Thanks to Karen for this latest news from Sandown Bay Academy. Ed
Sandown Bay Academy is pleased to report improvement in GCSE results in a number of key areas.
At the present time the Academy is not in a position to report fully on results due to a delay by one of the examination boards.
Improvement in a number of areas
Early indications are positive with the Academy demonstrating improvement in a number of areas including Maths and the number of students achieving 5 A*-C grades.
Performance in Modern Languages is improving strongly with increased numbers of students entering and achieving grades of A* to C in both French and Spanish. We are delighted to see particularly pleasing results in Art, Drama and Music.
Increase in EBacc
The Academy is also delighted to report an increase in the number of students achieving the EBacc, which bodes very well for the future. The number of top grades is also up on last year with 339 grades at A */ A or equivalent achieved by the students.
Students with notable achievements include:
Grace Addyman (pictured above) with 10 A* and Distinction * in BTEC Performing Arts Acting
Imogen Smith (pictured right) with 10 A*, 1 A and 1 B
Sophie Swallow with 7 A*, 5 A and 1 B
Sam Lapham with 5 A*, 5 A and 2 B
Hattie Pusey with 7 A*, 4 A and 1 B
Hannah Bean with 4 A* and 8 As
Chris Taylor with 3 A*, 6 A, 2 Bs and 2 C
Oscar Pusey with 3 A*, 8 A and 1 B
George Willis with 2 A*, 6 A and 5 B
Lily Wyatt with 2 A* and 9 As
Kirsty Thomas with 2 A*, 5 A and 4 B
Juliette Wrixon with 2 A*, 6 A, 3 B and 1 C
Colby Sandells with 2 A*, 7 A and 2 B
Phoebe Knight with 2 A*, 7 A and 2 B