Aug 24th 2017
Our amazing GCSE ResultsLevel 2 BTEC students celebrate 100% pass rate. We are thrilled that so many students received the BTEC Distinction star and Distinction, the equivalent of A*/A. at GCSE. The results were stunning, with Business Studies receiving 71%, Engineering 7.1%, Health and Social Care 53%, Hospitality 44%, and Creative Digital Media production 62.%
49% of our Year 11s obtained good grades in English, Maths and other subjects.
We congratulate Ella Hioco who gained the equivalent to 2A*, 3A, 4B, 1C. Jamie Saunders, 2A*, 1A, 5B, 1C, Finnley Broomfield, 1A*, 3A, 4B, Emily Francis, 1A*, 1A, 7B. Jorden Pledger, 4A, 3B, 1C. Maddie Frampton, 1A*, 6B, 2C. Selin Ekinci, 1A*, 1A, 4B, 4C.
We are delighted for our students. Coping with the change to the new GCSEs in English and Maths has been a real challenge for all schools and our Year 11s have coped admirably. 15 out of the 91 student obtained over half their grades at A*/B or equivalent. As an inclusive school we celebrate the progress of all our students and feel very proud of their success this year. The Grange School has a strong sense of community and these results demonstrate a true team effort between students, parents and staff.
Most of The Grange Year 11s move onto Twynham Sixth Form, The Grange Sixth Form, Bournemouth/Poole and Brockenhurst Colleges.
Below are some of our successful students:
Aug 17th 2017
The Grange School Celebrates Outstanding A-Level ResultsThe Grange School continues to have outstanding Level 3 BTEC results. Following the recent national award as BTEC School of the Year for our approach to delivering BTEC courses, The Grange School is delighted to announce 100% D* to Pass (equivalent A* to C) for Level 3 Extended Diploma in Business Studies, BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care (Health Studies) and BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport (Development, Coaching and Fitness)
Overall 83% of students were awarded three D* to D (equivalent to three A* to A) and 98% three D* to M (equivalent to three A* to B)
This is excellent news for the school who is earning a national reputation for educational excellence in this field.
We are thrilled with these exceptional results with very high numbers achieving the top grades. I am extremely proud of them. My staff deserve a huge vote of thanks for their continued dedication to the students and their high levels of professionalism. My heartfelt congratulations to the students who now have a brilliant platform upon which to make the next steps in their careers.
Ms Jane Asplin-Locke
I am really pleased for our students; it’s down to their outstanding commitment to their studies. The partnership with local employers has really helped them to achieve the higher level grades and this has paved the way for their future success. On a personal level I am delighted that their hard work and commitment has paid off and I wish them every success for the future.
Mrs Woodward, Head of Sixth Form.
Congratulations to the students who achieved the equivalent of three A* in BTEC Level 3 in Extended Diploma in Business Studies were Layla Anvarizadeh Mahtob, Yan Brown, Natasha Elmer, Elizabeth Horton, George Payne and Francesca Watson. BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care (Health Studies)
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care (Health Studies) were Autumn Barker, Rhian Brown and Daisy Parker.
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport (Development, Coaching and Fitness) are Craig MacFarlane, Daniel MacKenzie and Nathan McAuliffe.
A number of our students once again have been accepted on University places including:
Yan Brown – reading Business at Bournemouth
Rhian Brown – Paediatric Nursing at Cardiff
Dan MacKenzie – reading Physical Education at Southampton Solent
Autumn Barker – Reading Cardiology at Southampton
Mahtob Layla Anvarizadeh – reading Business at Bournemouth
Other students are taking a gap before their studies in America for the summer:
George Payne – Camp America
Craig MacFarlane – Football coaching
Students who have secured Apprenticeships include:
Elizabeth Horton – Penton Citroen
Francesca Watson – Apprenticeship in animal care
From September 2018 we will be introducing a new Level 3 Engineering BTEC. Designed in partnership with local employers the course offers students the opportunity to develop knowledge of the different engineering sectors through a flexible approach including up to 6 weeks work experience. Content will be tailored to meet the interests of the students and will be studied both in the classroom and whilst on work experience. The course will offer students the opportunity to progress swiftly onto an apprenticeship or undertake further study at university.