Langtree School is thrilled to report outstanding achievements by our students in their qualifications this summer.
Despite the huge challenges the students have faced, they have collectively achieved the highest results in the school’s history! Our attainment 8 score of 56.6 is Langtree’s best result from examinations since this measure was introduced in 2016. 83% of students achieved 5 or more GCSEs including English and maths at grade 4 or above and 67% achieved 5 or more GCSEs including English and maths at grade 5 or above.
It can be invidious to name students who did extremely well as so many of our students achieved, or even exceeded , the extremely high targets we set for them. Nevertheless, students such as Thomas (eight 9s, one 8, two 7s), Louis (six 9s, three 8s, two 7s), Ivy (seven 9s, three 8s, one 7), Sydney (five 9s, five 8s), Lloyd (eight 9s, three 7s) deserve a special mention. Also to be especially commended are Ben, Lydia, Ella, Louise, Ollie, Ella and Rebecca all of whom achieved 10 or more GCSEs at grade 7 and above. The staff at Langtree are so proud of so many students, and it is impossible to list them all individually, however, particular recognition is much deserved by the many students who worked extremely hard and exceeded their targets and predictions, including: Angus, Lilly, Frank, Toby, Charlie, Ben, Ella, Lucas, Betsy, Saskia, Floss, Izzy and Ed
All of these students achieved high grades, and generally exceeded even the highly aspirational targets their teachers set them – and in all cases they significantly surpassed the progress expected of them based on their prior attainment.
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 time. They have shown such resilience, creativity and integrity to achieve these outstanding results. Our staff have worked tirelessly to ensure that our students achieved the very best grades they were capable of and are all able to progress onto further education and study. We look forward to hearing about all their future successes.”
Simon Bamford, Headteacher.