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Exam Results 2019

Following the fantastic news of their Good Ofsted result in May 2019, Three Rivers Academy students celebrated further improvements in outcomes at both Key Stage 4 & 5. Students commented that they were very delighted and appreciated the time, care and support they had received from their teachers. We are pleased that student and parent confidence in the school has yet again led to increased numbers enrolling in our 6th Form.

KS5

Another year of improved A Level examination results with a dramatic rise in A*-A grades and a significant improvement in A*-B grades. The majority of students were successful in gaining places at the university of their choice including some very competitive courses. Students taking vocational courses (or a combination of both academic and vocational) also did exceptionally well with 100% achieving a Pass or better. 43% of the grades awarded were at Distinction*/Distinction level.

Headteacher, Anne-Louise Payne said, “We are very proud of our Year 13 students’ achievements and that their hard work and dedication has been rewarded. This builds on our very positive Ofsted report from May 2019 and taken with the results; shows that our Sixth Form is a place where all students can prosper.”

KS4

This is the fourth year in a row we have seen a rise in the performance of students at GCSE in English (70%) and Maths (65%). This means that we provisionally have a combined English and Maths pass rate of 60%. Please note that this is subject to change once remarks have been completed and the score has been validated by the DFE.

Headteacher, Anne-Louise Payne, said “These results are testament to the hard work and commitment our students have shown throughout this academic year. Improved attitudes to learning, support from parents, and the hard work and dedication of staff have resulted in more students being able to access both A Level and vocational pathways.”

Changes to GCSEs awarded from 2018

New GCSEs and 9-1 Grading fact sheet

2018 GCSE Reforms - FAQ for parents/carers