Exam Results

We are very pleased with the students’ results this summer, and as well as some great individual performances there are strong headline outcomes
for this group of young people.

We would like to congratulate all our students, families and staff for their hard work, energy, and commitment this past year, their determination is certainly reflected in their grades. We would also like to thank Governors and the wider community for their continued support and encouragement. We wish all of our Year 11 lots of luck and happiness in the next stage of their journey. We look forward to hearing about all their inspiring successes, creative achievements and ambitious plans for the future.

Student Highlights

Ellie Dering

3 A*s, 7As, one 8 and one 7 | Going to Paston

 It feels amazing get such great results. I’m particularly pleased with my maths result, as my mock examination didn’t go well. It was down to resilience, dedication and hard work – never give up!

Tamzin Freeman

4 A*s, 6As, two 7s | Going to ENSFC

I’m over the moon with my grades, and couldn’t be happier. I really didn’t expect it, and would like to thank my teachers; I couldn’t have done it without them.

Jed Notarianni

6 A*s, 2 As, one 8 and one 6 | Going to ENSFC

I’m speechless, really ecstatic about it. I really enjoyed school, and didn’t want it to end, but I’m looking forward to starting at East Norfolk Sixth Form.

Wilf Offord

7 A*s, 1 A and 3 9s | Going to ENSFC

My teachers have been amazing, and really helped me to achieve these results, they are something fantastic for me to take forwards.

Thalia Sheriff-Horner

5 A*s, 4 As, one 7 and one 6 | Going to ENSFC

All of the hard work has been worth it - it really paid off.

Dr S Fox | Principal

 

Key Stage 4 Results

Progress 8 score -0.74
Attainment 8 score 41.96
Pupils with good pass (grade c or above)
in english and maths
62%
From Jan 2018: Pupils with a strong pass
(grade 5 or above) in english and maths
26%
Pupils achieving the English Baccalaureate (Ebacc)
subjects (grade 5 or above for reformed subjects
& grade 4 and above for unreformed)
22%
Students who continue in education, training or move
on to employment at the end of 16-19 study)
97%