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31/05/20

Well done Mrs Hitch!

31/05/20

Well done, Lily! What a lovely idea and who wouldn’t enjoy receiving them as a gift? https://t.co/3Sf99QZ2xE

30/05/20

Retweeted From Mr Fuller

any of our students prepared to take the Bletchley Park Challenge? https://t.co/0CB6GQqS61

30/05/20

Thank you for letting us know. We will look into that.

29/05/20

Students, are you looking to try something different over the weekend? Here’s something for you... https://t.co/Z6G5y8Vsju

27/05/20

Retweeted From NYO_GB

We’re sorry to share this... but we’ve got some news. Sadly, we are unable to go ahead with the live performances we had planned this summer. Instead, we'll be coming together digitally for an exciting musical project so we can continue to share music as widely as possible 🎵 https://t.co/71UsMFZhXy

27/05/20

Retweeted From VIAT

There have been some amazing entries to our Transition Project so far! Well done everyone! You can see all the fantastic submissions so far, and find some inspiration to create your own, on our dedicated website. Full details here: https://t.co/D5a8ttd3L7 https://t.co/89dGDsYFsb

27/05/20

We’ve received some emails this morning from new students worried they’ve missed out on this... Fear not, you absolutely haven’t! Keep sending us your masterpieces, there was no closing date! 👍 https://t.co/Fuxag3NDkV

27/05/20

Retweeted From Mr Fuller

can our Computing students help on this one? https://t.co/WyGinoexUi

26/05/20

we love your students’ masterpieces too 😀

26/05/20

Are you joining us in September? Have you sent us some work for our Transition Project? Mrs Hutchinson has had fun today - follow the QR code for more (let us know if you can’t remember the password!). https://t.co/8XodQWBGI4

26/05/20

Retweeted From ArtWorldRecords

We should know in the next few days!!

26/05/20

Retweeted From Rob Biddulph

Did your (hopefully) world record breaking whale 🐳 🌈 make THE DOUBLE GRID? Thanks again to everyone who drew along with me yesterday. Wasn’t it nice to all be doing something cool together at the same time? 1/3 https://t.co/howCE9H5sf

25/05/20

Don’t forget to send us your 🐳 drawings if you took part in . This one is Lily’s - well done, Lily! https://t.co/77tE7bQrXb

25/05/20

Week 4 - the final week - of is here - get busy with the last 2 challenges and send us your videos! https://t.co/kPzCvQdZka https://t.co/IQgcsa5rh0

24/05/20

Retweeted From NCSC UK

Girls! If you have a love for technology, why not take the first steps towards your future career? Learn new skills needed to enter the cyber security or computing workplace with our online coures: https://t.co/ARWyaayIhv https://t.co/sGcjOZvdzx

23/05/20

We look forward to introducing you to our new neighbours, 👍

22/05/20

Wow! Welcome, neighbour... 😊 https://t.co/8eDiBEOekK

22/05/20

Looking for a half term activity? Why not cook a favourite meal/cake/dessert/breakfast and upload the recipe to our recipe collection! Full details here: https://t.co/pVXCb7LQCj https://t.co/yYE5lwdu9z

22/05/20

Wondering what to do over the break? Try this challenge... https://t.co/ow1MlJs0Gv

22/05/20

Lovely, Mrs Armstrong! 🐳 https://t.co/0S4bjl7MUU

22/05/20

Retweeted From Mrs MH

to all our teachers, you're doing an amazing job in tough times https://t.co/X8fvU5k4II

21/05/20

That’s okay, parents were allowed to join in too! We hope you enjoyed it! https://t.co/ZWle4bRw29

21/05/20

Well done Megan and Hannah - we particularly like the top hat! 🎩 https://t.co/kGowh2xBDv

21/05/20

Well done Mrs Hitch - a brilliant example. Hope you had fun! https://t.co/KpWMRiVhe3

21/05/20

Brilliant Hannah and Emily! We hope you enjoyed it - lovely pictures 🌈 https://t.co/lqWHFNxNV2

21/05/20

Lovely! Thank you for sharing - we hope you enjoyed it. Fingers crossed the world record attempt was a success... https://t.co/wD7ZSysmBb

21/05/20

Ah well done, these are brilliant! Glad you had fun, and we hope it’s a confirmed world record! https://t.co/nsl4A44K7b

21/05/20

Well done, Elisha! Did you enjoy it? We did, and we hope we’ll be seeing many more students’ (and some teachers’?) whales this evening, too! https://t.co/S12rGiExCR

21/05/20

Our thanks to Mr De Jong for making, supplying and delivering some visors for use by this week. You are a 🌟 Mr De Jong! https://t.co/YKvejebo5s

21/05/20

Retweeted From National Careers Week

Still time to get involved with https://t.co/eWjs6tTjFD

21/05/20

Well, here's a skill you don't see every day, ! Our Health & Welfare Support Manager can do this with great verbal dexterity... https://t.co/yvPw6L6WLa

20/05/20

An evocative image from William in Year 9. Sometimes no words are necessary! https://t.co/TR5674Hecg

20/05/20

Well done, Hannah, this looks great. What a great skill to have! 😋 https://t.co/VsZE328Izs

20/05/20

Many congratulations to our poetry competition winners - see their winning poems by visiting... https://t.co/fjXZR4va0e

20/05/20

Retweeted From Rob Biddulph

It’s nearly time. Have you registered at https://t.co/5BNxvXUac0 yet? https://t.co/NZC6i4EQH7

20/05/20

Today is ! Show off your skill in a 20s video or photo, and share with . To get you started, here’s our Careers Advisor showing us the Crow Pose! https://t.co/ONvWDrPsfM

20/05/20

Aren’t they just! Thank you! 👏

20/05/20

Here's the second of this week's blog posts dedicated to , this time from our Health & Welfare Support Manager. https://t.co/Z4bNwwdBfp https://t.co/2CCnrMoZ5Z

20/05/20

Retweeted From MMK Mind

They've been doing a fantastic job! Thanks for injecting some positivity into our lives while we all work from home. 💙

Previous Results

2018

GCSE RESULTS 2018

Students, parents and staff are celebrating another record set of results. 233 students sat examinations in year 11 with 64% of grades being at 4 or above (equivalent to the old C). In addition, one in every eight grades achieved was at grade 7 or higher, equivalent to the old A and A*.

Notable high achievers include:

  • Ellie Porter (5 x grade 9, 8 x grade 8, a grade A, 2 x grade 6 and a grade 5),
  • Tom Wouldham (2 x grade 9, a grade 8, an A*, an A and 6 x grade 5),
  • Cameron Beech (2 x grade 9, a grade 8, 3 x grade 7, an A* grade, 2 x grade 6 and 2 x grade 5),
  • Charlotte Langley (2 x grade 9, a grade 8, 2 x grade 7, 2 x grade A, a grade 6 and 2 x grade 5),
  • Ellie Clark (a grade 9, 5 x grade 8, 3 x grade 7, a grade A and a grade 5),
  • Zoe Bennett (a grade 9, 4 x grade 8, 5 x grade 7 and a grade 5),
  • Bethany Fryer (a grade 9, 2 x grade 8, an A* grade, 3 x grade 7, a grade A, 2 grade 6 and a grade 5),
  • Bradley Naylor (a Distinction*, 2 x grade 8, 3 x grade 7, 2 x grade 6 and 3 x grade 5),
  • Anna Bobrik (2 x grade 8, 3 x grade 7, a Distinction*, an A*, an A, a B, 2 x grade 5 and a grade 4)
  • Bryn Jermy (2 x grade A, a Distinction, 2 x grade 7, 3 x grade 6 and 3 x grade 5).

Executive Headteacher Vic Ashdown commented:

It has been a challenging year for students and staff working through a period of GCSE transition. Students have performed brilliantly under difficult circumstances. We are thrilled for them and their families who will be celebrating many fantastic individual successes whilst planning for exciting futures in September. Congratulations to all.


A LEVEL RESULTS 2018

Students, parents and staff are celebrating another record set of A Level results. 109 students sat examinations in year 13 with a quarter of the A-Level grades achieved being at A and A*. The A*-C pass rate for A Level is a record-breaking 80%.

