Headlands School’s delight at outstanding GCSE success

Headlands School is celebrating another excellent set of GCSE results, with a number of students receiving Grade 9, the highest grade possible.

Thursday, 20th August 2020, 11:19 am
Updated Thursday, 20th August 2020, 11:36 am
Headlands School headteacher Sarah Bone.

Headteacher Sarah Bone said: “After an astonishingly challenging few months for our Year 11s, the last week has been both bewildering and stressful for anyone associated with secondary schools in England.

“As a result, we have made the decision over the weekend not to publish the headline school figures.

“Instead, we will focus solely on outstanding successes which were secured by many students.”

Of particular note are (in alphabetical order):

○ Tian Cay: 4 x 9 Grades, 2 x 8 Grades, 2 x 7 Grades and a Grade 6.

○ Lexi Dimitri: 1 x 9 Grade, 3 x 7 Grades, 2 x 6 Grades, 2 x 5 Grades.

○ Alfie Grimshaw: 7 x 9 Grades, 1 x 8 Grades, 1 x 7 Grades.

○ Kate Hickingbottom: 7 x 9 Grades, 2 x 8 Grades.

○ Elizabeth Ibbetson: 5 x 9 Grades, 2 x 8 Grades, 1 x7 Grades, 1 x 6 Grade.

○ Freya Powell: 1 x 9 Grade, 3 x 8 Grades, 5 x 7 Grades.

○ Chloe Stevens: 1 x 9 Grade, 1 x 8 Grade, 3 x 7 Grades, 3 x 6 Grades and 1 x 5 Grade.

○ John Turton: 1 x 9 Grade, 3 x 8 Grades, 3 x 7 Grades, 3 x 6 Grades.

○ Emily Watson: 2 x 9 Grades, 4 x 8 Grades, 1 x 7 Grade.

○ Liam Wilson: 2 x 8 Grades, 2 x 7 Grades, 2 x 6 Grades, 2 x 5 Grades.

○ Lucy Wilson: 1 x 9 Grade, 3 x 8 Grades, 2 x 7 Grades, 3 x 6 Grades.

○ Rhian Wright: 1 x 8 Grade, 2 x 7 Grades, 2 x 6 Grades, 1 x 5 Grades.

Mrs Bone added: “We are also proud to report that over 50% of the Year 11 cohort will now return to our successful sixth form on Wednesday, September 9 at 1pm. Very limited places are still available in certain subjects.

“Please contact our assistant head of sixth form, at [email protected]