Stockland Green School is celebrating a well deserved set of examination results. The new government benchmark for student achievement across all their subjects (Progress 8) is +0.3, significantly above the national floor target of -0.5. This means that students made more than expected progress from their starting points in Year 7, and progress well above national averages.
A further cause of celebration was 50% of students achieving A*-C grades in English and maths, an improvement on the previous year’s results.
Headteacher Marie George said:
These results are a testimony to the hard work of our school community. Our Year 11 students worked with their teachers every night after school throughout the year and this team effort has really paid off. We would like to wish all our students every success in the next stage of their journey.”
High achievers included Yasmin Begum, Kiranjit Kaur Hayer, Joshua Shelley-Sak and Aisha Hussain, who all achieved 6+A*-A and 10+ A*-C, with also a congratulations to Josh Harris, Isaam Afsar, Shadhaab Fatima, Simran Sangha and Thabiso Nyongoro who all achieved above +2 on the governments new Progress 8 measure.