Wrenn School are refusing to stand still and attainment at GCSE continues to increase!
After the massive success of last year, staff and students at Wrenn are delighted to announce a further 6% rise in students gaining a pass in both English and Maths. Our students have worked incredibly hard this year and yet again, the progress learners have made throughout their journey at Wrenn has been exceptional. We are celebrating all their achievements today!
Individual outstanding performances came from Dawid Koscielniak (gained 14 A/A*equivalent), Kiera Hickling (gained 13 A/A* equivalent, which includes 8 grade 9’s), Katarina Afonso (gained 11 A/A*equivalent), Rossie Clarke (gained 9 A/A* equivalent), Melanie Bettles (gained 9 A/A* equivalent) and Kierra Starr (7 A/A*equivalent). Across the year group 67 students achieved at least one of the tops grades, with the top 10% of learners achieving over 100 grade A/A* equivalent between them.
Jon Hunt, Director of Upper Academy commented ‘We are immensely proud of the accomplishments of all pupils here at Wrenn. Pupils have shown resilience and determination to achieve their own academic targets, the pride and excitement seen today has been inspiring!
I would like to wish all students good luck with their next destination, here at Wrenn or beyond. It has been a real pleasure working with this fantastic year group and I know the staff have worked incredibly hard to support the students; well done all round!
Wrenn continues to provide exceptional experiences; we are all proud of the journey so far. A huge thank you for all the support we’ve received from the families and community, it really makes a difference.
Well done to all involved.
PROUD TO BE WRENN.’
A Level results day once again provided some excellent examination results for the Sixth Form students at Wrenn School. There has been a rise in A Level grades for the fifth year in succession with a fantastic 99% pass rate. The School also saw a rise in the overall progress of all students, placing them above the National average. Individual successes were many and in a range of subject areas; Seth Tsang gained 4 A grades and 1 A* (studying Medicine), Amy Walton gained 1 A*, 2 A grades and a B grade (studying Maths at Nottingham), Marlena Ferst gained 1 A* and 2 A grades (studying Economics and Business with European Studies at UCL), Ella Beardsley gained 3 A grades (studying Musical Theatre at Laine Theatre Arts) and Amie Flynn gained 3 A grades (studying Social Policy at Leeds University).
87% of students gained at least one A*-B grade, with over three quarters of students gaining at least one A*-A grade, which is an outstanding achievement.
Louise Ellis the Head of Sixth Form commented “We are immensely proud of our students, it is fantastic to see all their hard work pay off and we can’t wait to see them flourish at their chosen Universities. A huge thank you to all the staff and parents who have supported and encouraged them throughout the 2 years. This is a day of celebration for Wrenn School but more importantly for our wonderful students and their families.”
We could not be prouder of our achievements and progress we've made over the past year and beyond.
All of the success has been down to the hard work and determination of every single member of staff, every single student, parent/carer, governor and the supporting community.
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We are an OFSTED GOOD School! We are extremely proud to have been rated GOOD during a recent OFSTED visit, an acknowledgement of all the hard work completed by all of the staff and students in the school.