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Worthing High School

Worthing High School

End of Autumn 1 - start of October half term

GCSE Exam Results 2020

More than ever, this year’s results demonstrate our drive to support the well-being of all our staff and students and our shared commitment to our Core Values: Community, Resilience, Respect, Integrity and Excellence. 

PRESS RELEASE GCSE Results 2020 - WORTHING HIGH SCHOOL

Pan Panayiotou Headteacher said: “This academic year has been extraordinarily challenging for parents, carers, students and their teachers. This makes it even more special to celebrate such an outstanding set of results but more importantly, see so many of our students receive such fantastic, well-deserved grades. Due to the exceptional circumstances we faced this year, all locality schools have agreed not to share specific details on attainment and progress but to focus on celebrating those students who have done incredibly well. It gives us great pride to see that so many students have received the qualifications they need, to take the next steps in fulfilling their ambitions and goals.”

Outstanding individual results include: 

Lucy       BLOWER

SKYE      BULLER

Archie   CAIRNS

Erin       CHACKSFIELD

Samuel CRABB

Freya     DRAPAJLO

Lottie    ERRATT-ROSE

Gemma MEDWELL

Isabel    NEWINGTON

Galatee OGER-LIBOR

Toby      PERRY

Rafferty WEST

 “More than ever, this year’s results demonstrate our drive to support the well-being of all our staff and students and our shared commitment to our Core Values: Community, Resilience, Respect, Integrity and Excellence. We wish all our students the very best of luck in the next phases of their lives and even though they leave Worthing High School, they will always be part of our community.”

Headteacher - Pan Panayiotou commented:

“It would not be appropriate to compare the school’s results against other schools, as this is about all schools focusing on what is right for their students and how we support them in their progression and mental well-being. This is what is really important. I have had the pleasure of working with the class of 2020 for the last 4 years and they have been a phenomenal year group. I and my other staff colleagues will miss them a great deal and will celebrate their future successes as they continue on their educational journey.”