Bluecoat Wollaton Academy celebrates its students, and another year of excellent GCSE results.
Continuing the trend, Bluecoat Wollaton is proud to report that results for GCSEs are once again exceptionally high, with students at the Academy out performing national expectations. There has been a lot to celebrate.
“Yet again, we are thrilled for our hard-working students and their families.” said Stuart Anderson, Principal of Bluecoat Wollaton and Executive Principal within the Trust. “With the external pressure of exams increasing year on year, we want to congratulate our resilient students who have earned the results their endeavours deserved and will be well prepared for their continuing studies in Sixth From or other training.”
There are many, many success stories to choose from, but just some of those hard-working students include:
- Georgia Vining who earned an impressive nine Grade 9s, a Grade 8 and an A* with Distinction – wow!
- Jasleen Virk who attained 4 Grade 9s, 4 Grade 8s, 2A*s a grade 7 AND also got an A in an A’ Level too!
- Amran Sourafal who had all grades at Grade 7 or above, including 6 at Grade 8 and a 9 also.
- Zuzanna Durajska who had the most impressive progress across the school, and achieved above expected results in every subject that she took.
- Ozman Sakhi who also made incredible progress in every subject, earning two Grade 8s, four Grade 7s, three Grade 6s, a Grade 5 and 2 Bs.
- Iman Al-Haj Ali who arrived into the country less than three years ago, and is leaving with a Grade 5s (or higher!) in English and Maths and her other subjects. A huge success and privilege to have you at Bluecoat Wollaton.
The Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ school – inspected in May 2018 – is celebrating as the percentage of students achieving both GCSE English and Maths at Grade 4 or above is well above the national average. Results have been impressive across the full curriculum, with excellent outcomes in GCSE Further Maths, Computer Science, Childcare and IT in particular. Progress in all core subjects remained strong and above the national averages by some way.
Progress for the school is expected to remain significantly high once the official outcomes are released by the Department for Education at the beginning of October, following some strong performances in the full range of E.Bacc subjects.
Stuart Anderson went on to say “The results are not only a testament to the students, but also to the commitment and skill of the teaching and support staff here at Bluecoat Wollaton, who believe in all students (no matter their starting point) and empower them to achieve their potential.”