The Arthur Terry School is Celebrating their BEST EVER GCSE and A LEVEL Results!
At GCSE level, we are thrilled that over 80% of our students have achieved a grade 4 in English and Maths. In addition, over 60% of our students have achieved a grade 5, strong pass, which is well above the expected national average. Over a quarter of the entries were graded at 7 or above with over 75 entries being awarded a grade 9. This is a phenomenal achievement !
We are delighted to see a further increase in the number of students achieving top grades with 28% of students achieving grade 7 or above in Mathematics and 35% of students achieving a Grade 7 or above in English. Overall, 28% of entries were a grade 7 or above and record breaking numbers of students achieved grades 8 and 9 across all subjects.
We welcome the majority of our Year 11 students into the Sixth Form and we wish students continuing their studies elsewhere all the very best of luck and we look forward to following and hearing of their achievements.
At A level, we are incredibly proud of our students for achieving record breaking A Level, BTEC and RSL results. Over a quarter of all entries were graded A*/A and over 60% of all entries were graded A*/B. The average grade achieved for all students was a B grade. A remarkable achievement !
We wish our Year 13 students students the very best for the future and eagerly anticipate hearing news of their future successes as they start the next exciting step in their lives. We hope they will stay in touch and we look forward to the new academic year and supporting our students to reach their potential.
Head Teacher Samantha Kibble stated, “yet again, our students have made us and their families proud with their remarkable achievements and commitment to personal development. We are indebted to our staff, school advocates and parents, who consistently work together to achieve the very best outcomes for our young people. These results will give our students the very best chance to succeed in the next stage of their lives, and we wish them all the very best.“
“Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.”