This is another historic day for Barnfield and our students as we celebrate another incredible set of results across the Federation.
(PRWEB UK) 3 September 2013
Barnfield celebrated a 21% increase in student success rate overall at South and West Academies.
Barnfield South Academy saw 78% of students achieve 5 A* - C grades including English and Maths – an astounding increase on last year and the highest ever results for the Rotheram Avenue school.
99% of students scored 5 A* - Cs without English & Maths.
Ayesha Karimullah was literally jumping up and down with excitement after opening her brown envelope to reveal 14 A* and A grades. She said: “I’m so pleased and I’m so excited!”
And Anisa Kayani was already looking forward to starting her A-Level studies in September after discovering her 3 A*s, 8 As and 2 B grades. She said: “Now my mind is focusing on AS Levels. I’m doing Chemistry, Biology, Maths and History. I’m just glad all my hard work has paid off so far.”
Ibrahim Muhammed earned 16 A* - C grades – 12 of which were A*s and As.
At Barnfield West Academy, 100% of students accomplished 5 A*-C grades overall, with 68% netting 5 A* - C with English and Maths.
Head Boy Imani Lewis-Simmons led the success stories with 1 A*, 8 As and 1 B. He said: “I’m really surprised but ecstatic. I didn’t think I would be getting all As and just 1 B. It’s been brilliant at Barnfield. I wouldn’t have changed anything.”
Imani will now study History, English Literature, Philosophy and Government & Politics at Barnfield Sixth Form.
And Head Girl Lucy-Jane Ling was delighted with her 4 A grades, 3 Bs and 5 Cs, saying: “I’m really really really pleased! It is such a relief!”
Miles Thompson’s hard work earned him one A*, 6 As and 4 Bs. He said: “I feel really good, I’m glad the hard work all paid off in the end. The support Barnfield give you is the reason why I was able to get the grades that I got.”
Miles will now study A-Levels in Music, Biology, History and English Literature at Barnfield Sixth Form.
Barnfield Skills Academy also reported some excellent vocational results as well as 100% of students achieving 5 A*- C grades overall.
High flyer Jakub Majchrzak celebrated a storming set of results with 15 A*-C grades including English and Maths at GCSE as well as a B grade in A-Level Polish.
Jakub also achieved a BTEC Extended Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment during day release at Barnfield College.
Head Girl Naomie Mpanu Mpanu added to the 6 A*s and 1 A grade that she achieved in Year 9 with a further 8 A*-C grades including English and Maths.
Naomie also attended Barnfield College on day release and achieved IMI Certificate in Vehicle Technology Entry Level 3.
Josh Nunn achieved 13 A*- C grades including 4 A*s in Business and Denisa Dinu scored 13 A*-C grades including English and Maths and an A grade in Portuguese.
Head Boy Callum Baker netted 11 A* to C grades at the same time as successfully starting his own business selling live pet food and completing a BTEC in Animal Care out of school hours.
Year 10 students Orenthal Daalberg and Tanwier Idoe both achieved A grades in GCSE Dutch one year early.
Barnfield outgoing Director General Sir Peter Birkett said: “This is another historic day for Barnfield and our students as we celebrate another incredible set of results across the Federation. I am so incredibly proud of all that has been achieved over the past 8 years; being the first academy sponsor, increasing qualification success rates from a low base to some of the highest in the country. This has made such a positive difference to so many lives providing life chances that they would otherwise have been denied.
“Particular congratulations should go to Barnfield South Academy, who will probably be named the very best performing school in the town this summer and of course to Barnfield College, who with an interim 95% success rate, is likely to be acknowledged as the highest performing College in the country.
“Well done to all our students, parents, staff and Principals who I am sure will continue to drive Barnfield forward and build on the legacy created to date.”