The Warren School is celebrating its best ever GCSE results with a projected Progress 8 score of 0.19. This year has seen a further increase in the number of 7, 8 and 9 grades achieved by students.
Some of the individual student performances are staggering in terms of the number of optimum grades attained. Many of our students gained grades 7-9 in all subjects – a phenomenal personal accomplishment and outstanding for us as a non-selective local community school.
Whilst acknowledging the enormous achievements of the most able is very important, what gives us the greatest pleasure is the consistent progress that many of our students make irrespective of their ability, personal circumstances or starting point. Their success is testament to their hard work and dedication, their resilience under extreme pressure and the amazing support they had from parents and staff.
Headteacher, Jennifer Ashe, said, “The school is grateful to all staff, students and parents for their hard work for another set of great results”.
The students are all set to start their sixth form education – an exciting time for them and us – we know they will continue to work hard and be a credit to the school. These results will allow our students to follow the path of their choice, whether that be to Oxbridge, a Russel Group University or a degree apprenticeship.
We are all very proud.
Enaya Aktar, – all grade 8 and 9
Elena Gageanu – all grade 8 and 9
Shea Desmond – all grade 7 -9
Sumaiya Tanvin – all 7-9