Pupil standards

  • Public Health Wales

12 September 2018

We would like to welcome all pupils back to the start of this new academic year, and we are delighted to inform you that our GCSE and A Level results improved again this year and were really pleasing. Over a quarter of our pupils achieved 5 A*/A grades at GCSE and likewise over 25% of students achieved A*/A grades at A level. Many students are now going to the University of their choice to do a wide array of different courses such as medicine, law, accountancy, media and journalism.

Last year’s Head Girl Hannah Rees is going to Oxford University to study History. Others are undertaking apprenticeships following their A Levels or have secured employment.  Given the fact that the GCSE results were outstanding, many pupils are returning back to our sixth form. We are so proud of all our pupils and I would like to congratulate them on their success and wish them well this academic year. They have worked really hard and I would like to thank the staff of the school for the exceptional support that is given to our learners.

We have been working hard to improve the facilities over the summer holidays and we are thrilled that our school canteen has been refurbished. We also now have a large covered outdoor seating area for pupils which will be so useful when it rains. There is also a refurbished sixth form bistro and we have also improved the facilities for learning and teaching e.g in Art. We are totally committed to providing the best possible opportunities for your child and I wish each pupil every success and happiness this academic year. We need to maintain our high standards and hence please find below some expectations for the new academic year. We thank you in advance for your support.

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