- News Listing
- GCSE 2018 Achievement
- Primary Maths Team Challenge
- Kindness Challenge 4th February
- Mow Cop 'Killer Mile'
- The Weston Road News April 2019
- World Book Day 7/03/2019
- FlipOut Year 9 Reward
- Online Safety
- Forest School Scheme
- Little Shop of Horrors Tickets
- Exam Contingency Day
- Weston Road News
- Term Dates and Inset Days
- Exam Results and Certificate Information
- Ofsted Letter to Parents
- News Archive
- Delight at GCSE Results
- Weston Road Academy Winter Fair
- After School Football
- Westminster Visit 15th October 2018
- Anti-Bullying Week
- World Hello Day
- MacMillian Coffee Morning
- Delight as Ofsted report confirms academy remains 'good'
- Food Bank Appeal 2018
- Big Lottery Fund Grant - Forest School
- Y9 Immunisations 10 July 2018
- Year 7 Pupils Meet Paralympic Medalist Ian Marsden
- IMPORTANT INFORMATION ? Pupil Reports
- Sports Personality of the Year Awards
2019 GCSE / A Level Results
The Weston Road Academy are celebrating again this year following another set of excellent results and improvements in many areas. Over three quarters of pupils have achieved a standard pass in English and in Maths and there has been a big improvement in pupils achieving a grade 5 or better across all subjects. There were some outstanding individual results, with two pupils achieving grade 9s across the board (something a very few 16 year olds will achieve this year). We also had another pupil, not only achieve a grade 9 in GCSE Photography, but his result was the highest in the entire country.
Ann Kingman, Headteacher, commented, ‘It was fabulous to see so many happy pupils here today and this is testament to the hardwork and dedication demonstrated by the pupils and staff, and the outstanding support from their parents. This year group were one of the best we have had in recent years and I am delighted that in the context of more rigorous qualifications they have risen to the challenge.’
A Level students and staff at The Weston Road Academy are celebrating results this year with approximately half of entries resulting in A*-B grades and approximately three quarters at grade C or higher. Over a quarter of students achieved at least 3 A Level grades at A*-B. Stand out subjects were Maths with 90% A*-B grades, and Geography with 75%. The best individual result was an amazing three A*grades. The vast majority of students secured places at the University of their choice.
Ann Kingman, Headteacher, commented, ‘The Sixth Form students have done themselves proud and worked exceptionally hard to achieve these results, with the support of their parents. They are fortunate to have an amazing set of teachers who go above and beyond to help them realise their potential. I wish them all the best of luck for the future’.