We are pleased to report some outstanding achievements by our students in their GCSE levels and other qualifications this summer.

From Leona Bennetts Acting Head of Year 11:  “Well done Class of 2021! It has been a difficult time for everyone, but the students have all risen to the challenge and I and Mrs Longhurst could not be more proud of them.  Students have worked as hard as they possibly could and this is reflected in the results achieved today.   If there is one thing that is clear about this whole experience is that that each student has gained, resilience, ambition, strength of character.

Sophie Shaw received eight grade 9s and two grade 8s.  Sophie is a student who has contributed to St. Crispin’s through sport and being a prefect.  Sophie will be staying at St. Crispin’s to study A-Level Psychology, Biology and Geography.

Amelie Furby achieved seven 9s and three grade 8s. Amelie is a thoughtful and hardworking student who will be studying History, French and Geography in her post 16 studies.

Ben Dyson achieved five grade 9s and five grade 8s.  Ben during his time at St. Crispin’s has been a thoughtful and confident young man who became a prefect and is hoping to study, Maths, Computer Science and Physics.

Utbah Arain achieved five grade 9s, three grade 8s and one grade 7.   Utbah is a dedicated and hardworking student planning to study Chemistry, Maths, Biology and PE.

Nicola Terziysky achieved five grade 9s, two grade 8s and three grade 7s and is planning to study Further Maths, Maths, Economics or Computer Science for A-Levels.

Mia Wegner-Lane achieved Distinctions in Health and Social Care and BTEC Sport and will study Psychology, Sociology and Business Studies.


Ginny Rhodes, Headteacher said: “Every student rightly deserves rich praise for their achievement.”

This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards. The government is not publishing performance data for any schools or colleges this year due to the varying impact of the pandemic.