GCSE RESULTS: ‘Significant improvement’ at William Lovell

William Lovell academy pupils with their results
William Lovell academy pupils with their results

Cohort have a lot to celebrate with ‘signifiant improvement’ at William Lovell

The pupils at William Lovell Church of England Academy, in Stickney, have a lot to celebrate, according to principal Lee Wright, with 54 per cent of pupils awarded at least five A*-C grades including English and Maths and 62 per cent of pupils were awarded at least five A*-C grades overall.

Mr Wright said this was a ‘significant improvement’ on last year.

He said: “We are very pleased to share the achievements of our students today and are really proud of them individually and collectively.”

“These results are testament to the dedication and commitment of our teachers, parents and, more importantly, our wonderful students,” he added.

A total of 20 per cent of the pupils achieved five A*-B grades and 26 per cent of all grades awarded were A*-B.

Individual success stories included Jessica Stow-Petts (deputy head girl) who achieved seven A*-A including English and Maths and a total of 10 A*-B grades.

Jack Waters and Sam Scott (head boy) also achieved seven A*-A grades including English and Maths. William Leigh, Codie Warne and Peter Hare achieved five A*-A grades.

Mr Wright said: “The results also show good progress at all levels of our ability ranges and that the academy makes better than expected progress for all of its students. William Lovell is an ideal choice for all prospective learners.”