Haven High Academy’s executive headteacher heaped praised upon students, staff and parents for their hard work towards their GCSEs.
In total 63 per cent of students gained five top A* to C GCSEs this year, with 79 per cent of students gained 10 or more qualifications.
Executive Headteacher Adrian Reed said: “I am delighted that the work of students and staff and the support of parents and families has paid dividends.
“As an all ability academy I am particularly pleased that 100% of students gained qualifications (98 per cent gaining five or more GCSEs) ranging from the very highest of GCSE academic achievements to equally important practical, skill based qualifications.”
High performers included Mastervilla Esprit (7 A*s, 6 As and a B), Michaela Marshall (8 A*s, 5 As and a B), Megan Coleman (4 A*s, 3 Bs and 5 Cs), Kenedy Mitcham (4 A*s 2 As 3 Bs and 5 Cs), Megan Anthony (3 As, 4 Bs and 4 Cs), Elizabeth Hardstaff (3 As, 4 Bs and 4 Cs, Kirsty Overton (3 A’s, 5 B’s and 4 C’s), Layne Boyden (2 A*s, 9 Bs and 4 Cs), Josh Howitt (2 A*s, 6 Bs and 7 Cs), Mark Giddins (2 A*s, 3 Bs and 6 Cs)and Sam Hallam (3 As, 3 Bs and 4 Cs).
This was the second year in which results of students from the former St Bede’s Catholic Science College were combined with Haven High.
Many students now move on to the academy’s new sixth form on the Tollfield Road campus doing college courses or work based apprenticeships.