Stockland Green School is celebrating a well deserved set of GCSE examination results. In a period of uncertainty with changing examination specifications, the school is very pleased to see more students than ever before achieving a good pass in both English and Maths. 51% of the cohort achieved 4s or above in these subjects. Especially pleasing is the attainment gap between the performance of boys and girls has closed.
Headteacher Marie George said:
These results are a testimony to the hard work of all in our school community. Our students have really pushed themselves to achieve their very best and this has been supported by an exceptionally dedicated and able staff body. I really couldn’t be prouder. Our students now leave us to begin their next chapter in their journey, so from all at Stockland Green, we wish them all the best.”
Stockland Green School has also seen some great individual success, notably Marta Rodowicz, Nehaa Bali, Alexandra Dingley and Jay Smith who all achieved a 9, the new standard of excellence, in either English or Maths alongside their other high A*-C grades. Really well done to them and all students at Stockland Green School.