Tarporley High School

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Tarporley High School
& Sixth Form College

GCSE Results 2018

Following on from Tarporley High School’s outstanding A Level results last week, Tarporley’s Year 11 students have once again achieved excellent grades. 

This year marks the first year that students have completed the new GCSE qualifications in nearly all subjects, where the grading system spans from grade 9 (the highest grade) to grade 1 (the lowest).

With the newly designed grade 9, which recognises the very highest performing pupils, the outstanding school saw nearly 20% of the cohort achieve the very highest of grades (Grade 8 and Grade 9) which is equivalent to grade A* and A** respectively. 

s, a third achieved were impressively at grade 7 or higher (equivalent to an A grade) and over 80% were above the new grade 4 benchmark (equivalent to a grade C.)

Head Teacher Jason Lowe said “My congratulations go out to all our students who have shown such exceptional commitment to their studies. They have been an outstanding year group who have made many valuable contributions to the school. I wish them all the best for the future and look forward to welcoming many of them into our Sixth Form.

I would like to thank the families of our students for all the support they have given over the last five years.  My thanks also go to our passionate and dedicated staff who have worked extremely hard to enable all of our students to achieve.”

Special congratulations go to:








9 grade 9s and 2 grade 8s




3 grade 9s, 1 Distinction*, 1 A*, 1 grade 8, 5 grade 7s and 1 grade C




4 grade 9s, 2A*s, 3 grade 8s and 1 grade 7




1 grade 9, 4 grade 8s, 4 grade 7s and 1 grade 6




4 grade 8s, 1 grade A, 2 grade 7s and 1 grade 6




2 grade 9s, 1A*, 4 grade 8s and 2 grade 7s




6 grade 9s, 1A*, 2 grade 8s, 1 grade 7 and 1 grade 6




2 grade 9s, 1 A*, 5 grade 8s, 1 grade 7 and 1 grade 5




4 grade 8s, 1 A*, 3 grade 7s and 1 grade 6




5 grade 9s, 1 grade 8, 1 grade A, 1 grade 7, 2 grade 6s and 1 grade 5




3 grade 9s, 4 grade 8s, 1 grade 6 and 2 grade 5s




9 grade 9s, 1 grade 8 and 1 grade 6




2 grade 9s, 4 grade 8s, 1 grade A, 2 grade 7s and 1 grade 6




5 grade 9s, 1A*, 2 grade 8s and 2 grade 7s




1 grade 9, 4 grade 8s, 4 grade 7s and 1 grade A




4 grade 9s, 2 grade 8s, 2 grade 7s, 2 grade 6s




9 grade 9s, 2 A*s and 2 grade As




2 grade 9s, 4 grade 8s, 1 grade A and 2 grade 7s




4 grade 9s, 1A*, 2 grade 8s and 2 grade 7s




3 grade 9s, 3A*s, 4 grade 8s and 1 grade 7

Tarporley Sixth Form is open to all students with suitable GCSE grades. There are some places available for the new academic year, including students who have not previously attended the school. If you would like any further information please contact via email: teverton@tarporleyhigh.co.uk



Pictured above celebrating success from left to right: Tom Harrop, Charlie McMillan, Evan Roberts, Stephen Broster, Sam Barrett, Harriet Farr, Jack Joyce, Beth Farrell, Sam Young, Sam Livera, Will Pape, Ellie Coulston, Angus Crayston, Ewan Barrowcliff, Tegan Berry, Jonathan Melia, Emma Peake, Izzy Burton, Josh Dos Santos 

Tarporley High School & Sixth Form College – A-level Results 2018


2018 has proved to be another excellent year for Tarporley Sixth Form College with 28% of all grades awarded being at the very highest level of A*/A.  We are delighted, that once again, the majority of students have been placed at their chosen university.


Once again, there have been many impressive individual achievements: Sam Barrett (A*, A*, A*, A*, A*) has been accepted at Oxford University to read Mathematics and Computer Science. Thomas Harrop (A*,A*, A, A) will read Engineering also at Oxford and Jonathan Melia (A*, A*, A* B) will be joining them at Oxford, also to read Engineering.


Studying Law at Durham University is Evan Roberts, (A*, A*, A) and attending Newcastle University is Will Pape (A, A, A,) who will read Mathematics, while Angus Crayston (A*, A, A,) will read Economics and Management at the University of Leeds. Stephen Broster (A*, A, A) will study Biomedical Science at Newcastle University. Izzy Burton (A*, A, B,) will study Physiotherapy at Keele University; Ellie Coulston (A, A, A) will read Communication & Media Studies at Loughborough University. Charlie McMillan (A* A, A, A) will be reading Biomedical Science at the University of Sheffield. At the University of Birmingham, Tegan Berry (A, A, A, B) will study Biological Sciences. Bethany Farrell (A*, A, B), will study Law at the University of Leeds. Abbie Whelan (A, A, A, A), will read History at the University of Manchester. There were many more notable performances from students who will be taking up places at university this year to study a range of courses including Art & Design, Journalism, Primary Education, Dentistry, Medicine, Business Management, English Literature, Psychology, Marketing, International Business, Politics & International Relations, Criminology, Geology, Modern Foreign Languages, Physics, Finance and Accounting. 


 “As usual, the day has been one of high emotion for us here at school”, said Chris Nuttall, Director of Sixth Form, “This has been an exceptional year group who have not only developed academically during their time here at Tarporley, but also personally, as individuals. Our Sixth Form students contribute so much to the life of the school and to the local community, and are frequently praised for their mature approach, their teamwork and their leadership. Today is just reward for all their hard work, supported by their families and the dedicated staff at the school. I would like to take this opportunity to wish them every success in their next pathway in life. We really will miss them all!”


Tarporley Sixth Form is open to all students with suitable GCSE grades. Although many courses are full, there are some places available for the new academic year; students can register for courses on Thursday 23rd August. Tarporley Sixth Form College is also open to students who have not previously attended the school. Students can contact the Sixth Form on 01829 732558 for more information or email teverton@tarporleyhigh.co.uk .



Y 13 student, Suki Le Hunte, received the ‘Young Person Equality and Diversity Champion’ award at the West Cheshire and Youth Community Awards ceremony at Forest Hills, Frodsham on Thursday evening. The award was aimed at an individual who has overcome a  barrier and who promotes diversity; someone who challenges inequality, promotes rights and is one to watch in terms of empowering others.

It was a wonderful event which brought together many amazing and talented young people and volunteers from all over Cheshire West. Suki was thrilled with the nomination and award and said that he could never have achieved all that he has without the support and encouragement received from Tarporley High School and Sixth Form College.



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