Broadoak School – Press Release- 2019
Broadoak School is delighted to report significant success in this year’s examination results.
The class of 2019 have made excellent progress as evidenced by a suite of superb grades across many subjects including the core subjects. Particular recognition must go to the Mathematicians who have achieved the highest results in the history of the school. 68% achieved a grade 4 or above in Mathematics. There is a national drive to raise standards in all subject areas and Broadoak has shown once more that our pupils can compete at the very highest level.
53% of pupils achieved a grade 4 or above in both English and Mathematics. Even more pleasing is the fact that over a quarter achieved a grade 5 (which is a strong pass equivalent to a grade B) or above in both subjects which is a school record.
Headteacher Lee McConaghie said: ‘Our young people will be rightly delighted by these examination results. Broadoak pupils have once again secured outcomes which will ensure that they progress to the next level and can compete with other pupils both regionally and nationally. Once again, the staff, pupils and parents have worked collaboratively to earn pupils the results that they can be proud of.
In terms of individual success, the highest achiever accumulated 10 GCSEs including a Distinction*, 3 grade 8s (A*/A) including English Language and Literature alongside a further grade 7 and 4 grade 6s.
Chief Executive of the Dean Trust, Tarun Kapur CBE said: ‘Broadoak pupils have once again secured a set of examination results which they can be delighted with. I congratulate all of the pupils on their performance. The entire school community and the wider trust are rightly proud of their achievements.’
For further information please contact the Headteacher Lee McConaghie at Broadoak School.
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