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24th August 2023
Students at Kingswinford Academy, located on Water Street, are celebrating today after receiving their GCSE results.
After much hard work studying and preparing, students at Kingswinford Academy, which is part of Windsor Academy Trust, are collecting a set of strong GCSE results as national grading returns to pre-pandemic levels.
In a year where outcomes, nationally, have returned to 2019 levels, attainment and average points scores are in line with previous years - a testament to the hard work of the students and staff at Kingswinford Academy .
Standout results include, English, where 67% students achieved a strong pass at grade 9 - 5 (national 55.1%); Art, where 96% achieved a grade 9 - 4; and French, where 87% students achieved a grade 9 - 4.
Kingswinford Academy students are now looking forward to progressing onto their chosen further education institutions.
While all pupils have done incredibly well, there are some standout individual achievements. These include:
Collecting their GCSE results today:
Oliver Fisher said:
“I’m really proud of my achievements. They are proof that if you try really hard and put in every effort, you can accomplish anything you put your mind to. I’m looking forward to going to King Ed’s and continuing my studies.”
Head Boy, Lucas Nijhof-Clarke commented:
“I’m really really proud of my achievements - particularly science as I’ve never achieved a double 9 in science before. I want to give thanks to my friends, family and to God and I look forward to continuing my studies at King Ed’s next year.”
Neena Iddrisu said:
“I just can’t believe that this is happening. Nothing feels better than when all my hard work pays off. I’ve had so much support from my teachers, my friends and my family. I can’t wait to see what the future brings.”
Ian Moreton, Headteacher at Kingswinford Academy, said:
“I’m thrilled with the results Kingswinford Academy students have achieved this year. It can’t be underestimated what these brilliant young people have been through during their years at secondary school. Today, they have their reward for their maturity, hard work and resilience. All things considered, it has been an exceptional year for Kingswinford Academy. I am extremely proud of all the students and our brilliant staff who have worked tirelessly. I want to offer my congratulations to them all.”
Dawn Haywood, Chief Executive at Windsor Academy Trust, said:
“I am delighted to see students from across the Windsor Academy Trust family achieve such strong results in their GCSEs today. I couldn’t be prouder of our students and our staff who have worked so hard for these successes.”