Students today celebrated some outstanding results which represented their personal best and are a testament to their hard work and the support they had from their teachers, We are all very proud of them.
The percentage of students achieving the highest grades continues to rise with the overall percentage of grades 7-9 doubling across the school, a fantastic achievement.
The following students secured the very highest outcomes; Annie Varney with 4 grade 9s and 5 grade 8s Alba Cantero 4 at grade 9 and 6 at grade 8 Emily Mile Thom with 5 at grade 9, 2 at grade 8 Liam Hackett with 3 at grade 9 and 4 at grade 8 Ryan Wood also with 3 grade 9s and 6 at Grade 8.
In English the top grades rose by 6%, three quarters achieved a pass and over 60% of students achieved a strong pass, a fantastic result.
We are particularly delighted with a significant improvement in the attainment and progress of students classified by the government as disadvantaged. These results mean that all our students have the very best chances of future success.
We are so proud of our students today as they pick up
their A level results, congratulations.
Abbeyfield’s 2019 results continue to show a high number of
top grades, with over a third of entries achieving A*-B grades. All students
who have applied to higher education are going to the University of their
Choice; including a high number of Russell Group institutions. Zuzanna Panek
attained A*A*BB and is going to study Psychology at York joined by Evie Stanton
who celebrated her A grade in psychology to gain her a place. Charis Phillips
is going to study Medieval and Modern Languages at Durham. Jamie Vaughan
with A’s in Maths and Computing is heading to Electrical Engineering at
Loughborough. Abbeyfield has a proud tradition of championing the Arts
subjects, and we are delighted that Oliver Evans, star of our recent musical
‘We Will Rock You’, has been accepted to study musical theatre at Italia Conti;
the prestigious London Theatre School. We look forward to seeing him on a West
End Stage in the near future!
We have been assured by Highways that Mereway will be open
to traffic from tomorrow early morning . Therefore school will start at the
usual time with period 1 starting at 8:45am. The school is fully open
this week and all students were/are expected to attend unless unable to do so
due to illness and the school notified.
Can we take this opportunity to thank you for your support
and patience. Your understanding that the situation has been beyond our control
is appreciated and staff and students have been fantastic.
It’s the year 2300, live music has been banned from iPlanet. Everywhere, the kids watch the same movies, wear the same fashions and think the same thoughts. It’s a safe, happy Ga Ga World.
Unless you’re a rebel. Unless you want to rock!
Resistance is growing. Underneath the gleaming cities, down in the lower depths live the Bohemians. Rebels who believe that there was once a Golden Age where the kids formed their own bands to write their own songs. They call that time, The Rhapsody. Can live music be saved? Do instruments still exist?
There’s only one way to find out! Join Abbeyfield School as they proudly present We Will Rock You!
We are excited to advertise our annual staff and student bake off. We are raising money for Stand Up to Cancer and are looking for creative yet tasting bakers! There is no criteria other than it needs to be edible.
Please bring all cakes to Miss
Sharp in the Performing Arts office before school on Friday 5th April. Cakes will be judged by Mrs Robson and the student leadership team Break
A and then sold from Mr Hall’s classroom window Break B.
Prices will be between 50p/£1
depending on the size, however all donations welcome!