GCSE Results 2022
Churchill Academy & Sixth Form congratulates this year’s cohort of students on their GCSE, BTEC and Cambridge National results.
Congratulations go to Finley Hay, Oliver Morris, House Captain Verity Quinton, Jessica Heath, Maddy Smith, House Captain Tiri Chida and Emily Kendrick who achieved ten GCSEs grade 7 or above or equivalent – a huge achievement.
Maddie Pole, Bruce Butson, Owyn Hiscox, Ailis Phillips, Anna Lake, Isaac Morris-Shapiro, Gemma Partridge, Ashleigh Bailey, Maia Rooks, Oliviya Sivakumar, Keolan Arnold, Saskia Fletcher achieved nine or more qualifications at GCSE grade 7 or above Distinction*, while Constantinos Masouras, Amy Evans, Joe Gooch, Dilan Perkins, Lily-Em Spearing, Jacob Kelly, Rory Tebbutt, were all awarded eight or more qualifications at GCSE grade 7 and above or equivalent..
Also deserving huge congratulations for achieving the top progress scores in the Academy, showing the biggest learning gains in their GCSE results are Lily-Em Spearing, Owyn Hiscox, House Captain Pritika Rane, Melisa Kati, Lucy McLean, Saskia Fletcher, Zavier Torrance, Isaac Morris-Shapiro, Joshua Staddon Kaitlyn Wilkinson, Angel Lin, Gemma Partridge, Bella Shayler and Jake Sprouting.
This year sees further growth in Churchill’s highly successful Sixth Form, as record numbers of students from our own Year 11 and from other schools choose to continue their learning journey with us.
“Our breadth of courses allows us to provide choice for students wanting to tailor their study programme to their interests. This plays a part in developing the strong Sixth Form community we have here at Churchill. We look forward to welcoming new and returning students, ready to start the next phase of their education,” commented Rob Morgan, Head of Sixth Form.
Headteacher, Chris Hildrew said, “At Churchill, we empower everyone to develop knowledge, skills, character and confidence, and we are immensely proud of our students who’ve achieved this and more. The past two years have presented unique challenges for students and staff, and we’re delighted that they have risen to those challenges and conquered them. Every grade represents a significant achievement, but we also know that our young people are more than a set of numbers: they are fantastic individuals, full of promise for the future.”
GCSE Results 2022