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5th September 2017

GCSE results highlight the incredible progress made by SAA students



We are delighted to report a provisional progress 8 figure of +0.42. This figure is well above national average (-0.03, 2017) and reflects the impressive progress that our students have made across their best eight subjects, including English, Maths and Science, regardless of their prior ability.

Principal Jon Webb said: “I am hugely appreciative of all the hard work that everyone at St Aldhelm’s Academy puts in to secure these outcomes.”

As always, a number of students achieved particularly well and these included:

Jake Baxter – 3 Grade 8s in Science (combined) and English literature, a Grade 7 in Maths, 3 Grade 6s in English language, History and Geography and a level 5 in Computer Science.

Maisie Kirk – 2 Grade 8s in English language and literature, 2 Distinction * in Business Studies and Dance, 3 Grade 7s in Science (combined) and Geogrpahy and 2 Level 6s in Maths and Spanish.

Callum Phillips – A Distinction * in Business Studies, an A* in Child Development, 4 Grade 7s in Maths, English literature, Geography and Science, 2 Grade 6s in English language and a Grade 5 in Spanish.

Karina Szilagyi – 3 distinctions in Business Studies, Music and Dance, 5 Grade 6s in Science (combined), Maths, English language and Geography and a Grade 5 in English literature.

Our next open evening for parents considering a Year 7 choice for their children from September 2019 will be held on Thursday, September 27 from 5.30 – 7.30pm. For more information call 01202 305168 or email [email protected]



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