SHOREHAM ACADEMY STUDENTS CELEBRATE GCSE SUCCESS
Shoreham Academy students are celebrating after receiving their GCSE results today. 54% of students achieved five or more A* to C grades including English and Maths, an increase of 6% on last year's results in spite of increasing turbulence with GCSE results nationally.
Student progress for the cohort has been strong with students of all abilities realising their potential. Results for high achievers has never been better with many students achieving the top grades in a year in which exam boards have once again raised the bar.
Significant successes included:
- Luke Mepham with 12 A*
- Amy Sutton with 12 A*/ A
- Kiara Shaw with 12 A*/ A
- Matthew Randall with 12 A*/A
- Hadera Burki with 11 A*/ A
- Josie Richards with 11 A*/A
- Megan Lamper with 11 A*/ A
- Tom Benford with 9 A*/A
- Max Aitchinson with 9 A*/ A
- Ben Reed with 9 A*/A
- Charlotte Pierce with 9 A*/ A
- Salene Basso with 8 A*/ A
SHOREHAM ACADEMY STUDENTS CELEBRATE A-LEVEL RESULTS
Sixth Form students at Shoreham are celebrating another year of record breaking results.
For the second year in a row Shoreham Academy can report a 100% pass rate at A2. In all other key criteria students showed a marked increase with 35.5% of entries achieving A* or A grades compared to 23% last year. At grades A* to B the results this year were 47.7% of entries compared to 34.0% last year and at grades A* to C the percentage pass rate improved from 67% to 73.4% this year.
There were many outstanding individual results:
- Cristian Gathern achieved 2 A grades in English and Media Studies and an A* in philosophy. He also achieved an A grade in his Extended Project Qualification.
- Bethany Dean achieved an A* in Sociology and an A in English and B grade in History and will be going to Sussex University to study Sociology
- Veronica Zambon achieved an A in English and in Sociology and a B grade in psychology and will be going to Brighton University to become a Primary School teacher.
- Alex Guy has secured a place at Sussex University with ABB grades to study physics
- Charlotte Earl, Lauren Earl and Sophie Earl all achieved Triple Starred-Distinction (equivalent to 3 A's) in Performing Arts(Dance).
- Ashleigh Clements and Timothy Trevis both achieved the equivalent of 3 A grades in their Public Services course.
- Katie Harding also got three A's in her sport course and will be going to Chichester University to study Sport Development and Coaching