Students and teachers at Rochester Grammar School gathered – at a safe distance – to collect GCSE results today
As our Year 11 cohort close the book on their secondary education they are now ready and waiting to take their next exciting steps, whether into further education, apprenticeship or employment.
This year has certainly come with its own unprecedented challenges, with students having to navigate the uncertainty of a nationwide lockdown and home-schooling, remote and digital learning, and the much media-discussed confusion over Ofqual’s u-turn on grades, all amid a worldwide pandemic. Their commitment to learning and the way they’ve adapted to their temporary normal has been truly inspiring, they are a credit to RGS.
While BTEC grades are yet to be awarded, among the achievements included:
Clare Brinklow, Head of School at Rochester Grammar School, said:
“Across the school we are immensely proud of all our students. It has been an extremely challenging year and the way in which they have carried themselves has been exceptional. They are a testament to both themselves and the school. I am looking forward to seeing many of our students when they return in September and I would like to send my very best wishes to those moving on.”
RGS is a member of the Thinking Schools Academy Trust, a family of 17 high-performing schools across the South East that prides itself on providing a high-quality education to all students.