Bilton School celebrated another fantastic set of GCSE results this year with almost universal improvements across the board compared to the last time that exams were sat in 2019. There was a significant improvement of 10% for those students gaining a grade 5 and above in both Maths and English as well as the school’s best outcomes in the % of students attaining the top, 9-7 grades.
Headteacher Tim Chambers commented ‘We are really proud that our Year 11 students have achieved so well this summer, in spite of the incredible challenges that they experienced during the past 18 months of their education. We are so pleased to be able to send our students onto the next stage of their journey knowing that everyone has worked so hard to gain their achievements. Lots of our students produced excellent results, and importantly met their personal learning goals. Some stand out individual performances included:
Mya Virk 5 grade 9s, 2 grade 8s, and 1 Distinction*, Gurleen Singh Kaur 3 grade 9s, and 5 grade 8s, Magaile Skutalaite 4 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s, and 1 grade 7, Abinaja Baskaran 3 grade 9s, 4 grade 8s, and 1 Distinction*, Diogo Jaffery Aceves 4 grade 9s, 4 grade 7s, and 1 Distinction*.
Bilton School’s learning community and the Stowe Valley Multi-Academy Trust continue along their path of sustained improvement. Well done to all our students and staff for their fantastic dedication, as well as the unwavering support from parents!’.
Kineton High School
Congratulations to all Kineton High School Year 11 students on achieving excellent GCSE results!
We are so proud of them having displayed great determination throughout their studies despite the challenges faced; notably this academic year, when COVID hit the year group at such a crucial time. They truly deserve their success.
Over 75% left with a grade 9-4 in English and Maths with 57% gaining a 9-5 in both subjects. 20% of all GCSE (or equivalent) grades awarded are at 9-7.
Southam College are delighted to celebrate another fantastic year of Year 11 performance, with 75% of students achieving Grades 4 and above in both English Language and Maths and 58% achieving Grades 5 and above in both English Language and Maths. There were also some exceptional performances across all GCSE subjects at Grades 7-9, with 38% of all GCSE grades being Grade 7 or above.
Whilst all students have made excellent achievements, in what has been a challenging and unsettled few years of preparation, particular mentions go to;
Amelia Blumberger, Megan Moses, Mae Madondo, Cameron Morrison, Sienna Viteri, Max Shirley and Mae Quinney who all achieved seven or more Grade 9’s in their GCSEs. Congratulations for exceptional progress over their time in secondary school go to Emma Curtis, Abigail Watson, Eleri Richard, Holly Timms, Marie Green and Isabel Mathur.
Head of Year 11, Mr D Johnson, said “I am so proud of the achievements of this year group, the hard work and dedication that has been put in has enabled students to create building blocks for future success, well done to all!”