Friday, June 21, 2024

GCSE Results: Hassenbrook Academy celebrates achievements of pupils

DESPITE turbulent times over recent years, Year 11 are celebrating today some outstanding results as a result of their hard work, and are excited for their next steps.

Despite the COVID years, year 11 pupils have shown resilience and strength and have worked hard to overcome difficulties.

The highest performing subjects were the vocational subjects with some outstanding results in Music, Art, Health and Social Care and Travel and Tourism.

The following students were amongst the top performers:
Andreea Balmus with grade 9s in Maths and Science, a grade 8 in Computer Science, and 7s in English Language and Literature is off to do A levels in Maths, Further Maths and Computing at City and Islington College.

Gracie Collins with a 9-8 in Science, 8s in Computer Science and Maths and a Distinction in Travel and Tourism is off to do A levels.

Seth Zuzanna with a 9 in Maths, 2 Distinction * in Art and Health and Social Care, and 7s in Science is off to Art at USP.
Ashley Roope with a 9 in Maths, and 8s in English Literature and Science is off to do A levels.
Alfie Rowden with 7s and 8s in English, Maths and Science is off to do A levels.
Saphire Dumont with 9 in French, 8 in Spanish, 8 in Maths and Distinction in Travel and Tourism is off to Ortu Sixth Form to do A levels.

Mrs Sally Feeney, Principal of Hassenbrook Academy said: “We are extremely proud of the hard work and effort that year 11 have put in to achieving their results and would of course like to thank pupils, parents, staff and Governors for their efforts.

“We wish all of our year 11 well as they go off to their colleges, sixth form providers and apprenticeships, and hope that they will stay in touch to let us know about the exciting things they are doing.”


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