1st lesson: 7x – P5 Introduction talk – No kit required
1st lesson: 7y – P2 Introduction talk – No kit required.
7X – P4 Baseline Activities
7Y – P1 Baseline activities.
7Y – P1 Baseline activities.
7X – P3 Baseline activities.
7X – P3 (*1st) Programme of Learning (see PE activities for this half term: Groups 1-3).
7Y – P3 (*1st) Programme of Learning (see PE activities for this half term: Groups 1-3).
7X – P5 (*2nd) Programme of Learning (see PE activities for this half term: Groups 1-3)
7Y – P2 (*2nd) Programme of Learning (see PE activities for this half term: Groups 1-3).
7X -P4 (*1) Programme of Learning (see PE activities for this half term: Groups 1-3).
Boys: Blue kit, blue shorts, blue socks, boots. For further kit information for boys this term please click here
Girls: White kit, blue shorts/skorts, white/blue socks, trainers. For further kit information for boys this term please click here
Pupils will be allocated a group, however please note that these groups will be finalised later in the year.
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24th August 2017
We will admit to having been a little more nervous than usual in the run up to results day this year. Whilst things in school had felt good and we were pretty confident we would do very well, this was the first cohort to sit the new GCSE courses in English and Maths and, with all the uncertainties that come with such big changes, there was definitely tension in the air.
In the event, we did not need to worry at all. The results are exceptionally strong, especially in English and Maths, and we are absolutely delighted.
The new grading structure makes direct comparisons with previous years difficult, but we can be fairly sure of a few key points – and certainly of the general pattern.
Grade 4 is intended to reflect an ‘old’ Grade C. This means that we can make a direct comparison on the key measure of what the government calls the ‘basics’ measure. On this, we saw a fabulous 82% of students gaining 4+ (i.e. A*-C) in English and Maths. This is 5% higher than last year and the best the school has seen for many years – if not ever.
The government is keen to make the number of students gaining 5+ grades in English and Maths a key measure. Direct comparisons with previous years here are impossible (a grade 5 roughly equates to the top third of the old C grade and the bottom third of a B grade). However, we are similarly delighted to be able to report that 65% of students gained 5+ grades in English and Maths and we will be surprised if many schools in the country better this.
At the top end, we are also saw excellent results again, with 27% of students gaining an impressive five or more A* or A grades (n.b. the new grade 7 is a direct equivalent of the ‘old’ A grade). 61% of students managed to get at least one A* or A grade and a grand total of forty seven students (16%) gained at least eight A*/A grades.
There are so many individual success stories at all levels – and far too many to list here – but we would especially like to celebrate those who achieved a remarkable five A* grades (or grade 8/9 in English and Maths). Their names are below and we take our hats off to them:
Dylan Boston, Jessica Baillie, Jordan Bushnell, Joel Davies, Phoebe Day, Elliot Down, Charlotte Ensor, Eloise Fairhurst, Lauren Gandy, Rebecca Hamer, Elisha Henry, Luke Hodgkinson, Adam Hoskinson, Sian John, Nicholas Jaini, Ben Jeffery, Joe Johnson, Alice Lohan Ganley, Patrick McCahery, Christopher Mundy, Isobel Reader, Robert Reid, Olivia Shackley, Brooke Shay, Mathilde Tavernier, Hannah Walsh and Jake Wernham.
Outside of English and Maths, we can also report strong results. For example, at least 75% of students gained A*-C grades in: Art, Biology, Catering, Chemistry, Dance, History, Geography, German, Graphics, Music, Spanish, Statistics, PE, Photography, Psychology, Physics, Textiles.
All in all, it has been a wonderful day. Watching students opening envelopes and seeing their faces as it dawns on them how well they have done is one of the best bits of the job and, from a headteacher’s perspective, it is just as rewarding to see the looks of pride on the teachers’ faces.
Really well done to everyone involved; I know how hard people have worked and it is lovely to see so many students doing so well and the school continuing to make such big strides forward.
Lymm High School celebrates excellent A’ level results
Students and staff at Lymm High School are celebrating, following another excellent set of A’ level results.
33% of all A’ levels were graded at A*/A, with 59% A*-B grades and 85% A*-C. The overall pass rate was over 99%.
Headteacher, Gwyn Williams said:
“We are delighted with these results. Last year’s were strong, but the headline figures this year are a good deal higher and, in fact, are the best the school has achieved since at least 2011.
“Most of the exams taken were under the new, reformed A’ level specifications, which are significantly tougher than previous years, and so to be able to post results like this is especially pleasing. Students and staff knew that they would have to work harder than ever to succeed in these new courses and I cannot praise them highly enough for their response to the challenges they faced.”
Five high flying students achieved A* grades in all of the subjects they studied: Francesca Brown, Aoife Davenport, Fan Grayson, Sarah McGrail and Victoria Ramsbottom. There were 16 students who gained at least two A* grades and a total of 26 students who gained straight A* or A grades.
Head of Sixth Form, Mrs Hayley Jennings, said:
“It is incredible to see the students getting the rewards for all their hard work over the past couple of years. The vast majority are now off to study at their first choice university, but many others have also been successful in securing high quality apprenticeships, training or jobs. They are such a great group of young people and I want to wish them all the very best as they head off to start the next chapter in their lives.”
In a similar way to the current Year 11, we have taken the decision to regroup some students at the start of next year to ensure they achieve the best possible grade next summer in their GCSE English Language and Literature examinations. As a result, your child may have a different teacher for English when they return in September. Please click here for more information.