At Oasis Academy Sholing we are proud to celebrate the achievement of our students with the first ever GCSE results as part of the Oasis family.
At Oasis Academy Sholing we are proud to celebrate the achievement of our students with the first ever GCSE results as part of the Oasis family, which marks an improvement in our performance when compared to previous years. The students really have aimed to achieve their personal best with some stunning individual successes as well as significant progress overall.
Well done to Molly Bartlett who achieved an outstanding set of 9 x grade 9s. High attaining students have made particular progress across all subjects including Willow Das, Hannah Jenkins, Jessica Collins and Hannah Perry who achieved over 30 grade 9s.
We are particularly pleased with the increase in students achieving Biology (70% grade 7+), Chemistry and Physics with a 100% pass rate including Josh Humphrey who achieved a 9-9 and 48% of our students achieving a level 5 pass rate in Maths. We also recognised successes in Media and French with level 5 high achieving pass rate at 64% and 66% respectively. 18 subjects have significantly increased their pass rate compared to last year with 12 subjects significantly increasing Level 7+ success. The impact of being part of the trust has been incredibly positive and we look forward to an exciting year in 2019-20.
Speaking of their results Ella Hughdie said; “I am speechless-I am so excited, I can hardly speak!”
Martin Brown, Principal Oasis Academy Sholing said;
“This is a pivotal year for our Academy and we are pleased to see that the initial foundations for the success of our young students has paid dividends. We believe strongly that all students should strive for success in preparation for the next stage in their career and are pleased to see that all Sholing students will be in education, employment or training from September. This really is a celebration with over 70% of our students achieving a pass in English with 67% in Maths. A big thank you to our parents and staff who have supported, challenged and guided to individual success”.