Students at Sir Christopher Hatton Academy are celebrating their best ever GCSE results, with 75 per cent of students achieving A* to C in English and 71 per cent of students achieving A* to C in maths.
Despite a fall nationally in maths, grades A* to A increased further at the academy with more than one in four students achieving the grade.
Having been confirmed as outstanding by Ofsted in March 2016, these results see further significant improvements in every area.
Victoria Bishop, executive principal and CEO of Hatton Academies Trust, said: “These results are outstanding across the full ability range with students not only excelling academically, but growing as individuals in line with comments from Ofsted in January 2015 that “when students leave Hatton they are extremely well equipped to take their place in society as young adults.”
Andrew Wilson, associate principal of Sir Christopher Hatton Academy, said: “We are incredibly proud of the success that all our students have achieved.
“My congratulations to all the dedicated staff who have worked tirelessly to enable the best outcomes for our students.
“These results are testament to the determination of the staff and students.
“It is a very proud day for Hatton.
“We look forward to many of our students returning into our VI Form.”
A total of 14 students achieved at least 10 A - A*s with top performers including:
- Shaylan Patel: Nine A* and four As
- Vijay Patel: Nine A*, two As and Distinction
Other students achieving at least 10 grade A and A* include:
- Nazreem Begum
- Kyle Charlton
- Nathan Davenport
- Tessa James
- Nikita Joshi
- Yash Mendon
- Belle Myers
- Adam Parrett
- Laurence Rawlings
- Joseph Swain
- Anjani Thakrar
- Tanika Vaghela
Sir Christopher Hatton Academy is having its Year 6 open evening at 6.30pm on Tuesday, October 13.
For further details contact Emma-Jane Harris firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone interested in joining the school’s VI Form can contact Mr James Pinkney by emailing email@example.com.
The VI Form open evening will be held at 6.30pm on Wednesday, November 9.