Immanuel college post 16 results just keep getting better and better! It is really fantastic when our students and teachers, who have worked so hard together, are rewarded by huge success. Our year 13 students were all successful in achieving the places they chose at University. We have students going off to study at universities across the country, including London, Nottingham, Liverpool and Cumbria. The range of subjects chosen is once again enormous – English literature, equestrian studies, art, psychology and amongst other subjects.
Deserving special mention are Emily James who achieved four A grades at A2 and Thornten Haywood and Jessica Myers who both achieved all A and B grades. Emily has secured a prestigious post with Grant Thornton to begin a career in accountancy, beginning with a placement in their London office. We also had some excellent level 3 BTEC results with Abigail Butterfield and Jade Clarke achieving distinction stars and distinctions in all their subjects.
We were also very proud of the achievements of our year 12 students who really excelled. Phillipa Malko, Duncan Roberts and Bethany Murgatroyd all achieved four grad As in their AS subjects. Again the students studying for BTECs did exceptionally well. Jennie Lucas, Jaynesh Maisuria, Sophie Eklid and Abigail Nelson achieved distinction stars in all three of their subjects. For AQA examination subjects, our students outperformed all other schools nationally at AS for grades A- C and for 100% pass rate at A2.
Perhaps you heard the recent feature about Immanuel post 16 student success on BBC Radio Leeds? The journalist was particularly interested in Thornten’s plans to bring his underwear home from university for his mum to wash! We are really excited about all our students’ achievements and are looking for even more success again this year. It pays to stay local and go further!
Students and staff at Immanuel College are celebrating the success of Year 11 students.
98% of our year 11 students left with 5 A*-C at GCSE or equivalents
98% of our year 11 students left with at least 2 science GCSEs or equivalents
Year 11 students achieved the best results in English that Immanuel has ever seen. 68% achieved A*-C.
Ofsted have changed the emphasis from raw results to the progress that students have made since they entered Immanuel College. We are thrilled to report that using Ofsted terminology:
‘Outstanding’ progress was achieved in music, statistics, French, Food technology, science, chemistry and physics GCSEs and in art, travel and tourism, creative arts, music, business, ICT, performing arts, sport, childcare, horticulture, fish husbandry, and construction BTECs
‘Good progress’ was achieved in English, English literature, graphics, history, RE, biology and textiles GCSEs.
Some individual students results are worthy of note
Lydia Benazaize achieved 9A*
Rachel Paley achieved 7A*, 3A
Samantha Birts achieved 6A*, 3A, 1B
Megan Clifford achieved 5A*, 4A
Louisa McNiff achieved 4A*, 3A, 1B
Will Rhodes achieved 4A*, 3A, 1B
Josh Rose achieved 4A*, 3A, 1B and 2C
Thank you to all students, parents and staff for your continued support and hard work.
Most recent KS4 Results as published by the secretary of state - November 2011
|% Achieving 5+ A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) Including English and Maths GCSEs||48%|
|% Achieving the English Baccalaureate||2%|
|% of pupils making expected progress for English||70%|
|% of pupils making expected progress for Maths||44%|
To access the School Performance Tables published by the Secratary of State on the Department for Education’s website CLICK HERE