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Exam Results

KS4 performance 2016

  • Progress 8 Score 0.04
  • Attainment 8 Score 48.67
  • Student ‘destinations’ (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of Year 11)    97.9%   (5 students out of the 238 on roll have no destination or are NEET)

2016 Key Stage 4 Results 25th August 2016

Staff and students at Plumstead Manor are celebrating the excellent achievements of Year 11 in their GCSEs this year. There have been significant improvements in how students have performed, as well as many stand out individual performances. Headline results include:

 59% of students gained a C grade or more in English and Maths – up 7% on 2015.

74% of students gained a C grade or more in English, with 17% achieving A* or A grades.

62% of students gained a C grade or more in Maths, with 19% achieving A* or A grades.

29% of students achieved the EBACC – up 5% on 2015.

These represent significant improvements on past years, and are the product of hard work on behalf of both our students and staff. We are looking forward to welcoming many of our current students back into the 6th Form, alongside young people from other schools, following our excellent Post 16 results where students achieved 32% A*or A grades, 46% A* or B grades.

Head Teacher Douglas Greig commented:

“Congratulations to all our Year 11 students who have picked up their GCSE results this morning. We’re delighted that their hard work has paid off with the clear improvements in results we see this year at Plumstead Manor.  I have to pay tribute our dedicated and hardworking staff who have done so much to support our students on the path to success.  We’re delighted to be welcoming so many of our students back into the Sixth Form, and wish all our young people every success in their future.”

We’re delighted to be celebrating the excellent results of our young people. 17 Year 11 students gained 5 or more A*A grades, 11 students 8 or more A*A grades and 4 students 10 or more A*A grades.  These individual examples of excellence and high achievement include:

Adelayo Adebiyi 9A* 1B

Adeshola Agbeniyi 4A* 6A 1B

Chinwe Anaukwu 5A* 3A 1B

Fahmida Babul 9A* 1A

May El-Mantawy 3A* 2A 5B

Chloe Frost 4A* 3A 2B 1C

Esta Gjutaj 2A* 7A 1B

Halima Joynul 7A* 2A 1B

Manisha Jundoosingh 8A* 2A

Ying Lin 3A* 6A 1B

Thienay-Eva Makele 1A* 5A 2B 2C

Malvika Pandey 1A* 6A 2B

Reecha Poudel 8A 1B

Garima Rana 1A* 5A 4B

Narmin Sirdi 1A* 7A 1B

Emma Topic  2A* 3A 3B 1C

Ieva Zarskyte 4A* 4A 2B

 

This year’s results at Key Stage 4 and 5 represent the ongoing improvements taking place at Plumstead Manor and we’re delighted to see so many of our young people achieve so well. Our students follow a broad and balanced curriculum across a range of academic and vocational subjects.   On that foundation the recipe for success here is simple -  high quality teaching, in a safe and friendly environment set alongside high aspirations for academic scholarship, and high expectations for behaviour and personal development. We focus on our students being curious, disciplined, resilient, collaborative and imaginative.  These are the hallmarks of learning here and set our young people up to become rounded adults, ready to flourish and succeed, equipped to go on and change the world for the better.

2016 Sixth Form Results - 18th August 2016

In 2015 Head Teacher Douglas Greig commented:

 Across both academic and vocational pathways this year’s results demonstrate our commitment to providing high quality teaching, in a safe and friendly environment.  We’ve seen 28 students gain 5 A* or A grades, and 5 students in Year 11 achieved A*or A grades in all of their subjects.  I have to pay tribute to the hard work of the staff at the school, and to the dedication and commitment of so many of our students which have seen them achieve so well.

In 2015 there were some astonishing individual performances that are testament to the hard work of the girls, supported by a dedicated and committed staff.

Ruth Osagiator-Obude  8 A*s  4 As                           Zahra Mahmood   5 A*s  6 As

Aakanksha Shrestha 5 A*s  6 As                                Amed Yones 4 A*s  7 As

Jasika Gurung 3 A*s 5 As 2 Distinction*                    Samyat Kolawole 4A*s 6 As 4 Bs

Ubah Suleiman 3 A*s 7 As 1 C                                  Javeria Hussein 3 A*s 6 As 2 Bs

Dixcha Kunwar 2 A*s  7 As 2 Distinctions                Ismarika Pandey 2 A*s 8 As 1 C

Astha Limbu 2 A*s 7As 1 B 1 C                                Charlotte Riddell 2 A*s 7As  2 Bs

Overall 51% of students gained 5 A*C including English and Maths, and 74% gained 5 A* to C grades.  19% of grades were at A*A and 23% of students achieved the EBACC.

We also saw 65 students in Year 10 sit a GCSE Statistics exam where 14% of those students gained A* grades, 62% A*A grades and 100% A*B grades.  Well done to these students who’ve set themselves up for a very successful Year 11.

2015 Sixth Form Results - 13th August 2015

We are very proud to be celebrating an excellent set of Post 16 results at Plumstead Manor, which see outstanding achievement for students across the ability range at our high-achieving mixed Sixth Form Centre.

120 Year 13 students took examinations this Summer at Plumstead Manor. There were over 200 entries for a wide range of A2 qualifications and 90 BTEC qualifications were also taken.

Headline A level grades were: A*A 10%, A*B 36%, A*C 71% with a 99% pass rate. In vocational subjects there was even greater success with 58% of students gaining Distinction* or Distinction grades and 78% Distinction * to Merit. Combining Vocational and Academic subjects 23% of exam results this year were at A*A grade equivalent, with 15 students overall gaining ABB or better. All of these results are from across the range of arts, humanities and STEM based subjects (maths and science).

There were some astonishing individual performances. Ayomide Olubummo gained three A* grades and goes on to study Dentistry at Queen Mary University of London. Elsie Duffy achieved A* and three A grades and goes on to study Maths and Physics at Warwick University. Abdala Aadan gained Distinction*Distinction*and A* and goes on to study Maths at Queen Mary University of London. Other individual successes include Zahra Ali with AAB, Zakeria Hassan with A*BB, Seada Merkulaj with A*B Distinction, Maeva Pierre-Georges with AAB Distinction*, Inca Robinson with A*AB, Abdullah Sheik-Yusuf Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction C, and Anjanika Devindi Thalagoda A*ABB.

We expect that most students will go on to their first or second choice university and these represent excellent results for a non-selective mixed Sixth Form. They are testament to the hard work of staff and students alike. We are proud of our inclusive approach, and our commitment to excellence for every student irrespective of background or ability.

 

Results 2015