As the 2020 summer exam season was cancelled, this year’s Year 11 cohort have been awarded grades by the exam boards, based on information supplied by the schools. None of the usual benchmark data or headline figures which lend themselves to comparisons between this year and other years, or between schools, have any validity this year.  Schools in this area have therefore come to an agreement that it would serve no purpose to release such figures into the public domain.

Sitting exams would have been stressful enough for these young people, but losing the chance to prove what they can achieve has been even more so. Thankfully, all students at the Bromfords School and Sixth Form College are now able to pursue post-16 pathways with either education providers or apprenticeships.

Mr Dunn, Headteacher, said ‘“What has mattered above all this year is that our students have exam results that reflect their industry and efforts over the last 2 years. In this extraordinary year, it is not appropriate to make comparisons with previous years, but we should instead recognise and celebrate the hard work and resilience of all our students and staff.”

Katie Rush achieved 1 grade 7, 3 grade 8’s and 6 grade 9’s.  Alysha Muggeridge achieved 6 grade 8’s and 4 grade 9’s. Shama Hassan achieved 6 grade 7’s and 3 grade 8’s.  Dylan Nixon achieved 6 grade 7’s, 2 grade 8’s and 1 grade 9.  Thomas Wimbury achieved 6 grade 7’s and 4 grade 8’s.

Miss Huet. Head of Upper School said ‘We are really proud of our students today, and excited to set them off on their new adventures. Although this was not a traditional results day it was really pleasing to share a positive and happy experience with our young people. We look forward to welcoming a number of our outstanding students back to our Sixth Form and wish all our Year 11 students the best of luck with their next steps.”