EXAM RESULTS FOR 2023
Congratulations to the Worthing High School Class of 2023 for Achieving Such Fantastic GCSE Results.
These excellent results, alongside our core values of community, resilience, respect, integrity and excellence will help students to flourish in the modern world and make an excellent contribution to society.
It is important we remember that despite a return to normal for examinations, the journey students have experienced throughout High school has been anything but. Students, their families and teachers have faced enormous challenges, with much of Key Stage 3 impacted by school closure as a result of the pandemic. It is quite remarkable that despite so much lost face-to-face teaching that students have done so well.
These excellent results, alongside our core values of community, resilience, respect, integrity and excellence will help students to flourish in the modern world and make an excellent contribution to society. 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.
So many students have received the qualifications they need and they should be really proud of their efforts.
Outstanding individual results include:
- Themis Oger-Libor, Henry Conti, Reuben Cross, Niamh Owen, Alfie Degen, Ayaan Ali, Jamie Reeves, Joe Leake, Oluwasemilore Ogunwale, George Watson, Sam Elphick, Jack Woolgar, Lucas Thorley, Tom Stanford, Radha Smith, Eva Sargent, Sophie Pitcher, Yann Nicholas, Melissa McDermott, Alana McDermott
Exec. Headteacher and CEO – Pan Panayiotou commented:
“Huge congratulations to our outgoing yr11 Class of 2023. They have had to be relentlessly resilient through their time at Worthing high and work through a pandemic and days of industrial action etc. Throughout their time, they have had to work hard through many challenges and we are very proud of all their achievements at every level. We know that this is the start of their educational journeys and we know they will go on to be very successful whatever their chosen area of interest is and hope they share their successes as they go on through life. On behalf of myself, trustees and all the staff from WHS, wish Class of 2023 all the best in their next ventures.”
Head of School - Adrian Cook commented:
“Well done class of 2023! The sacrifices you have made along the way and hard work you have put in means you can now look forward with real excitement, in the knowledge that hard work pays off. I and all of the staff at Worthing High wish you all the very best for the future and we look forward to hearing about your future achievements.”
exam results for 2021
For the second year in a row, students, their families and teachers have faced an extraordinary year. All students have undertaken rigorous and challenging sets of assessments and have worked incredibly hard to ensure the Covid related disruptions to their learning were minimised. 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.
It gives us great pride to see that, despite the challenges, so many students have received the qualifications they need, to take the next steps in fulfilling their ambitions and goals.
Outstanding individual results include:
Trilby Baxter, Evie Bennett, Benjamin Carter, Skye Coleman, Archie Finch, Lottie French, James Lawrence, Thomas Leake, Georgie Odell, Anna Marie Perrett, Tom Simpson, Jamie Slater, Daisy Woodford
More than ever, this year’s results demonstrate our drive to support the wellbeing of all our staff and students and our shared commitment to our Core Values: Community, Resilience, Respect, Resilience, 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 be inappropriate to compare our school’s results against other schools, as this is about all schools focusing on what is right for their students and how we have supported them in their progression and mental wellbeing. This is what is fundamentally really important. I have had the pleasure of working with the class of 2021 for the last 5 years and they have been a phenomenal year group. I and my other staff will miss them a great deal and will celebrate their future successes as they continue on their educational journey. We wish them all the best.”
Exam Results Summary
EXAM RESULTS for 2019
Worthing High School students are celebrating yet another successful year of improved GCSE results. Our students have again made better than expected progress with improved attainment across the board, with 20% of all grades achieved at 7+.
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EXAM RESULTS FOR 2018
Worthing High School students are celebrating success with good GCSE results this year. The students have again made better than expected progress. In a year of new, more challenging GCSEs, 20% of all GCSE grades were awarded at grades 9-7 (equivalent of the old A*/A), with 11% awarded at grades 9-8, ( A*/A*+).
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Exam Results for 2017
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EXAM RESULTS FOR 2016
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To view Worthing High Schools Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education's website please click DFe Report.