The Cheadle Academy – 24th August 2017 – students adapt well to rigorous exams

Following on from historic results last year, The Academy is pleased to say that many of their students have, once again, done them proud! Students and staff have adapted well to the new and more rigorous GCSE examinations, gaining the first grade 9s for The Academy, and placing them in the top 2% in the country.

Top performing students, achieving 10 GCSE grades 9-7, include Lydia Coates, Niamh Key and Louis Higgins. “Their attainment is a real reflection of the high standards to which we aspire as an academy,” said Principal Mr Neil Jamieson.

Principal Jamieson continued, “These outcomes are another step in the improvements being made at The Cheadle Academy, as we welcome the first students to our new Sixth Form College, opening this September. I am proud of how well our students and staff have met the challenge of the new GCSE examinations, as we continue our drive to raise standards for all students at The Cheadle Academy.”

 

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Sarah Booth sbooth@thecheadleacademy.co.uk