Students celebrate success with 2016 GCSE results

The Grove is celebrating fabulous GCSE results this summer. Students have made superb progress across a range of subjects including science, sport and child development but a particular mention needs to go to English where 75% of students have made expected progress with 33% making better than expected progress and Art where 100% made expected progress and a remarkable 60% made exceptional progress. These are truly outstanding outcomes for the students.

 

Top attaining students were: Eleanor Walkerdine who achieved 5 A*s, 4 As and Distinction*; Sarah Gibson with 4A*s, 5 As and 2 B; Jack Groom achieved 2A*s, 7 As, 2 Bs and a Distinction*; George Szczadylo achieved 3A*s, 3As, 5 Bs and Saffron Corbyn achieved 1A*, 7As and 2Bs.

 

Outstanding progress has been made by the following students in their best 8 subjects including English and maths: Karen Workman, Katie Riley, Marc Wardle, Poppy Byers, Eleanor Bradeley and Faye Thomas.

 

Headteacher, Mrs Taylor said, “We are delighted by these results. The hard work and dedication of all of our students is reflected in their impressive results. There have been many changes to the educational landscape recently but the students and staff at The Grove have faced these challenges confidently.  We are committed to providing the highest quality education for our community and are proud to see our results go from strength to strength.

 

I would like to thank all our staff and parents for the support they have given the students at The Grove this past year and wish our students every success as they move on to further education at Grove College, apprenticeships and employment.”

A 2016 A Level success for Grove College!

There were some outstanding results for students at Grove College in their A levels this year enabling them to go on to study a variety of courses.  Particular successes were: Toby Cordova with  grades A, B, B; Abbie Hickson with A, B, B, B; Rachel Owen with A, B, B; Will Murray, Sarena Tamana and Emily Rogers with 2 As. 

 

Vocational students achieved very well too with Chloe Allen, Sam Arnott,  Lee Harrison, Holly Jones, Susanna Loosemore, Ryan Robinson and Oliver Robinson Barber achieving 2 Distinction* grades.

 

AS results saw successes too with Zoe Watson achieving 4 As, Max Dubois Jones 3 As and Rowan Cookson 3As.  There were also 2 As for Emily Rogers and William Trow in their extended projects.

 

There were huge successes for students studying Cambridge Technical courses at the College with six students who initially had not considered university as an option, securing places as a result of studying hard over three years. 

 

Headteacher, Sonia Taylor said, “I am especially thrilled with these results and would like to congratulate every one of our students for their hard work and determination.  I would also like to thank all staff who have shown tremendous dedication and commitment and of course all our parents who have supported their children in their studies.  At Grove College we aim to secure bright and successful futures for all of our students and these results mean that all of our students who applied have been offered university places."

 

Students will be studying a diversity of courses including Marine Biology, Business, Psychology, Biology and English.  

Key Stage 4 & 5 Exam Results

A-level and GCSE results 2015

Grove School GCSE Results

 

Indicator

2015

Indicator

2015

Capped 8 VA

988

Value Added English

999.5

5 GCSE’s A*-C incl. English & Maths

45%

A*/A Maths

17%

5 GCSE A*- C

53%

A*-C Maths

61%

A*-C in English & Maths

50%

3 levels of progress Maths

58%

 A*/A English

9.9%

4 levels of progress Maths

26%

A*-C English

59%

Value Added Maths

1000.4

3 levels of progress English

65%

2 Sciences A*-C

65%

4 levels of progress English

21%

English Baccalaureate

17.3%

 

GCSE: Star  Performances for Grove Students

 

There were some outstanding results for students at Grove School in their GCSEs this year.  Rowan Cookson achieved 9 A*s and 1 A grade; Zoe Watson: 7 A*s and 3As; Kayleigh Turner: 5 A*s and 5 As; Max Du Bois Jones: 5A*s and 3As; Bethany O’Brien: 4A*s and 6As; Lydia Greatrix: 4A*s and 4As; Phoebe Barratt: 3 A*s and 6As; Jacqueline Kiessling: 3A*s and 6As.

 

Outstanding progress has been made by the following students in their best 8 subjects including English and maths: Ben Viggers, Tom Allcock, Bryn Buckley, Sarah Hope, James Whittaker and David Walley.  Excellent progress was made by a high percentage of students in Fine Art, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Sport and Spanish.

 

Headteacher, Sonia Taylor said, “The hard work and dedication of these students is reflected by their impressive results.  I would like to thank all our staff and parents for the support they have given the students at Grove this past year and wish them every success as they move on to further education at Grove College, apprenticeships and employment.”

 

 

Grove College

 

Measure

A Level

Vocational

 

Average Points Score per Pupil

745.61

693.36

Average Point Score Per Entry

195.48

245.77

Average Grade

C-

Distinction *-

 

 

 

GCSE Resits in Post – 16 for English & Maths

A-Level: Bright Futures for Grove Students

 

There were some outstanding results for students at Grove College in their A levels this year enabling them to go on to study a variety of courses.  Joel Hampton achieved 2 A* grades and a B grade and is going on to study Engineering; Tom Gee achieved an A grade and 2 B grades enabling him to go on to study Pharmacy; Francesca Norman achieved 2 A grades and a B grade and will go on to study Illustration.  

 

Vocational results were very impressive with the average grade being a High Distinction and the following students achieving a distinction *:  Ben Allen who will go on to study Sports Science, James Martin who is taking Business Management and Harvey Wakefield who is off to Australia on a gap year.  We are especially pleased with our A level Maths results where 2 students achieved A* grades, 5 B grades and 1 C grade.

 

Headteacher, Sonia Taylor said, “I am especially thrilled with these results and would like to congratulate every one of our students for their hard work and determination.  I would also like to thank all staff who have shown tremendous dedication and commitment and of course all our parents who have supported their children in their studies.”

 

At Grove College we aim to secure bright and successful futures for all of our students and these results mean that many of our students are going to their first choice of university.  All of our students have been accepted onto university courses and 5 of our students have also secured high quality apprenticeships. 

 

 

For the latest published results, please refer to the DfE School performance tables.