Year 9 MenACWY/School Leaver Vaccinations are taking place in school on Tuesday 24 April. Child Health consent forms must be handed to the Welfare Office on Monday, they will not be accepted on Tuesday. Students need to wear a short sleeve shirt or t-shirt/vest under their school shirt.
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Students at Haygrove School are celebrating their superb results, with 67% achieving a good or strong pass (level 4 -9) in the new GCSE English and GCSE Maths exams, and 22% gaining the English Baccalaureate.
“I am delighted with how well our students have achieved this year and so proud of the effort and commitment they, and our staff, have shown,” said Headteacher, Mrs Canham. “There are many wonderful success stories across the whole year group, with the majority of students gaining the grades they need to move on to the next stage of their education feeling proud and confident in their ability.”
A total of 34 students gained 5 or more GCSEs at grade A* or A (level 7-9) of which 12 achieved 8 or more GCSEs at this level: Tom Williams, Alice Scott, Mary Lockyer, Jools Wheeler, Gemma Shanahan, Eve Jenner, Daniel Edwards, Casey Williams, Lauren Sweeting, Andrew Midenda, Jake Moll and Kate Bancroft. Kate Bancroft and Jake Moll excelled in the year group, with both of them achieving this top grade in 13 of their GCSE subjects.
Jake Moll, who achieved an outstanding grade in Maths said, “Doing well is also about your mindset and really wanting to do well in your exams. And that’s not only in the last couple of months, but throughout the year!”
Asked what had helped her achieve her excellent results Gemma Shanahan said, “I started revising around Easter and did lots of past papers, they were a real help!”
“For many of our students, progress is as important as attainment and I am delighted to say that our students have proved that with effort and determination they can exceed expectations and gain the results they truly deserve.” said Mr Reid, Deputy Head. “Well done also to Alice Scott, Tara Brazier, Tilly Bond, Aleks Jursa, Honlok Lee and Joe Shadrick, all of whom made excellent progress in a range of subjects.”