Leasowes High School GCSE Results- Headteacher, Matthew Mynott
Over 66% of our students achieved a Grade 4 or better in 5 or more subjects, almost 60% of students achieved a Grade 4 in 5 subjects or more, including English and Maths!
We are extremely proud of all of our students and their achievements, they worked incredibly hard and deserve their excellent results. Improvements on last year were seen across the board in terms of progress and attainment in all subjects.
In particular, English and Maths grades, as well as History, Biology, Chemistry, Design Technology, Engineering, French, Music and Physical Education doing particularly well. We also saw a rise in the number of students achieving grade 7 and above.
The following students deserve particular recognition Christopher Jones achieved six Grade 9’s, two Grade 8’s and a Grade 7. Krzysztof Stasiak achieved four Grade 9’s, four Grade 8’s and a Grade 7. Molly Hewston achieved two Grade 9’s, six Grade 8’s and a Grade 7. Emma Bolton achieved two Grade 9’s, four Grade 8’s two Grade 7’s and a Grade 6. Nomqhele achieved three Grade 9’s, two Grade 8’s three Grade 7’s and a Grade 6.
We are also very proud of JJ Forrest and Tanveer Anusha who exceeded all of their target grades to make outstanding progress.
Leasowes High School Campus
We would like to congratulate and thank all our students, staff and families for their outstanding achievement and relentless hard work and we wish all of our students the very best of luck with their chosen pathway.
We are extremely proud of all of our students on gaining places at their first choice University courses. We celebrate with all of our students on gaining their A-Level results, with particular attention to Drama. Ava Mcdonald gained a grade A in Drama and will be studying Applied Theatre at Birmingham City University and Chloe Dunkley gained a grade B and will be studying Theatre & Performance Practice at University of Salford.
Mrs Ridley – Head of Invictus Sixth Leasowes Campus