We are delighted with the results received by our Year 11 students this morning, emulating those achieved by our sixth form students last week.
It is excellent that the resilience, commitment and perseverance shown by this group of young people is reflected in the grades they received this morning, exceeding grades achieved in the last set of externally marked exams.
Our provisional progress score suggests that on average students achieved more than three-quarters of a grade higher than their peers nationally, showing the great progress students have made with us in the last five years.
This set of results are all the more impressive coming after two and a half years of disrupted learning and are testament to the hard work of staff and students and the support of parents and carers.
Emily Barns, headteacher, commented: “We are incredibly proud of our Year 11 students for their approach to learning, their care for each other and their willingness to embrace a world of opportunity. I am so pleased that their hard work has resulted in excellent grades for students, enabling so many of them to join us in our fantastic sixth form. I thank the dedicated and skilled staff at the school for their commitment to and encouragement of all our students, as well as parents and carers for their continued support for the school.”