The Hayesbrook School GCSE Results 2016
The Hayesbrook School is once again enjoying an extremely successful Year 11 results day with 61% achieving 5 A*-C grades overall.
Initial analysis indicates excellent achievements by many students as well as increased performance in a wide range of subjects.
At the time of going to press the academy’s headline figures show that 63% of students achieved an A*-C grade in English and Maths with 61% achieving 5 A*-C grades overall. Furthermore an extremely pleasing 59% of students achieved 5 A*-C grades including English and Maths. The percentage of total grades at A*-B (or equivalent) is a staggering 36%.
Students have also performed well against new government performance measures which have been introduced this year. The new ‘Progress 8’ measure looks at the amount of progress students make across eight of their subjects including English, Maths and Science. It measures the progress students make between joining the school in Year 7 and their achievement at the end of Year 11. Our results give us a positive ‘Progress 8’ score, well above the floor target, meaning that students at The Hayesbrook School make more progress than other students when compared to performance across the country.
We are able to congratulate a large number of boys progressing onto The Hayesbrook School Sixth Form and other local 16+ providers as a result of their individual achievements.
Amongst other outstanding results the following students are to be congratulated: Daniel Rich achieved 3x A*, 6x A and 1x B; Tom Tyrie achieved 1x A*, 7x A, 2x B; Jake Pinnell achieved 8x A, 2x B; James McDougall achieved 5x A*, 2x A, 2x B, 1x C; James Eames achieved 1x A*, 3x A, 4x B and 2x C; Eddie Bellord achieved 2x Distinction*, 2x A, 5x B, 1x C; James Dykes achieved 1x Distinction*, 3x A, 5x B; Dominic Winslade achieved 1x Distinction, 1x Distinction*, 1x A, 6x B; Finn O’Beirne achieved 2x A, 7x B, 1x C; Joshua Hadridge achieved 1x A, 8x B, 1x C; James Batchelor and Tyler Eager both achieved 5x A, 5x B.
Principal, Daniel Hatley said: "I am so pleased for all of our students who now have the currency they need to move one step further towards the career or university of their choice – something which is extremely important to us at The Hayesbrook School. This year’s results are a reflection of the dedication, commitment and sheer hard work of our brilliant students, fantastic staff and the excellent support of the families we work with. We are all extremely excited at the prospect of working together to continue to raise attainment and ensure students’ ongoing excellent achievement."