BSCS students achieve great results despite lockdown challenges!

With all of the challenges of the Corona virus, the closing of schools and the issues surrounding how results are being awarded, we are delighted to announce that our Year 11 students have managed to shine through and achieve fantastic results and qualifications.

Our students have worked incredibly hard over the last three years in their studies, with the support of our dedicated and committed staff. We know how important it is to acknowledge those achievements and the grades and qualifications they have achieved.

Headteacher, Steve Moir, commented, “We are all incredibly proud of our students’ achievements, particularly with all of the additional challenges they have had to cope with this year with the Corona virus. We are delighted that their immense hard work has paid off and we have seen so many students succeed and gain fantastic qualifications”.

The results for the cohort are broadly in line with last year’s outcomes with 85% of students achieving a grade 4 or more in English and Maths (82% last year) and 60% achieving grade 5s in English and Maths (56% last year). This similar outcome supports the accuracy and robustness of the Centre Assessed Grades process implemented by the school for awarding grades this year.

Chief Executive Officer Dave Baker commented “BSCS has produced another strong set of results to continue the trend of high achievement from the students. I would like to congratulate the students but also thank the staff as this would not be possible without them being willing to go the extra mile for their students, especially in the context of the Corona virus and lockdown. We are confident that the Centre Assessed Grade process has provided a fair and robust system for accurately identifying the appropriate grades for students. Well done to all involved.”

There are so many success stories, not just from individuals in the spotlight for achieving the top grades, but for every young person who has surpassed their own personal targets and made remarkable progress. We value all of our students’ achievements but unfortunately cannot list them all. We have included the students who are the highest attaining, as well as those who have made the most progress for particular recognition.

Highest Attaining Students

Dhyey Trivedi 11 x Grade 9

Sophie Worsfold 10 x Grade 9 & 1 x Grade 8

Jessica Andrews 7 x Grade 9 & 4 x Grade 8

Esme Thompson 6 x Grade 9, 4 x Grade 8s & 1 x Grade 7

Amine Debart 6 x Grade 9, 5 x Grade 8 & 1 x Grade 7

Ethan Anderson 5 x Grade 9, 4 x Grade 8 & 1 x Grade 7

Reiya Lin 6 x Grade 9, 3 x Grade 8, 2 x Grade 7

Catie Carter 6 x Grade 9, 2 x Grade 8 & 3x Grade 7

Belle Hyett (pictured right) 5 x Grade 9, 3 x Grade 8 & 3 x Grade 7

Hannah Williams 7 x Grade 9, 2 x Grade 8, 1 x Grade 7 & 1 x Grade 6

Emma Mitchell 5 x Grade 9, 2 x Grade 8, 3 x Grade 7 & 1 x Grade 6

Emma Hardwick 4 x Grade 9, 5 x Grade 8 & 2 x Grade 7

Adrian Kubiak 3 x Grade 9, 4 x Grade 8 & 3x Grade 7

Ajitesh Sreenivasan 4 x Grade 9, 3 x Grade 8, 3 x Grade 7 & 1 x Grade 6

Liang Zhang 5 x Grade 9, 4 x Grade 8, & 2 x Grade 6

Lucy Price 3 x Grade 9, 2 x Grade 8, x 4 Grade 7, & a Distinction

Most Progress

The following students have made the most progress in their learning since arriving at Bradley Stoke Community School:

Lara Dehaney

Shoibe Ayam

Joseph Garner (photo right with Olivia)

Skylar Smith (c0ver ph0to)

Lewis Pearce

Hannah Wilkins

Jade Robinson

Daniel Whitfield

Olivia Garner (photo right with Joseph)

Alex Sell (photo right)

Oliver Adams

Amine Debart

Izzie Crossman

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