Notable A Level high achievers are:

  • Charlotte Barnes (ABB),
  • Fiona Wilmington (ABB),
  • Megan Warren (ABB),
  • Megan Riley (A*A C),
  • Kornelia Krzyzanska (A*A*C),
  • Anastasia Egorova (ABC)
  • Tilly Sapiano (A*BB).
  • 64% of vocational subject passes were at D* or D, with high achievers being:
  • Megan Lakin (A D*D*D),
  • Sophie Earl (D*D*D, B),
  • Charlie Horne (D*D*DP),
  • Bethany Hills (D*D M),
  • Katie Griffin (AAD),
  • Niamh Ellen (A*AAD*).

Executive Headteacher Vic Ashdown commented:

This is an outstanding set of results especially given the reform to both A Level and vocational courses. Students have performed brilliantly under a set of challenging circumstances. We are thrilled for our students and their families who will be celebrating many fantastic individual successes whilst planning for exciting futures in September. Congratulations to all.

2017


GCSE RESULTS 2017

64% of students achieved a Standard Pass (grade 4 and above) in English and Mathematics; 30% gained a Strong Pass (grade 5 and above) in both. 19% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate, which this year required grades of 5 and above in English and Mathematics, and the average Attainment 8 score per student was 41.84.

Top achievers were Adam Tweedie (8, 8, 5, A*, A, A, A, B, B, B), Onisha Lama (8, 6, 6, A, A, A, B, B, B, C, C) and Chloe Leipnik (7, 7, 6, A*, A, A, A, B, C, D, E).  Particular congratulations go to Megan Barratt and Mollie Ruler who achieved Valley Park School’s first ever grade 9s in English Language and Mathematics respectively.

A8 (2017): 41.84
P8 (2017): -0.25; Mathematics: -0.03, English: 0.01.


A LEVEL RESULTS 2017

Students, parents and staff are celebrating another record set of A-level results. 142 students sat examinations in year 13 with 64% of the grades achieved at A and A*. The A*-C pass rate is an impressive 87%.

Notable high performers are: Josie Edwards (A*A*A Distinction* Distinction*) Elizabeth Adesanya (AAB Distinction* Distinction), Nicola Jurkiewciz (ABBB), Ben Brough (AABC), Lucy Chevis (AABC), Lamaya Dallas (ABB), Ruby James (ABB), Joe Watson (ABC), Katie Pring (BB Distinction*), Thomas Bevan (BBB).

Headteacher Vic Ashdown commented: “This is an outstanding set of results,  particularly given the move this year to more demanding A-levels. We are thrilled for our students and their families who will be celebrating many fantastic individual successes whilst planning for exciting futures in September.”
 

2016


GCSE RESULTS 2016

58% of students achieved the gold standard of A*-C passes in both English and Mathematics. 26% of students gained the English Baccalaureate, outstanding achievement and significantly above the national figure.

207 students sat examinations with a 66% A*-C pass rate overall.
Top achievers are Niamh Ellen, Amy Marks, Charlotte Beale, Megan Riley, Anastasia Egorova, Bree Hayward, and May Oney who all achieved at least 6 A and A* grades.
Headteacher Vic Ashdown commented: “This is another outstanding set of results that students, parents and staff can be rightly proud of. My congratulations go to them and their families as they move on to the next stage of their education.”


A LEVEL RESULTS 2016

Students, parents and staff are celebrating another record set of A-level results. 131 students sat examinations in year 13 with 57% of the grades achieved at A and A*. The A*-C pass rate is an impressive 87%.

'This is an outstanding set of results with records broken across the board,' Headteacher Vic Ashdown commented. 'We are thrilled for our students and their families who will be celebrating many fantastic individual successes whilst planning for exciting futures in September.'
 

2015


GCSE Results 2015

Students at Valley Park School are celebrating another record breaking set of GCSE results. 59% of students achieved the gold standard of 5 A*-C passes including English and Mathematics, a 3% increase on the previous high achieved last year.

208 students sat examinations with a 67% A*-C pass rate overall. As a part of a very high achieving year group 13% of grades are at A*and A. Notable high achievers are Bilson Gurung, Hannah Everest, Nicole Kakel, Josie Edwards, Harry Wheelwright, Stefan Crowhurst and Alexander Roberts who all achieved at least 6 A* grades.

