Lord Grey Academy is celebrating their GCSE results today. Matching last year’s Teacher Assessment Grades and a 20% increase on 2019 examination grades.
Our motto is Lord Grey Can and Lord Grey students most definitely did!
63% of all students achieved English and Maths GCSE at Grade 4 and above.
51% of students achieved five or more GCSEs including English and Maths.
At vocational level, 68% Level 2 Distinction.
The determination and motivation of the Lord Grey students has ensured that the outcomes are a real credit to them, supported by our high-quality teaching from Teaching staff and our high-quality pastoral provision. These results show a true reflection of the work our students have put into their studies, and Lord Grey Academy wishes them every success as they prepare for the next chapter in their lives.
After our extremely successful A Level and vocational results last week as well as our GOOD OFSTED rating in June, these results truly are the icing on the cake.
Associate Principal, Mrs Samantha Satyanadhan commented that,
“all of our students have shown huge determination and high levels of motivation in their studies. We are so very proud of all of them for their educational journey over the last 5 years; these results are absolutely amazing and all the students have blown us away with the tenacity that they have shown. Our motto is Lord Grey CAN and today we have demonstrated how we live and breathe this. Lord Grey has the commitment to support students to achieve what they want in life. My thanks go, as always, to 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:
- Abid- 999988887
- Ella- 99987776
- Michael – 9988865
- Abdul- 988877766
- Desiree- 9877766666
- Sara- Distinction*, 9887777
- Rifath- 88888888
- Rosie- Distinction*, 88777766
We would like to give a big well done to all our students and their families and would like to remind students to remember to register for a place in our very popular Sixth Form as soon as possible.
OFSTED 2022: “Culture of Learning (at Lord Grey)- leaders have created a focused learning community where the vast majority of pupils enjoy learning and can see that they are making good progress through the curriculum. There is a buzz of positivity in lessons”