Against a backdrop of disruption to their education in each of the past four years, the commitment and resilience of our students has seen a set of results that improve on the school’s outcomes from 2022 and 2019. OFQUAL, the exams regulator, has stated that a return to pre-pandemic grading means this year’s national GCSE results in England will be lower than last year and similar to levels in 2019 – the year before the pandemic.
Jochen Tree, Headteacher, commented “We are immensely proud of our students and their accomplishments in this year’s examinations. These results are a testament to the collaborative efforts of the students, their parents and carers alongside the staff here at Bromfords. Our young people, equipped with skills and knowledge, are now ready for their next steps, be that in our own Sixth Form or elsewhere.” Emma Huet, Director of Key Stage 4, added “I echo the words of Mr Tree with how proud we are of all our Year 11 students. There have been some challenging individual circumstances for students and they have shown that with a positive attitude and hard work, you can achieve great things. We wish you all the best of luck with your next chapter in education.”
Amongst the high-achieving students were Ryan Owers who achieved eight x grade 9, a Distinction and a grade 7; Oliver Rich who achieved four x grade 9, 2 x grade 8, 2 x grade 7 and 2 x grade 6 and Owen Harlow who achieved a grade 9, 2 x grade 8, 5 x grade 7 and 2 x grade 6.