This week academic results from last academic year are released to schools.
The headline summary for Hazeley’s results is:
“They are significantly better than other schools nationally; even more impressive is that this strong performance is spread across all of the main subject areas and ability bands of students”
For those of you who would like find our more detail in what the results mean, please read on.
You are cordially invited to attend our New Year 7 intake Open Evening on Tuesday 3rd October 2017. Doors open at 5.45pm with the evening closing at 8.00pm.
This week saw the launch of our new Wellbeing programme, which aims to prepare students for the challenges of growing up. The programme is expertly led by Mrs Bowers and benefits greatly from resources and ideas from our partner school Shenley Brook End as well as PiXL (partners in excellence).
During these sessions students work with their form tutors, to create a positive atmosphere where they can explore and discuss ideas. The quotes from the students below help give a flavour of the topics covered and the student’s perceptions.
Our Year 11 cohort replicated the excellent A Level results achieved last week in the sciences, humanities and social sciences. Close to 100% of the students studying chemistry, biology, physics, and psychology achieved A*-C grades with almost half of them securing A/A* in the single sciences.
Our more able programme (Top 50) has resulted in an increased number of students achieving the highest grades and over half of our students gained at least one L9/A. Equally impressive are the stories of individual students who joined us with relatively modest Key Stage 2 levels and who now leave us as well qualified, well-rounded individuals. They are all a credit to our strong community.
Computer science, geography, philosophy and ethics, art, media studies, drama, catering, performing arts, product design, PE, Italian, ICT all achieved well, with the number of students achieving A*-C in the region of 70% or above.