PPE Timetables

Year 11 and Year 13 students have been emailed their PPE timetables for the exams in November and December this term.

Year 11 PPE timetable: link

Year 13 PPE timetable: link

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Teacher Training Centre opening

Guilsborough Academy offically opened its Teacher Training Centre on Thursday 6 September.


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GCSE Results

Guilsborough Academy is celebrating another successful year at GCSE, again surpassing national figures across all key areas. These results include 85% of students passing English GCSE and 81% achieving a pass in Mathematics.

Mrs. Swales, Principal, said, “We are delighted with the results our Year 11 students have achieved this year. Their hard work, coupled with high quality teaching and supportive parents/carers has led to our students achieving well. These results, along with their other wonderful qualities, will allow them to follow their pathway of choice moving into the next phase of their careers. We wish them every success for the future.”

The following students all achieved at least two of the new level 9 grades: Ruby Allen, Mary Beetham-Green, Joe Bray, Evan Chippington, Tamara Ferry, Stella Gent, Freya Goff, Sarah Goldney, Sophie Grahamslaw, Matilda Hampton-Riddington, Lois Hazle, Megan Hill, Sian Lee, Charlotte Levy, Marianne Luke, Ruby Mabbutt, Emily Wilford, Hannah Wright and Lauren Wright

Many congratulations!

A special mention also goes to Harry Bardell, Evan Chippington, Fraser Clark, Stella Gent, Max Halls, Edward Leveritt, Marianne Luke, Edward Masters, Emily Moore and Annabelle Thompson for making the most progress, in their year group, since joining Guilsborough Academy. Very well done indeed!

Congratulations Year 11 2018 on a fantastic set of results, ‘we knew you could do it’. If you are continuing into the 6th Form at Guilsborough we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 4th September, otherwise we wish you every success and please keep in touch through our Alumni.

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Student Access to the VLE and Email

Students have had a forced password update on Friday 7 September.

Students must update their password in school.  Students will not be able to access email or the VLE outside of school until they have updated their password in school.

Students will have the opportunity to update passwords in IT lessons or during breaks and lunchtimes in the LRC.

Additionally, the VLE Classes area is currently being updated so students will not yet have access to their new classes until this is completed.

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A Level Results

A Level Press Statement 2018 for Guilsborough Academy

In another successful year, Guilsborough Academy are delighted with the A level and BTEC results their students achieved; nearly half of all grades are at A*-B.  The year group have made fantastic progress during their time in the 6th form with students going on to a variety of different pathways at post 18.  Some have chosen to continue their studies at university, whilst others have taken up exciting apprenticeship or employment opportunities. 

Mrs Swales, Principal, said, “We are proud of how hard our students have worked over the past 2 years, with the support of our staff and their parents/carers.  We would like to congratulate them for all their achievements.  Whilst credit goes to our highest achieving students who obtained all A*/A grades: Matthew Baker, Jessica O’Brien, Isacc Tramontana, Cora Bancroft and Luke Thompson, we would also like to praise the achievements of those that have made outstanding progress; these include: Jessica Hedley, Asha Karavadra, Aidan Dixon, John Roberts and George Chamberlain.  Congratulations also go to Luke Thompson, who is going to Keele University to study medicine and Cora Bancroft, who is going to the Dyson Institute of Technology to study engineering incorporating an engineering degree at Warwick University.”

Good luck to our Year 13 class of 2018.  Please keep in touch through our alumni, so that we get to hear about all the wonderful things you go on to do in the future.




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