GCSE Results Press Release
Guilsborough Academy GCSE Results 2017
Students at Guilsborough Academy are celebrating after achieving a superb set of GCSE examination results.
Students and staff have worked hard to achieve fantastic results, especially considering all the national changes that have taken place this year.
100% of students achieved both English and Mathematics GCSEs under the new system, with the majority achieving the new grade 4 or above (old C grade) in both subjects. This allows them to go onto the next stage of their chosen career path, with many of them choosing to stay on into the 6th form at Guilsborough Academy. Mrs Swales, Principal said, “We are so pleased that all the hard work by our students and staff, supported by parents, has reaped the high rewards they deserve. These results, as well as their wonderful personal skills, will allow them to continue to do new and exciting things.”
Whilst Guilsborough Academy is proud of the achievements of all its students we would like to highlight those that achieved all A*/A grades and equivalent, which included Lucy Fergusson, Georgia Lett, Charlotte Newton Bennett, Lucy Exley, George Andrew, Charlie Risdale, Rachel Wyss, Llio Godfrey-Flower and Lewis Tetley. A special mention also goes to Samuel Bryant, Anais Worrell, Luca Pett and Freya Higman for making the most progress, in their year group, since joining Guilsborough Academy.
Well done to all Year 11 students at Guilsborough Academy 2017. This leg of the journey is now complete and we wish you the best of luck for the future. To those continuing into the 6th form, we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 5th September.
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New host URL will be released on the day and the link from this site will be updated to reflect the change.
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GCSE new grading scale - Factsheet
As you will be aware, students in Year 11 will be receiving their Maths, English Language and English Literature GCSE grades this summer as numbered grades, 9 - 1, rather than A* - G. Additionally Year 10 and Year 9 students are studying GCSE courses that are graded using the new 9-1 scale.
In preparation the Department for Education has this week published a factsheet for parents explaining the new GCSE grading scale.
The factsheet explains:
- the new GCSE grading scale
- standard and strong pass marks and what this means for students, schools, parents and employers
- when the new grades will apply to different subjects
Link to: GCSE new grading scale - Factsheet for parents
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A-level Press Statement 2017
Mrs Swales, Principal at Guilsborough Academy, said that she could not be more proud of her Year 13 students. Not only have they achieved an excellent set of academic results, but they have also gained places at a wide range of universities and high quality apprenticeships. She said also: “Our students are a credit to themselves, the school and their parents. They have worked extremely hard at their studies whilst being involved in the wider school initiatives leading as excellent role models to our younger students”.
As a school Guilsborough continues, year on year, to achieve excellent results overall, with 49% of all grades at A*-B and 79% at A*-C this year. “This is due also to our staff and parents/carers working in close partnership to enable our students to have the best possible support which has really paid off,” said Mrs Swales.
Miss Nunley, Head of 6th Form added, “Whilst the school is proud of all our students a particular mention goes to those who achieved all A*/A grades: Izzy Van Besouw, George Fairbrother, Anna Scullion, Isaac Watson, Milly Munro and Rebecca Wilson. Furthermore, Rebekah Curran, Perri Dando, Molly Jarvis, Charly Kelly, Harry Thorpe and Daisy Pierce must be mentioned as they significantly exceeded their target grades in all their subject areas”.
Well done and good luck for the future to all our Year 13 students, please come back and visit your Guilsborough Family to let us know about your future successes.
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