Excellent GCSE Results and Many Outstanding Outcomes!
The cohort of 2021 did not have the opportunity to sit their exams due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Instead, students’ teachers submitted TAGs (Teacher Assessed Grades) based on students’ work, including their mock exams and assessments in May and June. Our students were incredibly positive, rising to the challenge of the additional assessments.
We knew that the 2021 cohort would be strong, and we are pleased that the final GCSE grades reflect their ability and work ethic.
- 75% of students achieved grades 9-4 in one of their GCSE English qualifications.
- 55% of students achieved grades 9-5 in one of their GCSE English qualifications.
- 71% of students achieved grades 9-4 in GCSE mathematics.
- 47% of students achieved grades 9-5 in GCSE mathematics.
- 63% of students achieved grades 9-4 in both GCSE English and mathematics.
- 39% of students achieved grades 9-5 in both GCSE English and mathematics.
- 74% of students achieved grades 9-5 in GCSE Spanish.
- 96% of students achieved grades at or above Level 2 Pass (equivalent to GCSE grade 4) in Health and Social Care.
Overall, 243 grade 9-7s were achieved by this year’s students.
Special congratulations go to:
- Pranay who achieved 8 grades 9s, including English, mathematics, biology, chemistry and physics and a Level 2 Distinction* (the top possible grade in the course)
- Tennyson who achieved 7 grades 9s, a grade 8 and a Level 2 Distinction.
- Nana who achieved five grade 9s and two grade 8s and two Level 2 Distinctions*
- Hannah who achieved 5 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s and a Level 2 Distinction*
- Ismat, Denisa, Israa and Hakim who all made exceptional progress.
Mr Burridge, Headteacher, said, “I have been thoroughly impressed by our students, their amazing positive attitudes and sheer hard work during the past two difficult academic years. We are pleased that this has paid off with excellent results and many outstanding outcomes. Our students should be very proud of their achievements which are as a result of rigorous and thorough assessment. I am extremely grateful to our staff who worked tirelessly to give students every opportunity to succeed and adjusted to the many demands placed on them. We are exceptionally proud of the class of 2021 and wish them every success in the future.”