Priory Academy successfully reaches a major milestone in our 106 year history with the announcement of our first set of excellent GCSE results. We started our journey to extend our age range by 3 years in 2013, taking it from a Middle School to an extended Secondary School. The results show that 75% of students achieved at least 5 good GCSEs including maths and English. These superb results are a tribute to the incredible hard work and dedication of our students, staff, parents and governors and are a testament to our school’s vision and values.
We are delighted to report the headline figures of:
Grade 9-4 in English and maths: 83.1%
Grade 9-5 in English and maths: 68.7%
5 or more GCSEs at grade A*-C (including maths and English at grade 4): 74.7%
5 or more GCSEs at grade A*-C (including maths and English at grade 5): 65.1%
We are particularly pleased to see the exceptionally strong results in mathematics and in Chemistry, Physics & Biology with 96% achieving grade 4+ and C+.
Many congratulations to all our students and a special well done to those who have achieved outstanding individual performances:
Layla Cobbett: 1A*, 6As, 2Bs and 1 grade 9, 1 grade 7 and 1 grade 6
Praviga Kuganeswaran: 4A*s, 4 As, 1B and 1 grade 9, and 2 grade 8s
Jack Manders: 2A*s, 7As and 3 grade 7
Ben Warren: 4A*s, 5As and 3 grade 8s
Amy Roberts: 9 A*, and 1 grade 9, and 2 grade 8s
Daisy Sinden: 1 A*, 5As, 3Bs and 1 grade 7, and 2 grade 8s
Under the new rigorous marking introduced this year for English and Maths – our particular congratulations go to: Layla Cobbett, Amy Roberts, Mark Riley for grade 9s in maths and Zak Merel, Parviga Kuganeswaran for grade 9s in English. The new grade 9 is for outstanding achievement above the level of an A* on the old marking system and only awarded to the top 3% in the country.