Bradley Stoke Community School “delighted” with GCSE students’ achievements

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Students at Bradley Stoke Community School celebrate their GCSE examination results. Photo credit: BSCS

Students at Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) are celebrating some “great” results in their GCSE assessments, despite experiencing several years of disruption due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

A spokesperson for the school said:

“We are delighted with the performances of our students this summer. We have matched the national picture which has seen a reduction in overall attainment scores. Despite the slight reduction in overall attainment, this year group have shown incredible determination and hard work and on average look to have made progress above expectations; we could not be prouder of their achievements.”

The proportion of students achieving both English and Mathematics at Grade 4 or above was 70 percent (compared to 82 percent in 2019 and 62 percent in 2018).

The proportion of students achieving both English and Mathematics at Grade 5 or above was 46 percent (compared to 56 percent in 2019 and 43 percent in 2018).

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The spokesperson added:

“We look forward to welcoming many of these students back to join our Sixth Form, as we have record numbers returning in September.”

Headteacher Peter Lynch, commenting on this final set of results under his leadership, said:

“We are all incredibly proud of all our students’ hard work and dedication in achieving these results. They have had a tough few years with a significant amount of disruption, but they have all come through it with some great results. I want to wish the students all the best in their future endeavours, but I know they will be successful whatever they do.”


Individual performances

Notable individual performances highlighted by the school are:

  • Eight or more Grade 9s each: Isabel Ogram and Rhea Meel
  • Two or more Grade 9s each: Abbey Whittaker, Billy Hopes, Naomi Planter and Nico Pearce
  • Making the most progress in their learning since arriving at Bradley Stoke Community School or exceeding their GCSE targets by the widest margin: Eddie Aysford, Mack Ritson, Finn Crossman, Sharon Mahembe, Isabel Ogram, Naomi Planter, Louisa Alford, Jonathan Filho, Tai Gray-Chung, Heidi Nagy and Sophia Wright
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Disadvantaged students

Sixty percent of the school’s disadvantaged students achieved the ‘Basics’ performance measure, by passing both English and mathematics GCSE at a Grade 4 or higher, showing that (in the words of a spokesperson): “BSCS is a truly comprehensive school and works exceptionally hard for all students to ensure that they achieve.”

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Dave Baker, CEO of the Olympus Academy Trust, said:

“I offer my congratulations to all the Bradley Stoke students who have achieved the success they deserved in their GCSEs this year. Thank you also to all the staff who have worked so hard to support them. It is so positive to see the consistency of performance and outcomes that the school is able to provide for its community, despite the challenges of the last three Covid-affected years.”

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