STUDENTS and staff at Solihull School have celebrated outstanding GCSE results.
A total of 71 per cent of the results were graded 9 to 7 and 100 per cent were grades 9 to 4.
Headmaster David EJJ Lloyd was full of praise for everyone involved in the success, which came just days after a fantastic A level performance
He said: “These results are incredibly pleasing and some of the best we have ever had. This cohort has endured a tremendous amount over the past few years and it is really fitting that the pupils have been rewarded with such stellar results.
“I am full of admiration for the pupils and indebted to the amazing dedication and commitment of our staff, both teachers and non-teachers.’’
Summit Learning Trust are also celebrating excellent GCSE examination results for students from its secondary academies; Cockshut Hill School, Lyndon School and Ninestiles, An Academy.
Students and staff are extremely proud of the outcomes achieved by their young people, which are testament to their hard work, determination and amazing levels of resilience.
These students were the first to sit formal GCSE examinations for three years.
James, a Cockshut Hill student was recently celebrated in the media for his 100% attendance record from Year 3 of primary school through to his final year at secondary School.
James has gone on to achieve seven grade 9s including English, Maths and Triple Science and three grade 8s. James will continue to study with the Summit Learning Trust in September and has aspirations to practice medicine in the future.
Faie, a head student from Cockshut Hill, who also recently represented the school by carrying the Baton for the 2022 Commonwealth Games held in Birmingham, also achieved excellent grades. She achieved a grade 9 in Maths and RE, six grade 8s, two grade 7s and a grade 6.
Tavinder Kaur, a student at Lyndon School, has worked tirelessly to realise some fantastic results, achieving a full suite of higher grades – including seven highly prestigious grade 9s, two grade 8s and one grade 7.
Bhavik Ramjee, is another Lyndon School student who has worked very closely with teachers. Through sheer perseverance and determination, he has also secured a full suite of higher grades. Bhavik is delighted to have achieved five coveted grade 9s, two grade 8s and three grade 7s.
Vince Green, Education Director at Summit Learning Trust said: “The Summit family are incredibly proud of our learners’ achievements this year.
“It is really pleasing to see that the huge commitment made by students and staff to mitigate the disruption caused by the pandemic have paid off, with significant levels of academic progress being made by our young people.
“Thank you to them all for this momentous team effort.”