|The progress our students have made compared with students across the country for A Level Examinations.||0.2 Sig +|
|The average grade for students at Key Stage 5||C|
|The average point score per entry for best 3 A Levels||B-|
|The progress students have made in English and mathematics||n/a|
|Retention – The proportion of students who get to the end of the main programme of study that they enrolled on||98%|
|Destinations – the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment||100%|
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Well done to all our students who achieved, collectively, a fantastic set of results. This reflected the hard work of students and staff and the continued support of parents and carers. Over 64% of grades achieved were awarded A* to B grade; with a third at A*/A. As a result, the majority of our students have gained offers from Russell Group Universities, the top Universities in the country. Special mention must also be given to given to:
Sarah Kowalczyk who gained two A* grades and an A and is taking up a place at Cambridge University to study Veterinary Medicine.
Ehsan Bastani who gained two A* and two A grades and who intends to study in the USA.
Amal Hassan who gained an A* and two A grades and is going to study Dentistry at Manchester University.
Seamus Bradbury who gained an A* and three A grades and is going to study Natural Sciences at Bath University.
Maymoona Eldin scored two A* grades and a B grade and is going to study Medicine at Manchester University.
Dylan Holden-Sim who gained an A* grade and two A grades and is going to study Computer Science at Bristol University.
Headteacher, Mr Mullins stated, ‘ Against a backdrop of ever increasing challenge, I am delighted to see that our students have developed the determination, resiliency and skill set to achieve these results regardless of the additional rigour of these new examinations. It must be noted that behind these excellent headline figures there are real stories of endeavour and hard work on the part of our students. However, a huge thank you must go to the Curriculum Leaders who have expertly prepared their areas for the delivery of these new qualifications, the teaching staff who have taught them with great enthusiasm and creativity, the pastoral team who skillfully guided them in times of adversity and the unrelenting support of parent and carers. I am delighted to note that as a consequence our students are better placed than most to embark on the next stage of their academic careers and I look forward to hearing of their future successes – well done to all’.
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