Year 11 Examination Results 2016
Headteacher, Mr Kennedy says, "We are absolutely delighted with our GCSE results this year they are the best in the school’s history, with a spectacular performance by the department of mathematics, English and engineering. The results across the other subjects were very gratifying and individually there were some really brilliant performances. Of particular pleasure this year were the number of students getting A* and A in English, mathematics and physics. Physics has a special place in the school and in the third year running they managed 100% of students passing GCSE of those students 55% achieved A* and A.
English literature also produced a brilliant performance with 95% of students entered achieving A*-C, with 33% of them obtaining A*-A.
These results follow on from our excellent A level results have filled us with great confidence and I would like to pay tribute to all the students
who studied hard. The staff have supported them and have worked incredibly long hours to achieve these results. I am very proud of everybody’s efforts.
High performers included Jake Cox and Alistair Ovenell (9A*,1A), Carl White (7A*,3A), Haris Jemal (6A*, 5A), James Cosgrove (5A*,4A,1B), Sian Owens (4A*,5A,1B), Callum Thirley (5A*,4A,1B), Amy Williams (3A*,7A,1B), Sophie Barber (2A*,6A,2B), Josh Longman (2A*,7A,2B), Taylor-Jay Nitsche (3A*,4A,3B) and Jade Underwood (3A*,4A,3B)."
Dawn Fox, Assistant Headteacher responsible for mathematics says: “This is as a result of many years hard work and I am privileged and proud to lead a very skilled team of mathematicians. Well done to all the students.”
Key Stage 4 Results - 2016
|Measure||The John Warner School||National average|
|C+ In English and mathematics||71%||62%|
Post 16 Examination Results 2016
Students and staff are celebrating the best sixth form results in the school’s history. 50% of results were graded at A*-B and 33% of grades at A* or A.
The Sixth Form has enjoyed continuous improvement over the last decade whilst maintaining a broad selection of academic and vocational qualifications that meet the needs of our students. Top performing subjects included English Literature, mathematics and history, as well as high performing Btec results in business, engineering and performing arts.
Straight A* grades were achieved by Head Boy, Andrew Jenkins, who will now study physics at Lancaster University. Other notable results were achieved by Alicem Yilmaz (A*AA), Holly Charles (A AA) Beth King, (AAB), Jess Dunford (AAB), Tony Wren (AAB), Grace Rudman (Di*Di*Di*Di*) and Lucy Horne (Di*Di* Di*).
Headteacher, Mr David Kennedy said of the results, “We are absolutely delighted with these sets of results which reflect the hard work of the students and the staff and many of our young people have gone on to top universities which is always very pleasing to see. We are very pleased and we are confidently looking forward to further improvements next year.”