We would like to congratulate the Class of 2022 for all of their hard work and effort. Some excellent results were achieved in some very difficult circumstances.
While it seems wrong to single out students amongst such a hard-working cohort, particular mention should go to the following people who achieved a grade 7 or above in every one of their subjects.
Rifat Ahmed, Gemma Bunt, Millie Detheridge, Eleanor Forbes-Ritte, Lilli Holmes, Isabelle Jones, Niamh Martin, Alarna Mehmi, Izzy Peters.
A fantastic achievement, well done!
Progress 8 is the key indicator of overall school performance and measures the progress students have made from the end of primary school to students of the same ability nationally. Although it will be a while before the final results are verified and published on the school performance tables website we have early indicators that suggest the year group performed really well achieving a progress 8 score of 0.0. This basically means that the year group as a whole performed perfectly, hitting their expected grades across 8 subjects.
The students showing the most progress achieved an average of more than 2 grades per subject higher than similar students nationally.
Alivea Bennett, Kirsty Davidson, Millie Detheridge, Lilli Holmes, Camreen Khaira
Rohan Patel, Kiera Sullivan, Georgia Turley, Mia Vincent.
And the following students achieved an unbelievable average of more than 3 grades per subject higher than similar students nationally
Shane Harrison, Ashleigh Rogers, Priya Sandhu.
This is a truly amazing achievement demonstrating that hard work really does pay off, well done!!