HAT GCSE Headlines 2022

1 September 2022

HAT GCSE Headlines 2022

Hampton College and Hampton Gardens School GCSE results 2022

There was a double celebration in Hampton, with both Hampton College and Hampton Gardens School receiving excellent GCSE results. Dr Helen Price of the Hampton Academies Trust commented: ‘To see both schools doing so well and serving our local community’s young people, is absolutely fantastic. It is also testament to the hard work of the students and school staff, to have achieved these results after a very challenging two years.

At Hampton College, Head of School John Gilligan commented: ‘It has been a morning full of joy and pride at Hampton College. Our students have achieved superbly wel, achieving truly outstanding grades that in very many cases smashed targets and expectations. Their hard work and dedication have resulted in top grades and pass rates increasing significantly across the school when compared to both covid and pre covid results. This mirrors the achievements of our A Level students last week both of which buck the national trend that has seen top grades and pass rates fall across the country. We are equally as proud of the number of students who have made exceptional progress – more than ever before. It has been a wonderful day.

I am so proud of all our exceptional students who, every day, display such a positive work ethic and, of course, our dedicated and talented staff who teach and support them. It is the power of the incredibly positive relationships we enjoy at Hampton College that have contributed to students doing so well and make Hampton College such a special place. We are delighted that so many have decided to stay with us in our sixth form.’

So many students have excelled that it was extremely difficult to highlight our top performers but those below give a flavour of the standards achieved:

  • Dhruve Karavdra - 10 grade 9s
  • Mario Popescu-Neagu - 9 grade 9s
  • Julia Szajek - 9 grade 9s
  • Ben Sampson - 8 grade 9s
  • Michael Combrink - 8 grade 9s
  • Daisy Corner - 8 grade 9s
  • Emily Duncan – 7 grade 9s
  • Oluwatomi Lamidi – 7 grade 9s
  • Naman Bist – 7 grade 9s
  • Stavros Bamnaras- 6 grade 9s
  • Na’ilah Bibby - 5 grade 9s
  • Richard Ragi - 5 grade 9s
  • Ewura-Aba Essilfie - 5 grade 9s

The following have received GCSE results which mean that they have made exceptional progress during their time at Hampton College:

  • Gabriela Wojcik
  • Richard Ragi
  • Azeem Khan
  • Lucy Maunder
  • Su Kockiri

At Hampton Gardens School, the school has posted its first ever GCSE results, after the year group that started at the new school in 2017 reached Year 11.

Al Greenwood, Head of School, commented: ‘This is the first set of GCSE results for Hampton Gardens and we are extremely pleased with the results that the students have obtained. This cohort have experienced two lockdowns and for the vast majority numerous phases of self-isolation. Through sheer hard work and showing high levels of resilience, the students have worked tirelessly with the dedicated staff body to achieve their potential. I am very proud of the hard work exhibited by all and the support of the parents to ensure that the students have had all the help and support both academically and pastorally to achieve their potential. All of our students should be very proud of the results they have achieved and we wish them all the very best for the next stages of their educational journey.’

Notable individual GCSE performances at Hampton Gardens School include the following who achieved a crop of results across the highest grades:

  • Gabriel Bowden – Nine grade 9s and one grade 8
  • Noah Darch - Nine grade 9s and one grade 8
  • Lukas Adriunas – Seven grade 9s and two grades 7s
  • Ela Ilal- Five grade 9s, three grade 8s and one grade 7
  • Laura Reynolds - Four grade 9s and five grade 8s
  • Catrine Reynolds - Three grade 9s, five grade 8s and one grade 7
  • Callum Alexander- Four grade 9s, one grade 8s, four grade 7s and Distinction*
  • Danielle Hobbins - Three grade 9s and seven grade 8s
  • Andrei Roughton - Three grade 9s and seven grade 8s
  • Amelia Pestka-Buthelezi - Three grade 9s, three grade 8s and four grade 7s
  • Lewis Wiles - Two grade 9s, four grade 8s and three grade 7s
  • Neve Vaus-Lawson- Two grade 9s, four grade 8s, three grade 7s and Distinction
  • Elvin Yeldo - Two grade 9s, two grade 8s and five grade 7s
  • Mirella Perna - One grade 9, six grade 8s, two grade 7s and Distinction*
  • William O’Doherty - One grade 9, six grade 8s and one grade 7

In addition, the following Hampton Gardens students gained GCSE results that demonstrate that they have made impressive progress during their time at school:

  • Isabelle Esposito
  • Krsytian Skalka
  • Dhruv Panchal
  • Andrei Roughton
  • Neve Vaus-Lawson
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