Sixth Form Results 2017
The Charles Dickens School is delighted with the A level exam results with 100% pass rate this year.
We are delighted that the results this year are impressive indicating the hard work of students and staff alike.
Students achieved 100% A*- E at A Level and 100% pass rate at Btec courses where 57% of the results were distinction * in at least one subject.
We are really delighted for all our students who have worked so hard to achieve these excellent results. The examinations are not getting any easier and it is so rewarding for the students, staff and parents when all the students hard work is justly rewarded with a fantastic set of results.
There was a real buzz in the school when students were opening their results with many happy and joyous faces! The school is delighted with some notable achievements for individual students with the majority of students achieving their necessary grades securing places in their chosen University courses.
“The School would like to thank all staff for their hard work and all parents and Governors for their continued support without which such excellent results and student achievement would not be possible.”
GCSE Results 2017
The Charles Dickens School celebrates the GCSE results with its students this year who have achieved well in the face of the changes to both the grading and examination system for English and Mathematics.
Mr Richard Morgan, Head of School commented ‘I am pleased for the students as so many have worked incredibly hard to achieve good results. Many of whom have the entrance criteria needed to continue with their first choice Post-16 Provision. This is a transitional period for both the School, now a sponsored Academy, but also for the GCSE examination system. I am positive the school will continue to grow from strength to strength’
Students achieved 46% 5A*-C grades of which 36% of students achieved 5+ A*-C grades including Maths and English.
The school is delighted with some notable achievements for individual students with many students achieving their required grades to attend their chosen Post-16 provision, employment or training. There are too many students to mention individually!
“The School would like to thank staff for their hard work and all parents and Governors for their continued support.”