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Art: New GCSE results confirm a high standard of skill and creativity

GCSE Art, Craft and Design students received their grades demonstrating their innovation and personal approach.

With the arrival of the Edexcel grades for the Art, Craft and Design students came the acknowledgement of a high standard of creative work. The visiting moderator had commented in June on the diverse range of media and processes used, as well as the highly personal and imaginative approach of our young artists. With a new system of grades being used for the first time we all waited with bated breath for the results. GCSE Art students are now awarded numbered grades from 9 to 1, with 9 being described as being equivalent to an ‘A*’ with a bit extra. Our visiting moderator from Edexcel explained that this grade was expected to be reserved for students “who have showed an astronomical level of skill in their work”. So congratulations are in order for Yu-Jin Ahn, who becomes our first student to be awarded a grade 9. We would also like to give a special mention to Roni Tal, who despite completing the course one year early in Year 10, was able to achieve a grade 8. A remarkable achievement. We would like to congratulate all former Year 11 GCSE Art students, who all created wonderful portfolios of work, whatever their grade may have been. (Artwork by Yu-Jin and Roni)

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