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Exam Results

Please find below details of Exam Results for Sir Thomas Fremantle.


Students at Sir Thomas Fremantle are celebrating after receiving the school’s second ever set of GCSE results. Overall, 81% of students achieved a level 4 in both English and mathematics, one of the key performance indicators.

Other key highlights include the sciences, with biology achieving 96% grade 5 and above, physics achieving 92% grade 5 or above and biology achieving 96% grade 5 or above. 82% of all students achieved a 4 or above in maths, with 63% gaining a grade 5 or above, and 94% of all students gained a 4 in either English Language or English Literature with 76% achieving a grade 5 or above.

Some stand out performances came from Archie Walton (who gained A* distinction, A*, six grade 9s, one grade 7 and two grade 8s); Eve Cullum (who gained four grade 8s, four grade 7s and an A); Olivia Gaynard (who gained two grade 9s, three grade 8s and three grade 7s); Katherine Guthrie (who gained A*, grade 9, five grade 8s and two grade 7s); William Horwood (who gained two grade 9s and an A* in humanities subjects alone, one grade 8 and four grade 7s); Imogen McCarthy-Frame (who gained A*, six grade 8s and two grade 7s) and finally Maxwell Pearson-Batty (who achieved four grade 8s, three grade 7s and one A – another humanities champion). Other notable performances include achievements by Edward Clark, Morgan Gunn, Jake Thompson and Bethany Turner - among many others who have a lot to be proud of.

Mr Pledger, Headmaster at STFS commented “This was an outstanding outcome for our students and vindicates the decision of their parents to send them to what was, in 2013, a brand new school. It is a testament to the hard work of our students and our staff and I am sure that they will all be very pleased with these results.”

Progress 8 tells us how well students at our school have progressed between the end of primary school (Year 6/key stage 2) and the end of secondary school (Year 11/key stage 4), compared to students nationally who achieved similar results at the end of primary school. The national average for this is 0.00.

GCSE results 2017 and 2018


Results 2017

Results 2018

Number of pupils



Overall Progress 8



English Progress 8



Maths Progress 8



EBACC Progress 8



% English and Maths (grade 4+)



% English and Maths (grade 5+)



% EBACC (grade 4+)


49 (National: 22)

% EBACC (grade 5+)


33 (National: 20)