GCSE & PRE-16 RESULTS DAYS 2023 (EXECUTIVE)
FANTASTIC GCSE RESULTS AGAIN AT CRANFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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Cranford students have achieved another set of amazing GCSE results even improving on all key measures from last year.
English and Maths results continue on an astonishing upward trajectory, both with greater than 86% of students passing on their first attempt with 64% of students achieving a grade 5 or above in both English and Maths.
These 'terminal examination' results are comparable to the results under 'Teacher Assessed Grades' of the last few years and more importantly show that Cranford students at the academy continue to get better and better results year regardless of the method of assessment, thanks to their hard work, the very high quality of teaching and support and the constant encouragement from their families. Hence, these results continue the trends of the last 20+ years and are increases on both the DFE benchmark of 2019 and better than last year.
Executive Headteacher, Kevin Prunty said: “We are absolutely delighted by the brilliant GCSE results our Year 11 students have achieved today. Progress is always very positive at Cranford and it is always pleasing to see our competitive students keep breaking records and improving on attainment (higher grades) and to see even more students than last year achieving the top grades on.”
With continued hard work in our thriving sixth form, the future for this year group and every individual is shining bright.
There are so many Cranford students who have done exceptionally well it is hard to pick just a few. Some particular stars include:
- Aryan Lola who achieved an incredible 7 grade 9s and an attainment 8 score of 8.9, just 0.1 from the maximum! He will be staying at Cranford to study Maths, Chemistry and Biology at A level.
- Zaina Syeda and Omar Rasooli achieved 6 grade 9s each and managed Progress 8 scores which showed them securing on average 3 and half grades better than other students nationally from their starting points. Both intend to pursue A levels at Cranford.
- Muqadas Saleem , Mya Dhaliwal and Kotai Kandeepan achieved an incredible 16 grade 9s, 9 grade 8s and a Distinction in RSL Music between them.
- Other hugely impressive exam achievements include Zain Mir of the Picasso Centre who outperformed all expectations achieving 7 GCSEs from grades 7-9. Ilwaad Sharif, Aamina Ashfaq and Gresha Leitao all achieved a Progress measure well over 2 grades above their national expectation, with Ilwaad picking up 4 grade 9s on the way, a feat equalled by Aleeza Akhtar’s 4 grade 9s and 5 grade 8s.
Congratulations to all our students and staff on a truly phenomenal effort and thank you to our loyal families for their commitment and encouragement.
As the saying goes 'It takes a village to raise a child' and as a cohesive community, together, we see how that brings our children the confidence, skills, knowledge and understanding to succeed, even against all their peers nationally.
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