WMC – The Camden College celebrates as learners pick up excellent crop of GCSE results

Learners and staff at WMC-The Camden College are pleased to announce the results of this year’s GCSE English and math’s exams. This year GCSE results in England are being reformed and will be graded with a new scale from 9 to 1, with 9 being the highest grade.

The purpose of these grade descriptors is to give an indication of average performance at the mid-points of grades 2, 5 and 8. The descriptors are not designed to be used for awarding purposes, unlike the ‘grade descriptions’ that apply to legacy GCSEs graded A* to G.

Learners at WMC-The Camden College achieved the following GCSE results:

  • GCSE English: 19 of 36 learners received a 4 and above. Resulting in 53% of the cohort achieving an equivalent to grade C and above.
  • GCSE Maths: 27 of 36 learners received a 4 and above. Resulting in 75% of the cohort achieving an equivalent to grade C and above.

Helen Hammond, Principal at WMC – The Camden College, said “I’m so proud of how hard our staff and learners have worked this year and these results sum up how much effort has gone into this year’s studies.”

Assessments are taking place now for all of our courses. Please book early to secure place by calling us on: 020 7255 4700 or emailing us on: enrol@wmcollege.ac.uk.

Check out the pictures of learner picking up their GCSE results here: