School’s exciting results day
BEECH Hall School is celebrating after a year of hard work has culminated in an exciting results day.
The school has commended its pupils as 78 per cent exceeded their predicted results by at least two GCSE grades, with 89 per cent achieving A*-C in English and maths.
Two students in particular excelled, Edward Gorton, 16, from Macclesfield, achieved eight GCSEs including an A and B in Science and Additional Science.
The dedication from Edward has been proven with an incredible value-added score of +11, achieving 11 GCSE grades higher than what was predicted for him based on baseline assessment data.
Katie Davies, 16, of Macclesfield, will take her talents to Tytherington Sixth Form after achieving nine GCSEs, including an outstanding 5 As and A*s.
Katie’s effort and achievement has seen her accomplish a valueadded score of +9.
Edward, a senior prefect and member of the inaugural Beech Hall Fives Club will go to Fallibroome Sixth Form.
Edward commented: “I’m proud of my GCSEs; it’s great to see that the hard work has paid off. Beech Hall has been very supportive with helping me to exceed expectations.”
Katie, who has been working throughout the summer as a Lifeguard for the Beech Hall summer play scheme, added: “It’s been brilliant at Beech Hall.
“The staff are so supportive and it is very one to one. They listen to you and what you need, which has helped me greatly to achieve these fantastic results.”
Headmaster James Allen said: “We are so proud that our pupil’s efforts have been rewarded with such satisfying individual results. We wish them the best of luck for the future.”