GCSE Results 2021

33% of grades were 9, 8 or 7. 28% of students achieving 5 or more top grades.  7% were grade 9

Another fantastic year of examination results and a chance to celebrate the success of our students.

 

Headteacher Andy Greenhough commented: “Like Ralph Allen all schools have created robust systems to assess students this year. The students have worked incredibly hard to achieve these amazing results. They have had to cope with a variety of challenges to their learning including the unknown of how they were going to be assessed. Their attitude and work ethic has been incredible and an inspiration to us all. They should be proud of their achievements.

 

Thank you to the staff and parents who have supported the students through this difficult year. Your guidance and advice has helped everyone achieve. It is now time to reflect and celebrate.”

 

We would like to extend congratulations to the following students. All these students have made excellent progress during their time at Ralph Allen and reached or exceeded their personal best through effort and resilience. Each grade is their grade and should be celebrated.

 

The students making the highest progress are;

 

Molly Gilbert                              Anton Churchill-Ley

Ted Smith                                    Bea Burrows

Danny Williams                          Alex Buxton

Lucy Maughan                          Loui Wehner

Mia Farrer                                   Grace Hammond

Rudy Ross                                   Sara Pana

Amber Richards                         Izabella Eachus

Rosie Hamilton                           Aisha Benamar

Josh Pruce                                 Stan Cranch

Evie Spanswick                          Newton Fernihough

Emily Gay                                   Beaujan Archer

Lucas Kover-Wolf                       Lottie Mattock

 

Well done to you all for your hard work, resilience, and effort during your time at Ralph Allen.

 

Additional congratulations to Alex Buxton and Zoe Lacrouts for achieving all grade 9s.

 

Lastly thank you to all the staff who have taught, supported, mentored and much more to help students achieve their potential.

 

Andy Greenhough, Headteacher

GCE A Level Results 2021

Headline figures at Ralph Allen School:

 

61% of the grades were A*-A.

85% of grades were A*-B.

95% of the grades were A*-C.

 

Students have achieved in all areas across the curriculum with strong performance in all subjects. Congratulations for the hard work across the whole community.

 

Headteacher Andy Greenhough commented: “We are extremely proud of the hard work and effort that has led to their achievement, especially after another difficult year. Our teachers and staff have worked tirelessly to ensure students are able to progress onto further education and we look forward to seeing what they will achieve in the future. Additionally, I would like to congratulate the Sixth Form team, their support for students has helped them through the last two years and prepare them for their next steps. Finally, I would like to congratulate all the students for how they have dealt with this whole process. You have been awesome. It has been a pleasure to work with you.”

 

Congratulations to our students who have been successful to Oxford, Cambridge, Medicine and Veterinary.

 

Oxford

Arthur Bown-Mazzoni – Worcester College reading French & Spanish

Esther Laird – University College reading English Language & Literature

Ella Wilton – Bailliol College reading Classics

 

Cambridge

Sam Penny – Homerton College reading Computer Science

Noah Rouse – Jesus College reading Theology, Religion, Philosophy of Religion

Olivia Wood – Queens College reading Modern & Medieval Languages

 

Medicine & Midwifery

Lizzie Nobes – Cardiff University, Medicine

Jennifer Barrett – Manchester University, Midwifery

 

Veterinary Science

Scarlett Wood

Jenna Doyle

 

As you can see from our results we have a large number of students who have achieved the highest grades in all subjects but true to our ethos of personal best we would like to recognise all students for their progression over the last two years. This is the majority, but the following students have achieved excellent progress from GCSE to A Levels.

 

Ryan Scammell, Jason Mattock, Griff Houlihan, Steven Pham, Aidenomoehi Ojeaga, Chiara Gashi, Daisy Hood, Maya Reed, Lily Seal, Ella Longhorn, Grace Mordaunt, Maya McGregor, Anna Scourfield

 

Many students achieved A and A* grades, but in particular we would like to recognise their results:

 

Alister Guenther A*A*A*A*B

Joshua Guenther A*A*A*A* A* EPQ

Ella Maughan A*A*A plus A EPQ

Edward Bruce A*A*A

Misha Dewey A*A*A plus A EPQ

Benjamin Hardy A*A*A

Louis Laskey-Downs A*A*A

Hannah Angress-Sparn A*A*A*

Ellie Marchant A*A*A*

Jake Howard A*A*A*

Sammy Wright A*A*AA

Joe Budge A*A*A*

Florian Madigan A*A*A A

Mark Zubritskas A*A*AB

 

Our last thank you is to the parents, carers and families who have supported the students over their secondary career. Good luck to all, wherever life takes you, and do not forget to keep checking in with us along the way!

Palladian Academy Trust appoints new CEO

Donna joins PAT from the Focus Trust, a successful multi-academy Trust based in Greater Manchester and Yorkshire, where she currently holds the post of Deputy CEO. Donna has an exciting track record of executive leadership in education and ensuring continuous school improvement, working both within her own Trust whilst also setting up national networks for professional development and support. Donna’s experience and passion for inclusive and lifelong education for all make her a perfect match for PAT as a values-led organisation that holds the needs of our learners at the forefront of our thinking.

Donna will take up the reins of leadership from Tim Withers, the Trust’s founding CEO when he retires at the end of this academic year. Tim’s excellent work has paved the way for Donna to build on strong foundations for evolution and growth of PAT and we are looking forward to a seamless transition for our organisation. Our communities will, of course, be offered the opportunities to both welcome Donna and say our thanks and farewells to Tim at the appropriate times.