Year 11 Examination Results Day – 2016
Year 11 Examination results will be issued on THURSDAY 25th AUGUST 2016.
They will be available for collection from 9am until 10.00am in the Dining Hall.
If you and/or your son/daughter are not available to collect results they may be collected on behalf of your son/daughter by a friend or family member. In order for this to happen you will need to provide the school with a letter requesting this in advance. Sorry, but we cannot release results on the day without this prior authorisation.
Results which are not collected will be posted out 2nd class on Results Day.
We are unable to give examination results over the telephone or via email.
Year 11 Certificates will be presented at a Presentation Evening in November 2016. If your son/daughter is unable to attend then it is their responsibility to ensure their certificates are collected from school – certificates will not be posted out to students.
Mr R A Stevens – Deputy Headteacher
John Hanson Community School students are celebrating the school’s best ever GCSE results with 74% of students achieving 5 A*-C grades, and 66% of the students achieving 5 or more A* – C passes which include English and mathematics. This is a fantastic outcome which is a 18% increase on last year’s results. There were many happy faces as the students opened their results envelopes, shared results with friends and then texted or phoned parents to share the good news. Ian Coombs, Headteacher said, “We are absolutely delighted for these young people. They worked extremely hard over the GCSE years and the efforts they made have paid dividends. I am sure they would also acknowledge the deep commitment and extra miles gone by their teachers and other staff to support them with examination success. We wish them all the very best in the next stage of their education or training.” These results indicate that our students achieved grades 17% above the English national average for A*-C grades, and 11% above the Mathematics national average.
|5A*-C in English and Maths||66.1%|
|Expected Progress in English||83.1%|
|Expected Progress in Maths||71.6%|