Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy is celebrating its best ever GCSE results with a phenomenal 70% of students achieving A*-C grades in both English and Mathematics improving on its performance in 2015 and continuing its trend of performance exceeding both local and national averages; an outstanding 85% of students achieved an A*-C grade in English and 73% in Maths.
Associate Principal, Faz Rahman, said: “Our students were determined to succeed and these excellent results are a tribute to their commitment and hard work. We would also like to thank the teachers, support staff, parents who have taught, supported, nurtured and encouraged our students throughout their school lives.”
David Millar, Executive Principal, said: “These excellent results are the platform for students to continue their educational careers in the Sixth Form and I am delighted that the vast majority have chosen to remain here at the Academy for their post 16 studies. We are very excited about the next steps for these students and supporting them as they prepare for University and future success .”
In 2016 Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy maintained its track record of performance above national averages.
A*-C in Maths and English
Students at the academy make better progress than similar pupils nationally across the Best 8 subjects that they study (National average is 0).
English Baccalaureate – EBACC
Students achieving the academically rigorous EBACC standard has been above the national average for the last three years.
Individual outstanding achievements in 2016 were:
Michael Nguyen – 9 A* and 3 A grades
Nimotalai Lawal – 8A* and 4 A grades
Maisie Harrison – 6 A* and 6 A grades
Ifeoluwa Adeduwon – 6 A* and 5 A grades
Syra Flaxman-Ali – 5 A*, 6 A and 1 B grades
Bolanle Oyetade – 2 A*, 8 A and 1 B grades
Adedayo Sulaiman – 4 A*, 5 A and 2 B grades
Zainab Yusuf – 4 A*, 4 A and 4 B grades
Ellie King – 2 A*, 6 A and 2 B grades
POST 16 RESULTS CELEBRATED AT STATIONERS’ CROWN WOODS ACADEMY
The Academy is delighted to report that 98% of students achieved A Level, or equivalent, passes with 70% achieving A*-C grades. Arden students enjoyed a summer of celebration and excitedly started to make plans for university life, apprenticeships and careers.
“We are delighted with these fantastic outcomes at post 16 which are very well deserved and a culmination of two years hard work by both students and staff. We would like to congratulate all of our students on their achievements and for working so hard to meet or exceed their targets, gaining the grades required for their future plans; be it university, training or employment.” Said Faz Rahman, Associate Principal.
David Millar, Executive Principal, said: “The summer results once again represents the excellent examination performance of students at Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy and we are extremely proud of these achievements. It is clear that our Sixth Form provision, tailored to the individual needs and aspirations of each student is highly successful.”
The following students performed particularly well and the Academy wish them every success at the university of their choice:
Ozan Caglar – Maths (A*); Chemistry (A); Religious Studies (A) – Going to Warwick to study Chemistry
George Holt – Chemistry (B); Economics (A); Mathematics (A*) – Going UCL to study Economics
Tassia Longmore – Maths (A); Further Maths (B); Chemistry (A) – Going to Surrey to study maths
Elena Montague Cook – Law (A); Biology (B); Psychology (A) – Going to Surrey to study Biology
Connor Stanley – Gov & Pol (A); History (B); Psychology (A) – Going to University of East Anglia to study History
Derell Stephens – D*D*D* in BTEC Business – Going to University of Surrey to study International Business management
Blessing Amedu – D*D*D* in BTEC Health and Social – Going to Kings College London to study Midwifery
Temidayo Shangobiyi – D*D*D* in BTEC Health and Social – Going to University of Kent to study social work
Simon Beamish CEO of Leigh Academies Trust said:
“I am delighted with A Level results at Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy and across Leigh Academies Trust’s six secondary schools. They are our best results ever this year, in some cases by a very large margin. They show the power of working within a successful and dynamic multi-academy trust. Our students and staff deserve all the accolades that will flow from here”.