Hammersmith Schools Celebrate Great GCSE Grades
An increasing number of Hammersmith & Fulham students have achieved the most widely accepted gold standard, five or more GCSEs at grades A* to C including English and maths. According to provisional figures for 2017 from schools across the borough, the total this year was 68%, up 4% on last year.
West London Free School is celebrating excellent grades in its second set of GCSE results. 36% of all the GCSEs were graded A*/A.
At Latymer Upper School over half of the year group achieving at least 8 A* grades and over 70% of grades were at A* with 90% of grades at A*/A.
56% of grades at the school on Hammersmith Road were A*, A or equivalent – an impressive feat.
In total, 93% of Sacred Heart pupils passed in five or more subjects.
At Hammersmith Academy, 75% of students achieved five GCSEs at A*-C equivalent and 65% achieved five A*-C including English and Maths. Across all students there were 100 A*s or equivalent – double last year’s total of 50 – and 166 A grades.