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PRESS RELEASE – GCSE RESULTS 2015
The Deanery are pleased to announce that 2015 has seen another pleasing set of GCSE results for our students, with both English and Maths being above the national averages for A* – C grades. Students who have followed BTEC courses have also seen successful outcomes. We have seen some truly exceptional results from some of our students. Over 20% of pupils achieved A* - A grades. Twin brothers Mark and Daniel Wade managed to amass 12 A* and 9A grades between them. Vincie Tsang has achieved an incredible 10 A* and 1 A grade and Ioana Cojorcariu who achieved 5 A* and 5 A grades. This follows last week’s A Level results, where the pass rate was 100%. Head teacher Janice Rowlands commented, “Another successful year for our students! A lot of hard work and commitment from both staff and students has certainly paid off! We are very proud of all our students and I would like to congratulate them on their achievements. We are now looking forward to seeing many of our Year 11 students back with us in our Sixth Form in September, but whatever plans our students may have for the future, I wish them every success.”
Best Ever A Level Results at the Deanery 6th form College
The Deanery Sixth form students are celebrating another great set of results, with our best ever A-Level pass rate of 100% in all 28 subjects, and our best ever AS level pass rate approaching 90%! Almost ¾ of A2 and equivalent results were A*-C and a record number of students have achieved Distinction star levels within vocational courses- an astonishing 80% of vocational results were awarded Distinction star or Distinction. At AS the number of A grades and equivalents has increased three-fold from last year and more students than ever have achieved A-B grades. This is exceptional performance from our hardworking students and reflects the hard work of the students and staff alike. Each and every result will help to ensure successful futures for our students, the majority of whom will be continuing with their studies at University. Mrs Friend, Head of the Sixth form Colleges said “We are very proud of all our students and congratulate them on their achievements! The Deanery Sixth Form intends to build on this success with the introduction of some new courses from September, including AS Photography, when we will welcome our new cohort of students. “ Congratulations to all our students.