PUPILS at Wings School Cumbria have been celebrating their recent exam results.
100% of students who sat examinations at the school gained a Maths, English & Science qualification and all gained GCSEs in Art and Photography.
Students at the school undertook a range of exams including GCSEs and Functional Skills and achieved qualifications across core subjects including Maths, English, Science as well as Photography, Design and Technology, ICT and Art. Each student achieved an average of nine formal qualifications and 100% of students from the school will go on to undertake further education, employment or training.
Other qualifications achieved by students included Catering, Sports, Equine Studies, Construction Level 1 and Performing Arts.
Wings School Cumbria Principal Donagh McKillop said: "We’re delighted with the results achieved by our students in their GCSEs and many other qualifications they have achieved throughout the year.
“The extensive range of qualifications they have achieved will provide them with a solid foundation on which to build their future success. We aim to offer as wide a range of qualifications as possible in academic and vocational subjects.
“All of our leavers this year will go on to further education, training or employment. They also will all leave with a formal qualification in English and mathematics alongside the range of others they have achieved. We are extremely proud of the young people. Their results are the product of their resilience, determination, hard work and commitment.”
Wings School Cumbria is a residential school and provides education and care for children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties. It is part of the Kedleston Group.
Kedleston has a range of residential and day schools across the UK and pupils from High Peak School, Olsen House School in Liverpool, Wings School Nottingham, Arc Schools Ansley and Old Arley in Warwickshire, and Leaways School in London sat a range of GCSE and other examinations in a range of subjects.
Across the company’s seven secondary schools, pupils achieved a range of qualifications with hundreds of individual achievements recorded for students across more than 100 different qualifications on offer.