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Exam results 2014

GCSE Results 2014

We are very pleased that so many students in the Class of 2014 have obtained the results they were aiming for and we have been celebrating their successes in school today.

As an inclusive school, we are delighted to report that 100% of the cohort achieved at least one GCSE grade. It is difficult to single out individuals when so many have achieved so highly and all of the Year 11 students who have reached and surpassed their targets should be delighted, since this will allow them to continue towards the further study and apprenticeship placements they desire.

At this stage the results are provisional and some may change. Overall 72% of the year group achieved at least 5 GCSE grades at C or above, including English and mathematics, and 76% achieved A*-C grades in both English and maths. Every year group of students is different and those who worked hard and took advantage of all the opportunities to learn throughout their time at school did exceptionally well.

As always, we are highly appreciative of the support given by parents and families, as well as to the teachers for all their hard work. By working in partnership, we aim to enable every student to do their best in these key examinations.

Giles Marshall
Senior Deputy Head
21 August 2014

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A Level Results 2014

We are delighted to report great success at A level this year. Results have improved further from our previous years' successes: 58% of grades were at grade B or better, this is an increase from 53% last year. At the very top grades, 33% of all results were between an A* and A, this is an increase from 28% from last year. Our students have done themselves and the school proud.

5 students have secured places at Oxbridge with the majority of our students accepting their places at their first choice university or jobs of their choice.

The success is due to hard work and excellent relationships between staff, students and families. Congratulations to all our year 13 students.

Katherine Ryan
Headteacher
14 August 2014

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