Heritage School opened its doors on 5th September 2007 to 16 pupils aged 4-7. On the eve of the school’s 10th Anniversary, the second class of Year 11 leavers, a smaller class than usual, have received their exam results.
- 9 pupils sat IGCSEs and GCSEs this summer
- All pupils achieved the grades they need to progress to their first choice of college or sixth form
- 7 out of 9 plan to attend Hills Road Sixth Form College; one pupil is progressing to further training in Art & Design and another to further training in Computer Programming
- Nearly 50% of all grades were above what CAT (Cognitive Ability Test) results predicted ‘most likely’ – demonstrating Heritage School’s ability to add significant value
- 59% of all results were awarded A*
- 74% of all results were awarded A* or A
- 83% of all results were awarded A*, A or B
- 5 pupils achieved 8 or more A*s
- 2 pupils achieved 10 or more A*s, one of whom scored nearly perfect marks (99%) in Further Pure Maths
- 100% of pupils achieved 5 A* to C grades, including Maths, English Language and English Literature
Jason Fletcher the Headmaster at Heritage said:
“We are very proud of all of our pupils, and want to congratulate them, together with our dedicated staff, for their hard work. We have sought to create a learning culture that takes the long view, one that focusses upon robust intellectual and personal development for its own sake. A healthy school culture, that has its priorities in the right place, will enable pupils to thrive. Today’s results provide further evidence that Heritage is a place where pupils exceed expectation.”
Please see Information for Parents / Exams & Results to compare these results with last year’s results (2016).