Students at Ormiston Shelfield Community Academy Celebrate GCSE Results
Students at Ormiston Shelfield Community Academy are celebrating today after receiving their GCSE results – with improvements in key subjects achieved.
The proportion of students who gained a Grade 4 or above in English and maths was 49%, and the percentage who achieved the higher Grade 5 or above in both subjects was 26% - both scores are improvements on the 2017 figures. In English alone, 61% achieved a Grade 4 (defined by the Government as a pass) and 56% gained a 4 in maths.
Results in other GCSE results were also positive, with students achieving especially well in Textiles, Drama, Health and Social Care, Art, Media, Sociology, Music, Sport, Food and Business Studies.
There were also some fantastic individual success stories:
George Harrison two Grade 8s in biology and maths, six Grade 7s in chemistry, English Language, English Literature, geography, physics, Spanish.
Jake Keen achieved two Grade 8s, five Grade 6s in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, English Language and Spanish, one Grade 5 in Physics and a B in Finance.
Bethany mason and Jess Billingham achieved a Grade 9 in art and Grade 9 in English Literature.
Zahra Thakker and Charlotte Thornley both got a Grade 9 in art.
Stuart Turnbull, Principal at Ormiston Shelfield Community Academy, said:
“Congratulations to all our students who have received their GCSE results today. We are pleased with the improvements which are testament to the hard work and commitment of our students and staff, as well as our strong school community. We wish all our students the very best of luck as they embark on their next chapter, and we look forward to building on this year’s results next year.”