Chellaston GCSE and Level 2 Examination Results 2023

Press Release

Chellaston Academy is delighted with the examination results achieved by our Year 11 students.  We are proud with the results our students have achieved, and that the performance of the school has continued to improve, despite the national picture, which shows a decline in attainment compared to previous years.

66% of our students achieved a grade 5 or above in both English and mathematics and 80% have achieved a grade 4 or above in both English and mathematics.  These are both improvements from last year which were 58% and 78% respectively.  The average grade across all GCSE and Level 2 entries is a strong grade 5 and over a half of all students achieved at least one grade 7.

We would like to say a special well done to D Mason who has achieved grade 9’s in all of her subjects and Anaiya Dhillon, Edith Leedham, T Everest, Z Hayer, Lucy Sumner, Amelie Mantle, Christian Mountain, Millie Burns, Erin Kwok, Sukhraj Dhamrait, Ria Mistry and M Byrne who all achieved an average grade between a grade 8 and a grade 9.  This is an exceptional achievement.

We are also delighted that the vast majority of our students have achieved their pathway of choice.

We want to congratulate all of our students, not only for achieving the results they have, but for demonstrating such determination, diligence and positivity in the unprecedented and difficult times since the pandemic began in 2020.  We wish you all the very best for your future.

The school culture of ‘inspiring each other to realise our potential through Integrity, Care and Excellence’ is at the heart of everything we do, and students leave Chellaston Academy ready to be successful in their next stages in life.  All of this success is not possible without the dedication and support from every member of staff at the school, and I would like to thank them all.

Kind regards




Phil Smith
Proud Headteacher
Chellaston Academy

‘Inspiring each other to realise our potential through Integrity, Care and Excellence’