GCSE grades at Sutton Academy are 'testament to the huge efforts put in by all’, says headteacher
GCSE grades at Sutton Academy are ‘a testament to the huge efforts put in by all’, says headteacher despite a challenging academic year due to Covid-19.
Today (August 20) is results day for GCSE students across the country and pupils at Sutton Community Academy in Sutton-In-Ashfield are celebrating their successful results after a challenging year.
This year’s results were based on centre assessment grades, which is a teacher’s professional judgement of the most likely grade a student would have achieved if the exams had gone ahead.
There were plenty of top performers at the community academy in Ashfield but special congratulations have gone out to Lauren Webb who achieved a spectacular set of results, including two grade 9’s, three grade 8’s and three grade 7’s.
Andrew Wilson, the executive principal, said: “We look forward to Lauren and many of her peers joining us in sixth form and continuing their journey of success with us.”
Other students who achieved exceptional grades this year include Elicia M, with a grade 9, two grade 8’s and five grade 7’s, Ben E who received two 8’s and six 7’s, Rosie C who earnt three 8’s, three 7’s, a 6 and a 5 as well as Tegan S who achieved two grade 8’s, four grade 7’s and three grade 6’s and George V who has a grade 9, two 8’s, three 7’s, and two 6’s.
Ben, Elicia and Tegan are set to continue their studies at Sutton Community Academy sixth form.
Andrew Wilson, Executive Principal, said: “After an incredible year, these grades are a testament to the huge efforts put in by all at the academy and are a superb reflection on our students and community.
“Whilst excellent achievement is an expectation for students at Sutton Community Academy, these grades genuinely open doors to a bright and successful future for the Class of 2020.”
Chris Clark, Assistant Principal said: “Staff and students here at Sutton Community Academy have done exceptionally well navigating through an exceptionally challenging year.
“The strong partnership between our staff, students and parents/carers continues to see success for our students.
“I would like to wish all our students well in their future endeavours.”