Examination Results 

Sunbury Manor School Results 2022 - Press Release

Staff and students were delighted to celebrate the 2022 GCSE results at our school.

We have always known that this year was a ‘transition year’ between 2021 (when assessment was done directly by schools and colleges) and 2019 (the last year exams took place). This means that overall grades will be about halfway between the two nationally.

It does not mean that marking was harsher – the marking was undertaken by exam boards in the usual way. Instead, it means that when setting the grade boundaries, exam boards have been more generous than in a normal year, to bring grades closer to 2021 levels. This is also unaffected by any of our school’s historical data, including what our students got last year. Marking and grading are done at a national level, with all students across the country being treated the same way.

It is always hard to select just a few from so many personal successes, however, special recognition should go to those who have not only achieved the highest possible grades but are also the students who have made the most progress since Key Stage 2.

  • Briony Anthony
  • Balveen Aujla
  • Isla Betts
  • Joao Caeiro
  • Leah Dent
  • Hennie Digney
  • Reggie Fear
  • Isabel Finn
  • Ethan Freeman
  • Mason Griffiths
  • Liam Gunning
  • Faith Henkel-Dautey
  • Amelie House
  • Rachel Hunt
  • Samaa Hussein
  • Lexie Kotze
  • Matthew Murphy
  • Daisy Murray
  • Erin Murray
  • Megan Neall
  • Chukwudubem Ogwu
  • Drew Sexton
  • Arnav Sinha
  • Grace Smith
  • Nicole Tchikomo
  • Malgorzata Urbas
  • Matthew Voyce

Finally, please remember that you are more than a grade. The resilience you have shown under such conditions is remarkable. You are all exceptional, inspiring and talented young people and we couldn’t be prouder. We wish you the very best for the future.


Sunbury Manor School Results 2019 

% of entry in each subject gaining a pass at Grade 4 (C) and above and grade 7 (A) and above:

Subject

Entry No

% 4+

% 7+

Art – GCSE

29

72%

7%

Biology – GCSE

172

55%

8%

Business - GCSE

32

53%

9%

Chemistry – GCSE

172

52%

8%

Citizenship Studies - GCSE

38

87%

40%

Computer Science – GCSE

8

50%

13%

Creative Imedia  - CNAT Level 1/2

19

84%

11%

Design & Technology – GCSE

33

45%

15%

Drama - GCSE

17

82%

0%

English (Best of Lang & Lit) -GCSE

172

87%

21%

English Language - GCSE

172

79%

13%

English Literature - GCSE

172

80%

19%

Food Technology - GCSE

12

75%

25%

Geography - GCSE

85

55%

7%

History - GCSE

88

60%

14%

Maths - GCSE

172

67%

8%

Music - BTEC

8

88%

38%

PE - GCSE

50

68%

6%

Photography - GCSE

30

30%

0%

Physics - GCSE

172

54%

8%

Religious Studies - GCSE

36

83%

28%

Spanish - GCSE

17

94%

47%

 

% of students in the cohort (172) gaining 9-4 or 9-5 in English and/or Maths:

Subject

% of 4+

% of 5+

English

87%

69%

Maths

67%

37%

Both English and Maths

66%

36%

 

% of students in the cohort (152) gaining 9-4 in two and three sciences:

Subject

%of 4+

Two or more Sciences

56%

Three Sciences

41%

 

% of Cohort Entering the EBacc

% of Cohort Gaining the Ebacc at 4+

% of Cohort Gaining the Ebacc at 5+

8%

5%

4%

 

Attainment 8 Score

English

10.47

Maths

8.22

Ebacc

12.48

Other

13.82

Overall

44.99

 

Progress 8 Score

P8 -0.04

 


Sunbury Manor School Results 2019 - Press Release

Staff and students were delighted to celebrate the best ever results seen at GCSE for students of all abilities at Sunbury Manor School.

Headteacher Louise Duncan said,

“We are so proud of this group of students and their outstanding hard work in preparation for these exams.  They were the best group of students in terms of attending the after school revision sessions and the Saturday and Sunday extra classes and it is absolutely brilliant to see it pay off so well for them.  I am so proud of them. They were the most lovely group of young people who now have the results they need to open up their college places and apprenticeships.

Being such an inclusive school, welcoming students of all abilities, it is always hard to select just a few from so many personal successes, however, special recognition should go to those who have not only achieved the highest possible grades they could but are also the students who have made the most progress from their starting points".

  • Jamie Roberts
  • Likitha Yadav
  • Ricardo Tchikomo
  • Jake Whittington
  • Niamh Mason
  • Nicole Watkins
  • Adam Monk
  • Leon Hayes
  • Seb Williams
  • Maddie Smith
  • Jemima Marshall
  • Emily Cross
  • Matt Wilkins