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August 25, 2019
by Site Editor
Winsford Academy are thrilled to celebrate the achievements of the class of 2019 and are proud to continue our significant and sustained improvement in rates of progress over a three year trend.
Academy Principal, Mrs Amanda Harrison said:
‘We are delighted at the performance of the class of 2019; pupils have yet again achieved strong qualifications to help build their future pathways. The number of students achieving nine top grades is particularly pleasing and has improved again this year, with our higher ability students exceeding national expectations. Students who have performed exceptionally well include: Kaci Hudson, Ellie Ode, Elliot Noden, Elizabeth Davies, Liam Hickey and Taylor Hatton but there are many other students who have put in very strong performances and we congratulate them all.
As a school, we firmly believe in a broad and balanced curriculum and invest heavily in the Arts, which has been reflected in this year’s results, along with significant improvement in most curriculum areas. Furthermore, the progress of our most disadvantaged pupils continues to improve again this year, with the equality gap in attainment closing substantially over the past three years.
The continued progress over recent years, and the dedication and commitment of the staff and governors at the Academy is a true testament to the improved outlook of a proud school which maintains its mission to support its community positively and effectively.’
Speaking on behalf of Fallibroome Trust, CEO Peter Rubery said:
‘I am delighted to add my congratulations to Mrs Harrison’s comments. These excellent results are a reflection of the hard work of a terrific group of students who responded so positively to the expert guidance of their teachers. Our GCSE results are also strong at Fallibroome and Eaton Bank Academy, which joins the Trust in September. When added to outstanding results at A Level and at KS1 & 2 Primary SATS we can celebrate a terrific year for the Trust.’