Celebrating the most successful A Level Results at Lord Grey Academy
Lord Grey Academy is celebrating the successes of their Year 13 students today, after they have achieved fantastic results in their recent exams. The determination and motivation of the Lord Grey students has ensured that the outcomes are a real credit to them, a reflection of the work they have put into their studies, and Lord Grey Academy wish them every success as they prepare for the next chapter in their lives.
98% of entries achieved an A level at A*-E with 64% of all grades between A*-C. 21% of grades were A*/A.
At vocational level, the average grade was a Distinction with 61% of students achieving two or more vocational qualifications.
Associate Principal, Mrs Samantha Satyanadhan commented that,
“All of our students have shown that Lord Grey Can in the most extraordinary of circumstances. These are the first examinations for this cohort who were educated at home for their GCSEs and the start of their Level 3 vocational and A Level courses. We are so very proud of all of them for this journey but these results are absolutely amazing. Students from Lord Grey will be leaving here to take up places ranging from the academic heights of Cambridge and Nottingham to highly acclaimed vocational courses at Universities such as Coventry, Sheffield Hallam and to eagerly sought after apprenticeship schemes such as Roche, Network Rail and Bellway Homes. Lord Grey has the commitment to support students to achieve what they want in life and we are dedicated to our motto that Lord Grey Can! My thanks go as always to my Sixth Form leadership team and the wonderful staff who are part of the Lord Grey community.”
As always, we are delighted with the performance of all of our students.
A few highlights:
Daniel – A*, A*, A*, A*
Iarina – A- A*, A*, A
Irfa – A, 3x Distinction*
Harry – Distinction*, Distinction, B
Louise – A*, A, B, B
Akeel – 2x Distinction * and a distinction
Charlotte – A* and 2 Distinction*
We would like to give a big well done to all our students and their families.
OFSTED 2022: “Staff work hard to make sure that students go to whichever provider is right for them and their aspirations… the moral focus of leaders: they want the best for each pupil in the school”