Bridlington students rise to the occasion with fantastic results all round
Bridlington students rise to the occasion with fantastic results all round Commitment to learning both in and out the classroom sees Young Bridlingtonians’ flourish.
Bridlington School has showed a continuous commitment to learning both in and out the classroom with an approach that celebrates community, respect, teamwork, wellbeing and opportunity. As Results Day commences, both students and teachers across the school are beaming with pride as they celebrate a great set of results.
Top grade highlights are as follows:
21 grade 9s
4 distinction stars
5 grade 8s
The school would like to congratulate all Year 11 students, as they celebrate their fantastic achievements. Head Teacher, Kate Parker Randall said:
“ I am very proud of all of our students. There have been some exceptional individual performances with some students achieving the highest grade possible which is a 9 in the new GCSE format. I am particularly proud of:
Emily who achieved 9 grade 9s, one grade 8 and one distinction star;
Amy who achieved 3 grade 9s, 4 grade 8s, a distinction star and a distinction;
Tymon who achieved 3 grade 9s, 1 grade 8 and a distinction;
William who achieved 2 grade 9s, 2 grade 8s and a distinction star;
Ciaran who achieved 1 grade 9, 3 grade 8s and a distinction;
Holly who achieved 1 grade 9, 2 grade 8s and a distinction.
“The changes in GCSE subject matter and assessment have been a huge challenge and it is a great credit to our students that they rose to the occasion and worked very hard to achieve this fine set of results. Recognition has to be given to the strong partnership work between parents and carers and our incredibly driven teaching and pastoral staff team who go the extra mile to ensure students achieve their very best.
On behalf of the entire school community, I congratulate our fantastic students on their achievements, which will enable them to progress to their desired post 16 destinations across a wide range of academic and vocational pathways.”
Combined with recent Sixth Form results, the grades come as a real testament to the school’s mantra of igniting a passion for learning, with students keen to continue their studies. As the Sixth Form rapidly grows, both current and external students are advised that it’s not too late to apply and that there are still places available.
Students who have not yet applied to Sixth Form and wish to do so should telephone:
Simon Pick – Head of Sixth Form on 07850900440 or email on PickS@bridlingtonschool.org.uk
The school looks to build on the success and strives to provide a first class learning experience that the students deserve.
For more information visit: https://www.bridlingtonschool.co.uk/