Grace Academy Solihull continues to perform with outstanding GCSE results
Students at Grace Academy Solihull were celebrating another year of outstanding GCSE results with the Academy continuing to excel despite the legacy of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Student performance in Maths and English continues to be strong with the vast majority of students achieving Grades 4 to 9 in both subjects.
The Academy continues to achieve well in a range of academic subjects including Biology and Physics, where more than 90% of students achieved Grades 4 to 9, and Chemistry where an impressive 55% achieved higher Grades 7-9. Students also excelled in other areas of the broad and balanced curriculum with more than 90% of students achieving a good pass in subjects such as Art, Media Studies, Music, Drama and Sport.
Individual successes were seen across the cohort as students worked tirelessly to meet the challenges of the last few years. Year 11 student Keeley Dukes, who has achieved 8 Grade 7-9s, said: “I am very proud of the grades I have achieved and the work I have put into my exams, I am grateful for all of the opportunities this school has given me”
Student Malakai Loague, who achieved 8 GCSEs including 4 Grade 9s in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Physics said: “I am so happy to see the results I have worked so hard for over the last five years”.
Commenting on the Academy’s outstanding results, Executive Principal Darren Gelder said: “Once again the hard work and commitment from students’, parents’, carers and staff have produced outstanding results. These results allow our students to stand shoulder to shoulder with any other student in the country and create a firm foundation to allow them to make a positive next step in their lives”.