BEST EVER GCSE RESULTS
Staff and students at New Line Learning Academy are celebrating the 2018 GCSE examination results which highlight a continued improvement.
The outcomes that students have achieved demonstrates the excellent progress that students continue to make within the Academy.
It is testament to the hard work and commitment of our students and staff that this year’s results build on the excellent outcomes achieved last year.
Students who joined us in September 2013 can be extremely proud of their results which highlight their hard work and determination to succeed. These results, across this year group, are especially notable given the educational climate which has seen many reformed qualifications.
Each year, the cohort of students has different academic abilities and this year our students have, again, exceeded their expected target grades.
47% of our students achieved a grade 4-9 in English Language whilst 59% of students achieved a grade 4-9 in English Literature. This again highlighting a continued improvement upon the Academy’s performance in 2016 and 2017, showing the dedication and hard work of all students and staff in ensuring students reach and exceed their full potential.
There are a number of students whose results are outstanding and deserve individual recognition including a grade 9 in English Language achieved by Lucy-Ann Wright. Lucy-Ann Wright, English Language grade 9, English Literature grade 8, Maths grade 5, Science grades 8 and 7, Business grade Distinction*, Finance grade D*, Health and Social Care grade Distinction* and History grade 7.
Anusha Tamang, English Language grade 7, English Language grade 7, Maths grade 7, Science grades 7 and 7, Art grade 6, Finance grade B, Geography grade 6, Health and Social Care grade Distinction*.
Frankie Williams, English Language grade 7, English Literature grade 8, Maths grade 4, Science grades 5 and 5, Finance grade A, Health and Social Care grade Merit, History grade 6.
- Sharn Crouch, English Language grade 7, English Literature grade 4, Maths grade 7 Science grades, 7 and 7, Dance merit grade, Finance grade A, Geography grade 6, History grade 8,
- Mumina Saidova, English Language grade 6, English Literature grade 8, Maths grade 7, Science grades 8 and 8, Art grade 7, Textiles grade A, Geography grade 7, Health and Social Care grade Distinction,
- Mercy Rai, English Language grade 5, English Literature grade 8, Maths grade 6, Science grades 7 and 6, Art grade 6, Textiles grade A, Geography grade 6, Health and Social Care grade Distinction.,
- Taila Slender, English Language grade 7, English Literature grade 7, Maths grade 5, Sciences grades 5 and 5, Art grade 5, Business grade D2, Health and Social Care Distinction*, History grade 5.
Alice Edmonds, English Language grade 7, English Literature grade 6, Maths grade 6, Science grades 6 and 5, Textiles grade A*, Finance grade A, Mandarin grade B,
- Ethan Wood, English Language grade 6, English Literature grade 6, Maths grade 6, Science grades 6 and 6, Geography grade 6, History grade 7,
- Kian Abbott, English Language grade 6, English Literature grade 6, Maths grade 5, Science 6 and 6, Finance grade B.
- Jay Bishenden, English Language grade 5, English Literature grade 5, Maths grade 7, Science grade 7 and 6, Business grade Merit, Finance grade A, Mandarin grade C.
These achievements allow our students to follow the path of their choice, whether that be into further education, apprenticeships or other further training. A significant number of our students will now progress onto the Trust Sixth Form to complete their Key Stage 5 studies.
We are currently aware of a clerical error from the Department of Education when they publish the unvalidated data in September. The validated data, which will show a true representation of the cohort’s progress and will be published in January 2019. If you require any further clarification, please contact the school for details.
We wish all of our students continued success in the future and we are confident that their determination to succeed will enable all of them to continue with their personal journeys.
We believe that New Line Learning Academy provides a wonderful opportunity for students to fulfil their potential in a caring and vibrant community and we look forward to the new academic year starting in September.
Congratulations to all of our students.
Mr Paul Murphy