Fantastic GCSE Results 2020

Fantastic GCSE Results 2020

Prior Park students achieve 71% of all grades between level 7 and 9, with a 100% total pass rate.

Recent days and weeks have thrown the world of education into turmoil. 
At Prior Park a significant amount of time and energy has been invested into the internal moderation process to ensure that our students' GCSE grades are as fair and accurate as they can be. 

These grades are based upon two years of hard work and assessments, not simply a teacher's predictions.  We are very proud of all of our GCSE students for holding their nerve through these turbulent months and the grades they have been awarded are certainly a cause for celebration.

This years' GCSE cohort achieved a 100% pass rate, with an outstanding 71% of all grades being between levels 7 and 9*
*(UK 2019 - 22%)

 25% of all grades were the highest possible grade, level 9*
*(UK 2019 - 5%)

All these measures are significantly higher than the UK averages and compare very favourably indeed with UK independent schools. 

The following students deserve particular congratulations for achieving all their grades between levels 7 and 9: Garry, Julia, Anika, Ben, Joseph, Caitlin, Ishika, Lucy, Tomas, Gabriela, Brett and William.

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Virtual School choir Performance

In the midst of lock-down, our school community worked hard to produce our very own virtual rendition of 'Blinded by Your Grace' by Stormzy, in order to boost community spirit and show our appreciation for the amazing staff at the GHA.

Sixth Former raises funds for humanitarian crisis in Yemen

Year 13 student, Rosa, is asking for the help and support from her local community to raise awareness and funds for the ongoing humanitarian crisis happening in Yemen.

She has already raised over £700 of her £1100 goal and has written the following letter to try and gather more support for the cause. 

Short Story Winner

Year 11 Student, Lucy has been awarded a 'Highly Commended' for her entry to the Gibraltar Spring Festival Short Story Competition 2020.

Lucy will be awarded a certificate by the Minister of Culture next week.

Lucy's short story is called 'Going Home' and is sure to make the hairs on your arms stand up!

Year 7 student Raffy finds some creativity in the midst of the lock down and writes this moving poem.

Community Spirit

As we come to the end of our first full week of Virtual Learning, we have been overwhelmed by the spirit of community, not just within Prior Park School but the whole of Gibraltar.

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