Congratulations to all students in the TEN Group who received their GCSE results this week. Collectively these achievements represent a solid set of results for the group, with many outstanding individual performances and excellent progression to A Levels and vocational courses.
Record results at Attleborough Academy
Students at Attleborough Academy Norfolk toasted a record set of results, with 72% of students achieving grades 9-4 in English and maths. Principal Neil McShance said “It is particularly pleasing to see the number of new 9 grades achieved.”
Third consecutive increase for UTCN
At UTCN, staff and students celebrated a third successive rise in GCSE results, with 63% achieving grades 9-4 in English and maths. “Congratulations go to students, staff and parents for all their hard work and dedication. It was worth it!”, said principal Alex Hayes.
Excellent progress by students at Fakenham Academy
Fakenham Academy Norfolk’s interim principal, Neil McShane, paid tribute to the “excellent performance in terms of student progress, built on the hard work, commitment and resilience of our students and staff.”
Hard work pays off at Wayland Academy
Results at Wayland Academy Norfolk revealed a marked improvement in the progress made by boys and those with special educational needs. Principal Glen Alott said, "We are very proud of our Year 11 cohort this year and the progress that they have made in their time at Wayland Academy… I would also like to thank staff for their incredible hard work and resilience in adapting to the new GCSEs and supporting the students to make good progress from their starting points.”
Colleges help hundreds reach English and Maths benchmark
City College Norwich and Paston College supported a very significant number of young people and adults (629) to gain a 4 or above for the first time in GCSE English and Maths.