What a week! After some of our best A level results last week, Year 11 have also done an amazing job. It is time to celebrate. They have also shown resilience, strength and true courage.
The results achieved by this cohort are some of the best achieved in our school. This is despite everything that they have endured over the past few years. They have been inspirational. Also, a massive thank you to all the staff who have supported them throughout this time. They have given so much. Along with all of the sessions after school and during the holidays, they have given emotional support when it was most needed.
Some of our best performers include:
Ceri Hills 11 A* 1A 1B
Lowri Nicholls 8A* 4A 3B
Sophie-Jo Callicott 7A* 5A 3B
Olivia Herbert 7A* 4A 1B
Isobel Lloyd 6A* 3A 3B
Dylan Skinner 4A* 6A 2B 1C
Alexis Abraham 3A* 6A 5B
Brooke Palmer 3A* 7A 2B
Rhys Preston 3A* 7A 3B
Abi Davies-Jones 2A* 7A 4B
Lloyd Grabham 3A* 4A 6B
Oliva Worrall 3A* 4A 5B
Alfie Coleman 4A* 1A 7B
Tamzin Williams 1A* 7A 4B
However, we would like to congratulate all of our learners. 89% of them achieved or exceeded their targets in five or more qualifications. We would also like to give a massive thank you to our parents and carers who have worked alongside us throughout this challenging time. This partnership and trust have paid off and you also need to be proud of these results. Again, a massive thank you to the Governing Body for their faultless commitment, energy and belief throughout this time.
These results have been well earned by our learners, they are well above those achieved in 2018/19 and in some cases exceed those given via CAGs/CDGS in 2021 and 2022. Our vision is about empowering our learners to be resilient, and these results are testament to this.
In line with Post 16 we have used any additional funding from the Welsh Government to support our learners mental and emotional wellbeing along with extra academic support including exam/revision techniques and we are proud of the fact that these strategies worked!
We cannot wait to continue this journey with those who are returning to our sixth form. For those going to college or employment we would like to take this opportunity to wish good luck and remember ‘don’t stop believing’.
Tracey Wellington – Headteacher