Exam Results 2015
Abbot Beyne are celebrating our best ever GCSE results in 2015. 61% of Year 11 gained at least 5 A*-C including English and maths. 76% of students made at least expected progress in English and 68% achieved this in maths. Just over 20% of students achieved the E-Baccalaureate. Both Value Added (1026) and Progress 8 (0.23) were significantly above the national average showing the excellent progress that students make at Abbot Beyne.
Some stunning results were achieved by individual students:Olivia Dickinson achieved 7A*s and 3As Lucy Elson achieved 6A*s and 4As Jawad Hussain achieved 5A*s and 4As David Sellars achieved 4A*s and 6As Adinah Marks achieved 4A*s and 6As
Annabel Stoddart, Headteacher, said “These results are a testament to the grit and determination our whole school community. Students, teachers and parents are to be congratulated on their efforts. It also reflects our consistent focus on our mantra ‘Everyone a Learner, Everyone Learning’. All of our students are to be applauded on their results and we wish them all the best in the next stage of their learning journey.”
A Level Results
We are celebrating great results with an average point score of 738 per student and 215 per entry. These high levels of performance reflect our focus on learning coupled with the personalised support that ensures our learners develop the key skills they need to succeed at ‘A’ levels. All our students are now able to continue with the next phase of their learning – the vast majority at university.
Top performers were:-
Niamh Carpenter gained an A* and 2 As and will read History at Birmingham University.
Sehrish Khan gained an A*, an A and 2 Bs and will read Biomedical Science at Warwick University.
Emma Monkhouse gained an A*, an A and a B and will read Orthoptics at Liverpool University.
Emily Flavell gained an A*, an A and a B and will read History at the University of Lincoln.
Shannon Spiby-Wood gained an A*, a Distinction* and a B and is deferring until 2016.
William Raybound gained two Distinction*s, a Distinction and a B and will read Professional Musicianship at BIMM
This is, once again, an impressive set of results and students, teachers and parents should be proud of what has been achieved.