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GCSE results at Cheadle Academy

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: August 21, 2014

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The Cheadle Academy is celebrating a great set of positive results across the curriculum that is set to see students take the pathways they have planned for and deserve through post-16 options of further education or apprenticeships.

A total of 83 percent of students are now leaving The Cheadle Academy with five or more A* - C grades or equivalent.

Acting Principal, Mary Hall, said: “These figures comprehensively reflect the hard work and engagement consistently demonstrated by students.”

Top performing students at Cheadle Academy included: Keziah Lindley (6 A*, 4 A, 1 B), Emma Kington (4 A*, 7 A), Beth Atkins (3 A*, 8 A), Zoe Gough (3 A*, 6A, 2 B), Katie Rose (1 A*, 10 A) Niamh Scott (2 A*, 7 A, 2 B), Chloe Pearson (3 A*, 4 A, 4 B), Tom Hawkins (1 A*, 6 A, 4 B), Helena Torr (2 A*, 3 A, 6 B), Alexander Copp (1 A*, 7 A), Jordyn Eyre (2 A*, 2 A, 6 B).

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Subject highlights at Cheadle Academy include: Maths (70 percent A*-C), English Literature (87 percent), Biology (100 percent), Physics (100 percent), Chemistry (88 percent), Music (100 percent), PE (100 percent), Art (94 percent), Art Textiles (94 percent), Drama (71 percent), German (69 percent), and History (63 percent).

Mrs Hall, praised the students for their hard work in achieving good results and thanked the staff and parents for their support. She said: “The results are a testament to the students’ capacity for independent learning, determination to reach their potential and their ability to acquire skills for the future.”

Executive Principal, Keith Hollins added: “Many congratulations to our Year 11 cohort. They have fully realised the importance of their time here, knowing that The Cheadle Academy has worked hard, with them, to meet and exceed their academic potential.

“They have discovered the best possible route for progression and how to prepare for the future that lies ahead.”

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