Stoke Newington School is celebrating the fantastic results, hard work and commitment of our young people
After a period of much uncertainty for all Year 11 students across the country, Stoke Newington School is celebrating the fantastic results, hard work and commitment of our young people.
On average 223 of SNS students achieved grades 4 to 9 in English, Mathematics and Separate Sciences. There were a pleasing 179 level 9 grades across the full range of subjects with 7 students gaining a grade 9 in both English and Mathematics.
The school’s creative subjects continue to excel with very strong results in Art, Photography, Media, Resistant Materials and Textiles.
Headteacher Zehra Jaffer said: “I am incredibly delighted for all the students in Year 11 who have shown such maturity, understanding and fortitude in very difficult times. Well done on achieving such excellent GCSE grades and we are looking forward to more recognition of success with our BTEC outcomes. We are proud of each and every one of our students. Thank you to all the staff, students and their families for the hard work, determination and commitment in making this possible. It is brilliant so many will be returning to our sixth form. We wish them all well and good luck for the next part of your learning journey. “
Fran Plowright-Nelson, Chair of Governors, said that “Well done to all the students at our wonderful community school for doing so well. These fantastic reflect all your hard work and dedication. The governing body would like to thank the staff, families and most of our students who coming together in these challenging chapter in our lives. It fills us all with hope for the future with such phenomenal young people making their mark in this way. All the best for the future.”