Young people across Arc School Ansley, many of whom have had significantly disrupted education before coming to the school, clocked up an impressive 108 total qualifications, achieving on average eight each. 100% gained Maths, English and Science qualifications.
There were qualifications – both academic and vocational - gained across a wide range of subjects, both academic and vocational, including GCSEs in Maths, English, Single and Combined Sciences, Psychology, History, Food & Nutrition. The young people also achieved qualifications in ICT, Computing, Creative Media, Personal & Social Development, Sports Science, Art & Design, Public Services and Duke of Edinburgh. All students gained a qualification in BTEC Personal & Social Development.
In total, the young people gained 37 GCSEs across the school and of the 14 Year 11 leavers, six have left with four or more GCSEs. A total of 64% of students gained a Maths and English GCSE qualification, 64% students gained GCSE English at Grades 4-6 and 85% of students gained a Maths GCSE. In Science GCSE, 43% students gained the qualification at Grades 3-9.
And it was certainly a day to celebrate for one student who gained six GCSEs at Grades 5-9 including in the subjects of Psychology and History.
Across the school, their achievements have helped them secure places at mainstream colleges to study a wide range of subjects.
Dr Lynda Mitchell, Kedleston Group’s Director of Quality and Compliance, said: "What a fantastic set of results for the young people at Arc School Ansley. We could not be more proud of them and their wonderful achievements.
“The children at Arc School Ansley have often had very difficult and challenging educational journeys, with some having been out of school for considerable periods of time before they arrive. These qualifications are testament to their hard work and dedication, for which they should be congratulated.
“These qualifications give them a firm foundation on which to build success in their futures and we wish them the best in their next steps.”