Kinver High School GCSE Results 2019
Kinver High School is celebrating some outstanding GCSE results from our students in a range of subjects. High achievers include Connie Williams who achieved 6 grade 9s and 2 grade 8s, Amie Attwood with 4 grade 9s and 3 grade 8s, Cormac Wolstenholme and Katie Gwinnell who similarly achieved 4 grade 9s and 3 grade 8s and Alicia Rawson who achieved 2 grade 9s and 4 grade 8s. The school has continued to consolidate its strong academic performance from previous years with provisional figures suggesting that 65% of students gained 4+ in English and Maths with 46% achieving a grade 5 or above in English and Maths. Both figures sit comfortably above last year’s national figures.
Headteacher Mr Daniel Taylor stated, “We are delighted to see the school continue to build on last year’s results. The outcomes for our students are testament to the hard work and commitment shown by the students during their studies and throughout a particularly challenging examination series. Our students should be proud of what they have achieved.”
Mr Tony Bowles, Invictus Education Trust CEO, added: ‘Another fantastic set of results across the Trust which further confirms our collaborative approach is providing excellent outcomes for the most important people, our students!
Congratulations to each and every one of our students receiving their GCSE results today. There are some incredible performances across our Trust, in terms of both attainment and progress. An area of our results that would like to bring to your attention is the amount of grade 9’s our students have achieved. It is easy to see a grade 9 as an A* equivalent, but it is more than that. Students receiving a grade 9 in any given subject can classify themselves as ‘in the top 2% in the country’! This is a truly remarkable achievement and one of many areas of our results I take great pride in.
Our students always have and always will come first, but I would like to personally thank the staff across our Trust, who go above and beyond on a daily, sometimes hourly, basis to provide outstanding environments for our students to excel in.
I look forward to welcoming many of our students back in September as part of the Invictus Sixth Form’
For anyone that would like to learn more about our Trust please come to visit us at one or more of our open evenings. All details are available on our website www.invictus.education or call to arrange a visit on 01384 686586
Invictus 6th Kinver Campus Once again, Invictus 6th Kinver Campus A-level students have had a successful year with a 100% pass rate in their summer examinations, which includes 84% of exam passes at A*-C, and 33% of passes at A*-B. We’re very proud of all students for another year of successful results, but special mentions should go to Maddie Noakes, who will be going to Worcester University to read Drama and Performance and Alicia Spicer who will be going to Aberystwyth University to read Law. Similarly, Oliver Wakefield, who also enjoyed great success will be going to Worcester University to read Law.
Director of Invictus 6th, Jane Kendrick added: ‘I am incredibly proud of the tremendous achievements of Invictus Sixth Form students this summer. Building on huge success from last year, 27% of all results achieved in 2019 are at A* or A grade with more than 70% of results at grade C or above.
The hard work and dedication of our wonderful students and committed teachers has resulted in our students gaining places on highly competitive courses at some of the most prestigious universities in the country such as Oxford, Birmingham and Warwick. As they embark on the next chapter of their education, we wish them well and look forward to hearing about their future successes and career plans.
For Year 11 students about to start their final year of GCSEs and who wish to join our success, please call 01384 686558 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Our Sixth Form open evening will be held at the Copthorne Hotel, Waterfront, Dudley on Wednesday 13th November between 6.00 to 9.00pm. All students and parents/carers are welcome to attend.‘