Academy Results and Performance Tables


Students at Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy celebrated an excellent set of results in glorious August sunshine. These excellent results are the platform for students to continue their educationalcareers in the Sixth Form. Students have demonstrated their talent and proven academic ability. It was a pleasure to welcome back our Year 11 students who have had such a difficult time over the past weeks and months. It was great to be able to present a fantastic set of results that will enable them to continue with their educational journey. Many of the cohort choosing to do that with us and have enrolled into Arden Sixth Form. We are very excited about the next steps for these students and supporting them as they prepare for University and future success.  Within the significantly improved results this year there are some outstanding individual success stories.

Amongst others these include:



Barakat Kolapo achieved a suite of incredible results with 11 grade 9s. Whilst she was obviously very happy with her achievement she wanted to say “thank you to all of the teachers for the support to help me achieve my GCSE grades.”










Alice Hooton gained eight grade 9s and three grade 8s, she is intending to continue her A-Level studies at Arden.












Zadie Poulsom was overwhelmed to find that she had achieved seven 9s, two 8s and one 7.









Daniel Moreton was very pleased to open his envelope and discover that he had achieved seven 9s, two 8s and one 7. He is looking forward to returning to the Academy in September and continuing his studies in Arden.









Satra Anwari was pleasantly surprised to find that she had achieved six 9s, four 8s and one 7. Once the reality had sunk in she was very keen to thank her teachers.




We are incredibly proud of the fortitude and drive that they have shown over their years at the Academy and this has been demonstrated in the successes that they will be celebrating. We thank all of our staff who took time out of their holiday to support, guide and celebrate with our students today.



Selorm Dzah celebrated some outstanding results today and both he and his family were over the moon to receive confirmation this morning that he had secured his place at the University of Exeter to study Medicine. Selorm is an excellent example of the attitude and dedication required to achieve at the highest level and has agreed to keep in contact with SCWA to inspire future budding medics. He collected the following results today: Biology (A), Chemistry (A), Psychology (A*).



Other notable individual achievements include:

Shannon Austin: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (DDM) – Kings College London (Nursing)


Molly-Rose Heselden: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (D*D*D) – Worcester University  (Paramedic Science)


Bailey Jones: A – Art (Photography) (B), A – Business Studies (B), A – D&T (Product Design) (B), –

Ravensbourne (Motion Graphics)


Christoffer Kachelhoffer: A – Chemistry (B), A – Mathematics (A*), A – Physics (B) – Brunel University (Civil Engineering)


Grace Laverick: A – Art & Design (B), A – Physical Education (A), A – Psychology (C) – Canterbury Christ Church University (Sports Psychology)


Megan Nunn: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (D*D*D*) – St George’s (Paramedic Science)


Becky Owen: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (D*D*D) – University of Greenwich (Paramedic Science)


Rayan Saadi: A – Biology (B), A – Chemistry (B), A – French (A*), A – Mathematics (A) – King’s College London (Biomedical Science)


Lauren Samwell: A – Art & Design (A), A – English Literature (C), A – Film Studies (A) – University for the Creative Arts (Design for Theatre and Screen)


Joseph Nash: A – Media (C), A – English (B), A – History (C) – University of Exeter (Law)


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Government notification: 
The Government has announced that it will not publish any school or college level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020. This update published here clarifies what this means for the way school and college accountability will operate for 2019/20.


Key Stage 4 

  Applied Enrolled Conversion Conversion 2015
External 163 82 50% 44% 
Internal 172 113 66% 57%
Ashdown 46 33 72% 55%
Sherwood 56 32 57% 45%
Delamere 70 48 69% 66%

Key Stage 5 

  Percentage 2015 Percentage 2016
Higher Education Institution 73% 73%
of which    
Top third of HEI’s 19% 32%
Russell group (incl. Ox. and Cam.) 3% 8%
Apprenticeships 8% 7%
Employment 3% 5%
Repeating Year 13 7% 7%
Other Education 2% 1%
NEET 0% 0%
Unknown 6% 8%
Total cohort 125 120