GCSE Results Day 2021: Marling School


Students at Marling School have received their GCSE results today after the second year of disruption to exams.

Notwithstanding the extraordinary nature of these results, the headline figures from Marling School show that 20% of all the GCSE grades awarded were at the very highest grade 9 with 68% at grades 9-7 and 86% at grades 9-6.

Eight students achieved the top grade of 9 in all of their subjects.

Matthew Paget received nine grade 9s and one grade 8. Matthew said, “Great results and now it’s onward to future discovery as I go on to A-levels at Marling Sixth Form.”

“The past 18 months have been incredibly challenging for everyone and our students have continued to work hard both virtually and face to face,” said Dr Stuart Wilson, Executive Headteacher.

“With the support and guidance of outstanding teachers and support staff, they have been rewarded with the results they deserve and can now look forward to the next stage of their education.”

“I would like to congratulate our students for their resilience over this challenging period and to thank all of our staff for their professionalism and for working tirelessly to support our students” 

Sam Alcott, Kyle Litton and Zach Berry received 18 top-grade 9s and 8s between them. “I’m chuffed to bits with my grades and I’m really grateful to all teachers during my time at Marling School,” said Kyle.
Henry Green was awarded eight grade 9s and two grade 8s. “I’m really happy with my results and I’m looking forward to studying at Marling Sixth Form,” he said.
Twin brothers Felix and Elliot Gregory received 16 grade 9s and four grade 8s between them. They said, “We are really pleased with our results and we’re looking forward to continuing to work hard at A-level at Marling Sixth Form.”
Ben Cook and Danil Sapojnikov were awarded 17 top-grade 9s and 8s between them. “I’m excited to go into Marling Sixth Form,” said Ben. “Really looking forward to the next phase in Marling Sixth Form,” added Danil.
Wyatt Sell received nine grade 9s and one grade 8. “So pleased with my results and looking forward to going into Marling Sixth Form,” he said.

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