Making the grade in record fashion
ALL Saints’ Academy is celebrating another year of recordbreaking A-level results. This year’s results include a significant improvement in higher level passes at A*-A, A*-B and A*-C, which have all improved by five per cent or more this year.
Principal Dermot Mcniffe said: “The reason for this sustained improvement has been the focus on high expectations for all and encouraging our students to grasp the opportunity to succeed and excel in their learning.
“This hard work and studious approach from all of our students has helped them reap the benefits of achieving great examination results.
“The dedication and commitment of our teaching and support staff has also been a key factor in their success.”
The success follows a year when All Saints’ Academy achieved another good Ofsted report (published in January 2019).
Ofsted recognised the Academy as an inclusive school with pupils benefiting from positive relationships with staff and the support they receive when needed.
Teaching at All Saints’ Academy is rated good and teacher’s subject knowledge is strong.
Pupils are particularly effusive about the wide range of extra-curricular sports and arts in which they can engage, and participation levels are high.
The many visitors always comment
on how wonderful, friendly and purposeful the atmosphere is.
Any Year 11 students and parents are welcome to our open evening on November 21 from 6-8pm.
Parents/carers can also visit the Academy during the working day, contact 01242 711201 to book a tour.
Millie Cripps and Sarah Freeman collect their results Denmark Road High School for Girls. Right, Isabel Kwong, Phoebe Darlow and Scarlett Kittle
Crypt School pupils Sam Hill, Daniel Nash, Abigail Charlton, George Barker and Joe Layzell all secured places at Oxbridge Pictures: Mikal Ludlow Charlie Horn, Sam Morgan and Christian Parry receive their results at Cheltenham Bournside School Pictures: Simon Pizzey
All Saints’ Academy pupils celebrate A-level success