Students and staff at Finham Park school are celebrating another year of excellent results: students achieved a record number of top grade 9s. We are equally proud that around 70% of the grades our students achieved were a grade 5 or higher, and 84% were a grade 4 or higher.
Our male students have done particularly well, having achieved the highest attainment score for several years across all subjects. Around 80% of our students achieved 5 grade 9-4 or equivalents, meaning our cohort is very well equipped to move on to the next stage of their education.
Over 75% of students achieved at least grade 4s in both English and Maths, with 87% achieving it it in English alone.
A record number of our students have once again applied to our sixth form, and 100% of students have been able to progress to the next stage of their education or to a job. We are incredibly proud of our students and wish them well for their next steps.
Mr Bishop, headteacher, said “we are all incredibly impressed with our students performance once again this year. It is thanks to the hard work and dedication of our staff who worked tirelessly to ensure students have access to the very best opportunities as they love into the next stage of the their learning careers. Congratulations to everyone.”
Finham Park Sixth Form students continued to perform well this year with results showing that over a fifth of our students studying A Level subjects achieved A*-A grades, a 10% improvement on last year. Almost half of our students achieved A*-B grades and nearly three quarters of grades were awarded at a C grade or above. 8 students achieved exceptional results with all grades being awarded at A/A*. 98% of students who applied are going to the university of their choice, with 6 students being accepted onto medicine courses.
Mr Bishop, the Headteacher, said “congratulations to all our students on your results. The hard work and dedication you have put in over your school career has paid off today enabling lots of you to secure the next stage in your education or employment. May I wish you every continued success as you now make the most of the opportunities before you.”