TUDOR GRANGE MATHS RESULTS EXCEPTIONAL ONCE AGAIN – SET TO BE TOP 10% NATIONALLY
GREAT PROGRESS FOR TUDOR GRANGE ACADEMY REDDITCH STUDENTS
Tudor Grange Academy Redditch students are celebrating again this year despite the introduction of tough new specifications across a number of subjects. Maths results are again exceptional with students exceeding their expected progress by more than half a grade. This is an increase on last year’s results which put our Maths results in the top 10% of schools nationally*.
All core subjects, English, maths and science have seen an increase in student progress measures. Overall progress indicators have improved seeing an increase on last year’s results.
There have been some absolutely fantastic achievements with a 100% pass rate in Triple Science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) with 100% of all triple science grades achieved being 8+ on the new grading system.
There were superb performances from Jess Cann, with 11 GCSE grade 6 or above with 8 of these at grade 7 or above. George Evans achieved 8 GCSEs graded 5 and above while Flynn Duggan and Charlie Blake gained 8 grades at 6 and above. Other notable results include, Kathryn Wright, Holly Smith, Bradley Price, Joe Maddocks, Jason Hill and Lewis Atkinson who all achieved 7 GCSE grades at 5 and above.
There were also some superb achievements in vocational subjects, with 100% of students achieving GCSE grades at 4 or above (equivalent) in Business Studies, Music, Dance, Sport and Health and Social Care.
Mrs Jodie Bolter said, “We are extremely proud of our students and their achievements and to see our Maths results improve once again is exceptional. We expect our overall progress measure to have improved once again and there are some outstanding results within our core subjects. Our improved results are a testament to all the hard work the students and staff have put in. We are looking forward to continuing to build on this success next year.”
For further information please contact Andrea Green, Principal’s PA, on firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01527 523088
*Progress based on 2017 measures- subject to change