Our Year 11 students celebrated achieving record-breaking GCSE results today.
72% of students achieved grades 9-4 in English and Maths, considerably higher than the national and Norfolk averages. This is a 5% increase on last year’s results and is a record set of results for our Academy. In addition to the overall increase, many students also achieved grade 9 – the highest grade possible.
Speaking on the results, Neil McShane, Principal, said:
This is yet another increase and a record set of results for the Academy even despite the new and nationally predicted ‘more demanding’ exams. It is particularly pleasing to see the number of new 9 grades achieved. Congratulations to all our brilliant Year 11s who worked so hard and remained so resilient despite the national backdrop of anxiety and uncertainty. Many thanks to all our staff for their commitment and unwavering belief in our students and also to our parents and Governors for their continued support.