Performance data for Langtree School can be found HERE.
Langtree School 2021 Results
Langtree School is pleased to report some outstanding achievements by its students in their GCSEs and other qualifications this summer.
- OLI – 8 grade 9s, 1 grade 8 and a grade 7
- ELLEN – 7 grade 9s, an A* in her A level EPQ, 2 grade 8s and a grade 7
- JASMINE – 7 grade 9s, an A in her A level EPQ, and 2 grade 8s
- NIAMH – 8 grade 9s, a grade 8 and 1 grade 7s
- ELENA – 6 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s and 2 grade 7s
- HAZEL – 6 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s
However, we are also keen to recognise those students who have worked extremely hard to exceed targets and predictions, including: ELLA, MILLICENT, LOTTIE, OLI, CALLUM, MAYA, ELLIE, SEB, ANNA, EVIE and FREDDIE
All of these students achieved very high grades, and generally exceeded even the highly aspirational targets we set them – and in all cases significantly surpassed the progress expected of them based on their prior attainment.
As most people know, due to the cancellation of exams this year’s grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessment, and grades then assigned against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards. The government is not publishing performance data for any schools or colleges this year due to the varying impact of the pandemic, and we have agreed with other schools locally that we will not be publishing any performance data either.
However, we are very confident in the integrity of the process we have followed and the grades awarded, which have been moderated internally, as well as against those of other schools, against national data sets, and are in line with the grades awarded in years when students sat GCSE examinations.
Simon Bamford, the head teacher of Langtree School, said: “We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of our students, especially after such a difficult and disrupted year. Our staff have worked tirelessly to ensure that our students achieved the very best results they were capable of, despite many challenges, and are all able to progress onto further education and study. We look forward to seeing what they will achieve in the future.”