GCSE Results 2017
North Bridge House Senior Canonbury celebrated its first set of GCSE results since opening in 2014 with an impressive 42% A*-A grades.
In Maths, 44% of students achieved the equivalent of an A or above, gaining Grade 7 or higher and 43% achieved the same in English Language, with 6 new top Grade 9s awarded across the cohort. One student scored three 9s – making him one of only 2,000 students in England to get 9s in English, English Literature and Maths, the top possible in the new system!
Notably, North Bridge House Canonbury students performed exceptionally well in languages, including Spanish and Mandarin. All three students taking Mandarin GCSE (all non-native speakers) each achieved an A*.
Languages as a whole at Canonbury – French, Spanish, German and Mandarin achieved 61% A*-A with 29% of those grades being A*.
Growing its reputation as a centre of excellence for the arts, Canonbury students achieved 100% A*-B in Art and 50% A*-A in Drama.
A-Level Results 2017
North Bridge House Canonbury’s 2017 A-Level results saw another year of exam success with 57% A*- B grades and an impressive ALIS Value-Added score of 0.3 for another year running, meaning many students gained a whole grade above predictions.
NBH Canonbury Sixth Form students particularly excelled in English Literature this year with 100% of pupils gaining A*-B grades. Sixth Form students also continued the school’s strong performance in Art with 100% celebrating A* and A grades.
Two of our high achievers, Yiwang Lim and Sama Aunallah celebrated a host of A* and A grades across a range of subjects. Yiwang gained a place at the University of Bath studying Economics with an A* in Economics and A grades in both Maths and Geography. Sama achieved four A grades in English, Economics, History and the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), and successfully secured a place at the University of Bristol reading Politics, Philosophy and Economics.