It was a busy morning at Stantonbury where over 300 students collected their results.
Overall, 68% of students achieved 5 or more A* – C passes. Almost half were awarded at least one A/A* grade, 50 students achieved at least three A/A* grades (14%) and 28 achieved 5 or more A*/As. Our congratulations go to Rebecca Ward (7 x A* and 2 A grades), Zain Hussain (6A* and 4A), Hattie Roe-Cox (5A*, 4A) Amber Bail (6A*, 3A and 1B) and many others for their outstanding personal achievements.
The school also sustained strong performance at subject level, with a 100% pass rate in business, including 91% A*/A grades and a 100% pass rate in textiles, ICT, music, public services and sport, all subjects where over 25% of students gained top grades. There were also good grades in GCSE graphics, dance and German. Science A*-C pass rates were also pleasing with chemistry achieving 90%, physics 87% and additional science 88%.
56% of students in English, 55% in mathematics gained an A*-C, with 40% reaching the new government benchmark of 5+A-C grades across a redefined range of subjects including English and mathematics.
Chris Williams (Principal) said, “There’s so much hard work from students and staff behind these results and the well deserved success of our young people.”