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Hinchingbrooke celebrates 450 years in 2015!

 

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GCSE Results - 20th August 2015
 
Hinchingbrooke School is celebrating a bumper year of results at GCSE, with 65% of all students achieving 5 or more A*-C grades including English and Maths, improving on last year’s performance by 9%. 72% of students got 5 or more A*-C grades, and 99% of students achieved 5 or more A*-G grades including English, Maths and Science – our highest ever score in this measure. 30% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate, the government’s ‘flagship’ suite of qualifications. Progress measures are also significantly improved from previous years  - we expect our value added score to be well above national, at 1013. 
 
27 students scored 8 or more grades at A* or A, a truly outstanding achievement by any measure. Another 20 scored at least 5 A* or A grades. Particular mention must be made of 2 students who secured 11 A* grades each – Bethany Heath and Jordyn Perry. In addition to their A* grades, both girls sat the A Level equivalent Maths exam (the FSMQ) and scored an A grade. Other students performing extremely well include Joshua Clarke (10A*s, 3As), Lucille Corby (9A*s, 3As), Ashleigh Drakard (8A*s, 3As), Jessica Ng (7A* grades and 5As), Alex Clayden (6A*s, 4As), Jennifer Macey (6A*s, 6As), Lucy Waller (5A*s, 5As), Alex Dachs (4A*s, 8As), Jossie Palmer (4A*s, 8As), and Robert Burton (4A*s, 6As) - these figures include FSMQ and any short course grades. There are many other students scoring high numbers of the very top grades, and their hard work has certainly paid off this Summer.
 
We have been delighted with the diligence, enthusiasm and determination exhibited by students in this particular year group, and they fully deserve the excellent results they have achieved and the firm footing this has given them for their future. Our sincere and heartfelt thanks to all of our staff who have shown unfailing commitment to helping our students achieve their potential. We would also like to thank the parents of these students for their continued support both of the school and their children. 
 
  
  
 
A2 and AS Results - 13th August 2015
 
We are so proud of all of our students who have worked unbelievably hard this year with great determination and spirit.  We wish to congratulate all of the students whose results have met or exceeded what they hoped for, and we look forward to their next steps.  
 
Overall 44% of the grades received were A*B and our average points per student improved from last year (648), as did our top grades at AS (37% A-B, our highest for several years).  98% of our A Level grades were passes, which led to many happy faces when results were collected and opened.
 
Here are a few who really surpassed themselves and deserve a special mention:
 
A2
Sarah Aikens - Maths (A), History (A), English Literature (B), Chemistry (B)
Rebecca Anderson - English Language (A), Pre U Psychology (A), History (A)
Molly Barratt - English Literature (A), Geography (A), Spanish (A)
Tom Carter - Pre U Maths (Distinction*), History (A), Physics (A), Pre U Global (Merit)
Joanna Chen - Maths (A*), Further Maths (A*), Business Studies (B)
Danny Darbyshire - Biology (A*), Chemistry (A), Maths (A)
Justin Groves - Government and Politics (A*), History (A*), Business Studies (A)
Scott Hamilton - Maths (A*), Further Maths (A), Physics (A), Pre U Global (Distinction)
Tooba Khokhar - English Literature (A*), German (A), History (A)
Naomi Longhurst - Pre U Global (Distinction *), French (A), Music (A), History (B)
Tom Maher - Biology (A*), Chemistry (A), Maths (A)
Emily Mason - Psychology (A*), Geography (A), History (B)
Ana Nash - Pre U Maths (Distinction*), Spanish (A*), History (A), Pre U Global (Distinction)
Ryan Perry - Maths (A*), Further Maths (A), Physics (A), DT (B)
Anya Rodriquez - Biology (A), Spanish (A), Chemistry (A), Pre U Global (Merit)
Autumn Rose - Psycholgy (A*), Pre U Global (Distinction*), English Literature (A), Geography (B)
Gemma Steel - Psychology (A*), PE (A), Geography (A)
 
AS
Natasha Bond Pre U Global (Distinction*), English Literature (A), Geography (A), Biology (B), History (B) 
Emelia Brown - Pre U Global (Distinction*), Biology (A), Chemistry (A), Geography (A), Maths (A)
Meri Croft - Art (A), English Literature (A), History (A), Philosophy (B)
Robert Fielding - Biology 9A), Chemistry (A), Physics (A)
Samuel Heaton - Film Studies (A), Geography (A), Maths (A), Physics (A)
Lucy Inskip - Applied Business (A), English Literature (A), Governement and Politics (A), History (A)
Stephen Lutman - Business Studies (A), Geography (A), World History (A), Biology (C)
Alice Pettit - Chemistry (A), Maths (A), History (B), Biology (B)
Polly Smith - Maths (A), Music (A), Physics (A), French (B)
Hannah Talbot - Biology (A), MAths (A), PE (A), Physics (B)
William Taylor - Pre U Global (Distinction), English Literature (A), Geography (A), Government and Politics (A), World History (A)
Esme Walters - Biology 9A), English Literature (A), Maths (A), Chemistry (B)
 
Mr Charlie Fordham, Director of Sixth Form
 
 
 
Last message of the academic year
 
And so the end of term has arrived.  Here are a few important dates for your diaries:
 
AS/A2 results day - 13th August 2015
GCSE Results Day -  20th August 2015
 
Start of term for Year 7 and 12 - Friday 4th September 2015 (Week A)
Start of term for all year groups - Monday 7th September (Week B)
 
And here are a few lovely memories to round the year off...
 
The 6th Form Ball - July 2015
 
     
     
      
  
 
The Year 11 Prom - July 2015
 
    
    
  
    
 
PD - 450th Celebration Day - July 2015
 
 
 
And finally, here is a thought to leave you with...'Aaah, summer - that long anticipated stretch of lazy, lingering days, free of responsibility and rife with possibility. It's a time to hunt for insects, master handstands, practice swimming strokes, conquer trees, explore nooks and crannies, and make new friends.' (Darell Hammond). Go and enjoy your lazy, hazy summer days.
 
Have a fabulous summer holiday, and recharge those batteries.
 
Anna Nightingale
Vice Principal
 
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