Tonbridge boys who achieved outstanding results in their GCSE exams this summer have been rewarded with Post GCSE Honorary Academic Scholarships.
Boys were presented with their scholarship certificates by James Priory, the Headmaster of Tonbridge, in a ceremony on Friday (15 November).
The scholarships were awarded to recognise the achievement of those who did not previously hold awards but who have enjoyed significant academic success across the curriculum at GCSE. All will also be awarded cheques for £100 at an end of term Presentation Assembly.
The Headmaster congratulated the boys on their results and said he looked forward to seeing them go on to further academic success in the Sixth Form.
Tonbridge School’s boys once more achieved an excellent set of GCSE grades in 2019. In one of the school’s strongest ever performances, 92 per cent of all GCSE results were at Grade 9, 8 and 7. The ‘average’ outcome was the equivalent of achieving 8A*s and 2As at GCSE.
The following boys, now in the Lower Sixth, have been made Post GCSE Honorary Academic Scholars:
Patrick Davies Jones