Today has been a great day of celebration for our class of 2019. As our first cohort of students taken through from year 7 we have many outstanding successes which we are so proud of.
Despite the rigour of new reformed GCSEs students have continued to achieve above national expectations across a range of subjects. Through their accomplishments, many students are today making the transition to Sixth Form study at Bosworth Academy.
Simon Brown, Head of School said: “Congratulations must go to all of our students for their GCSE success. It was a delight to see so many of our hard working students achieving results that were better than they ever imagined. I would also like to acknowledge the commitment and determination shown by staff to support our students.”
Rebecca Harbour, Assistant Head of School, key Stage 4, commented, “I am so proud of our students and what they have achieved. A few students have had to overcome challenges and should feel delighted about their achievements.”
Some individual successes included:
Joe Densham (9,9,9,9,9,9,9,9,8,7)
Amelie Chadwick (9,9,9,9,9,9,9,8,8,8)
Kai Dalby (9,9,9,9,9,9,7,6,L2D*, L2D)
Isabelle Yates (9,9,9,9,9,9,8,8,7,7,)
Simran Kaur (9,9,9,9,8,8,8,8,7,7)
Charlie Proctor (9,9,8,8,7,7,7,7,6)
Saffiya Ahmed (9,9,8,8 7,7,6,6,6,5)
Charlie Proctor, who achieved phenomenal grade 9s in Sciences commented, “I am so amazed with my results. I worked really hard. All the revision paid off. What was so amazing was everytime I opened up the exam paper it was something I’d revised! My mum is so thrilled. She was always there for me, especially when I was grumpy.”
Grace Williamson, who was really pleased with her grades, said, “Bosworth was the most amazing experience of my life and I can’t wait to come back for my A Levels.”
An overwhelmed Alex Fleming said, “I don’t know how this happened….but I did it!”
Amelia Tams made incredible progress throughout GCSE, and commented, “I’m really pleased with my results. I’m staying on to study English and Art.”
Bosworth Academy is a highly inclusive school and take students from a range of educational backgrounds. Staff focus on ensuring that learning is relevant, engaging and creative so that students are engaged in what they do and aspire to ‘be better than they thought they could be’.