THE HAYESBROOK SCHOOL GCSE Results 2019-20
- The Hayesbrook School is again celebrating Year 11 results day. Initial analysis indicates excellent achievements by many students as well as impressive performance in a number of measures and subjects
- Over a third of subject entries have been awarded the highest grades of a ‘strong pass’ at grades 9 to 5
- We are particularly proud of the significantly increased achievement in GCSE English, English Literature, Business Studies, BTEC Sport and GCSE Art, with solid attainment across the curriculum where students have achieved well in the second year of the reformed GCSE subjects
- Almost a quarter of students have achieved 5 of the highest grades (9 to 5) including strong passes in English and maths
- The percentage of total ‘highest’ grades (9 to 8 or equivalents) has increased again this year, with a number of grade 8 and 9s in GCSE Maths, History, Art, Spanish, English Language, English Literature, Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Food. With an impressive 63% of grades achieved in Business and Sport awarded at Distinction/*.
- We are able to congratulate a large number of boys progressing onto The Hayesbrook Sixth Form and other local 16+ providers and apprenticeships, a result of their individual achievements
Executive Principal, Daniel Hatley said: ‘Huge congratulations to this year’s year 11 students. Their commitment, focus and the support of their families, has paid off. We are in the second year of new ‘tougher’ courses but the first year where all GCSE subjects have moved to the ‘reformed’ model of assessment. Many students will have sat in excess of 25 papers all of which require them to demonstrate even greater competence and an increased depth of understanding, than in previous years, which makes their achievements and the academy’s overall performance, even more impressive. It is a pleasure to share their success and to be able to welcome so many into our sixth form next year.’
Amongst other outstanding results the Academy congratulates the 12 students who achieved at least five grades of 6 or better. In particular we congratulate Charles King, Cijay Vickerman, Daniel Smith, Connahr Matthews, Alfie Goater, Alex Silk and Spencer Osbourne each of whom achieved at least five results at grade 7/Merit or higher.
Head of School, Collette Nelson said: ‘Congratulations to all our Year 11 pupils, hard work and dedication have resulted in grades to be proud of. These results will open new doors and opportunities and we wish all our young men every success in their Post 16 studies and their future at the University or career of their choice’.