“This is another outstanding set of results that students, parents and staff can be rightly proud of," said Headteacher, Mr Ashdown. "My congratulations go to them and their families as they move on to the next stage of their education.”


A Level Results 2015

Students, parents and staff are celebrating another record set of A level results. 80 students sat examinations in year 13 with 57 % of the grades achieved at A and A*. The A*-C pass rate is an impressive 87% . 14 students gained A and A* in at least 3 subjects.

Notable high performers are: Briony Everest, Ayesha Cooper, Poppy Harris, Rojina Giri, James Kiell, Titas Kuprys, Zoe Noble, Emily Nurden, Nelson Rai, Mitchell Ranger, Sam Read, Harry Simpson, Danielle Spry and Kim Warren.

“This is an outstanding set of results with records broken across the board," said Headteacher, Mr Ashdown. "We are thrilled for our students and their families who will be celebrating many fantastic individual successes whilst planning for exciting futures in September.”
 

2014


GCSE Results 2014

Students at Valley Park School are celebrating a record breaking set of GCSE results. 65% of students achieved the gold standard of 5 A*-C passes including English and Mathematics, an outstanding 5% increase on the previous high. Valley Park students made expected progress of 81% in English and 79% in Maths - with an outstanding 47% making more than expected progress in English and 41% in Maths (against the national figure of 30% for both subjects). 13% of our students attained the English Baccalaureate.

200 students sat examinations with a 90%  5 A*-C pass rate overall. As a part of a very high achieving year group 12% of grades are at A* and 60 students have gained at least 5 A and A* grades.

Notable high achievers are Ben Anderton, Craig Barden, Alisha Bell, Louis Broad, Jack Bisson, Phoebe Collins, Charlotte Maxwell, Matthew Porter, Olivia Rossiter-Langworthy, Cynthia Royer, who all achieved at least 8 A* grades.

Headteacher Vic Ashdown commented, "This is an outstanding set of results that students and parents can be rightly proud of. My congratulations go to them and their families as they move on to the next stage of their education." 


A Level Results 2014

Valley Park students are celebrating another record set of A Level results. 79 students sat examinations in Year 13. 83% of grades were at A* - C, with an outstanding 55% at A/A*. 16 students attained at least 3 grades at A/A*: Alex Banyard, Kevin Bista, Vicky Franklin, Shanice Friday, Sweeta Ghasemi, Emily Gosden, Bailey Green, Louis Jones, Fahad Masood, Charlie Scannell, Samantha Sharpe, Callum Singh, Lewis Tanner, Cameron Waghorn, Lauren Whittington and Aaron Woodward.

Headteacher Vic Ashdown commented, “I’m delighted for our students and their families, who can be justifiably proud of their achievements. I wish them all the very best for their futures.”
 

2013


GCSE Results 2013

Students at Valley Park School are celebrating another excellent set of GCSE results. An impressive 52% of students achieved the gold standard of 5 A*-C passes including English and Mathematics with an outstanding 96% A*-C pass rate overall. As a part of a very high achieving year group 1 in 4 students have gained at least 5 A and A* grades.

Notable high achievers are: Daley Budd, Bryony Everest, Najibullah Ghasemi, Mia Hazelby, Karrum Lee, Emma Mearns, Kerry-Ann Newman, Sophie Greenhead, Leanne Archer, Poppy Harris, Emily Nurden, and Danielle Spry who all achieved at least 8 A* grades.


A Level Results 2013

Students, parents and staff are celebrating another record set of A level results this year. One hundred students sat examinations in year 13 with 53% of the grades achieved at A and A*. The A*-C pass rate is an impressive 85%, a 5% increase on last year. Nine students gained A and A* in at least 3 subjects.

Notable high performers are: Kanyama TEMBO • Lewis SAGE • Harrison SEAL • Victor PEREIRA DOS SANTOS • Katie AYLES • Thomas DI STASIO • Harvey HALL • Joshua HAYNES • Bethany JACOBS • Jessica KNIGHT  • Alan MAXWELL • Victoria TURNER