Voy­ager Academy

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - GCSE RESULTS -

A third of pupils at The Voy­ager Academy passed English and maths.

Over­all, 34 per cent of pupils achieved a 4 or higher in the sub­jects, 12 per­cent­age points higher than in 2016. Sub­jects which saw im­proved results in­cluded: Span­ish, art, busi­ness stud­ies, chem­istry, health and so­cial care and tex­tiles. Scott Hud­son, prin­ci­pal, said: “We are de­lighted with the im­proved results which are a tes­ta­ment to our stu­dents who have worked in­cred­i­bly hard and have been sup­ported by ded­i­cated and com­mit­ted staff. “The im­prove­ments we have had in teach­ing and learn­ing, be­hav­iour and lead­er­ship, are now start­ing to im­pact mas­sively upon pupil out­comes. It is ev­i­dent our new part­ner­ship with Thomas Dea­con Ed­u­ca­tion Trust (TDET) is be­gin­ning to have an im­pact.”

The academy will re-open as Queen Katharine Academy in Septem­ber.

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