, also achieved an A*, two As and a B in his four A Levels. Daniela Castro-Kerridge was awarded an A* and two As and plans to have a gap year before starting university in 2018. Emily Nash will read Geography and Politics at Edinburgh University, having gained three As and a B. Harriet Budds achieved three As and will be studying Dance at the University of Surrey. Oscar Seaman, who gained an A*, an A and a B, will be taking a degree in International Relations at Leeds University.

Headteacher, Dr Jan Hunt said, “Students and staff are to be congratulated on a fabulous set of results! Nearly all of our students have already had their university places confirmed.”


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