We are so proud of the students who have risen to the challenge of building on last year’s outstanding results to produce the best set of GCSE results in the school’s 50 year history: 94% of students achieved 5+A*-C, with 78% of students achieving 5+A*-C, including English and Maths - a 1% increase on last year’s outstanding figure.
An amazing 67 students achieved at least 8 A/A* grades, including:Sneha Bhadti (13 A/A*), Katie Farnes (12 A/A*), Tobias Hales (11 A/A*), Bethany Heron (15 A/A*), Joe Humphries (13A/A*), Amal Mahad (13 A/A*), Peter McClean (13A/A*), Mikhailia McIntosh (13A/A*), James Sanderson (11 A/A*), Elliott Stenson (14 A/A*), Lexi Webb (14A/A*)
Performance in BTEC subjects was excellent, with stunning results being achieved by many students including Richard Adderson, Enrico Ferebee and Rebecca Mayock.
We would like to commend all of our students on their results. Sue Carbert said “These outstanding results, in a more challenging national climate, are a testimony to the hard work the students, and their teachers, have put in over the last two years. I am very proud to work with so many brilliant staff who encourage and guide each child to achieve their best - giving of their time so generously. We look forward to welcoming many young people into our Sixth Form and wish all of our students success in their chosen pathways.”
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Marian MurrayDeputy Headteacher
Ousedale School has enjoyed yet another year of outstanding Post-16 results and is celebrating its best results ever with 54% of entries gaining an A* - B grade. This once again raises the already excellent standards that have been set over the past ten years.
The School would like to congratulate all students and staff who have worked so hard to contribute to individual and school success. The very high expectations that we set for ourselves, to maintain and improve our academic standards, have once again been achieved. This is of credit to all involved.
Whilst so many students have achieved their personal goals and are taking up their first choice Higher Education places, there have also been some truly exceptional performances. The following students achieved all A* and A grades in their major A2 courses. Hannah Parlett (Cambridge), Emmett Saigal (History at Warwick), Emma Attwood, Jenny Booth (Sheffield), Corin Donne (Sheffield), Laura McCoubrey (Nottingham), William Ray (Physics at Manchester), James Hurley (Economics at Birmingham), Helen Siegieda, Laura Tetlow, Josh McLuckie (Neuroscience at UCL) and Jack Thomas (Maths at Warwick).
We are also extremely proud of all our Year 12 students who also picked up their AS results today; their successes have put them in an excellent position to achieve their goals in Year 13.
Any student requiriing help with their UCAS application or Year 12 and 13 options can come to the Sixth Form Centre at the following times:-
Friday 16th August: 10am - 1pm
Wednesday 21st August: 9am - 12noon
Thursday 22nd August: 9am - 12noon
Friday 23rd August: 10am - 1pm
Ousedale ambassador Matthew Gillett presented a cheque for £2300 to Save the Children in the Year 10 celebration assembly on Monday 22nd July.
The money was raised during charity week from 'Ousedale's Got Talent', non-uniform day, stalls in the hall and sponsored events. Mrs Barnes accepted the cheque on behalf of Save The Children and thanked the school for their ongoing support.
Julie CollinsPastoral and Academic Leader
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