King’s Leadership Academy Warrington GCSE results day has seen 100% of those students who applied for college and further education gain places.
Overall, the King’s Leadership Academy has seen a third of all GSCEs awarded receiving top grades 7-9 with 96% attaining grades 4-9 in English and 90% grades 4-9 in maths.
One of the highest performers was Ruby Shields who achieved full marks in Fine Art and a special commendation from the chief executive of the exam board for her “outstanding and impressive achievement”.
Top grades were also secured by Nora Abbassi-Stewart, Jack White, Hannah Giles, Charlotte Telfer and Matthew Wild.
A clear endorsement of the ASPIRE values for success at King’s Warrington came with Joshua van Schoor achieving a full suite of top grades while playing football at an elite level with Everton.
Of note for their embodiment of the ASPIRE values of self-awareness and endeavour are Finn Sutton, Dylan Corbett and Caitlin McLaughlin for their commitment to their revision and preparation which paid off with excellent results.
Katie Sharp, Principal at the King’s Leadership Academy, said: “We are extremely proud of all the students receiving these outstanding results today. They have all shown great endeavour throughout their years at King’s and the success reflects students' hard work and shows how they overcame challenges during the pandemic.
“The results reflect how we work to provide a learning environment designed to help students reach their full potential.
“Students leave King’s with a strong sense of what they want to achieve in life and it‘s exciting to follow the journey as our students move on to the next stage of their lives to become successful citizens of the future.”