KS4/5 Unvalidated Headline Measures

A LEVEL

Guiseley School is proud to announce strong A-Level results across the board for the 2018-19 academic year. Outgoing Year 13 students showed a great work ethic throughout their studies and performed to a high standard against a changing backdrop of academic expectations. Over 21% of students achieved three or more A* - A grades, with over 73% achieving three grades between A* - C.
 
Congratulations to Kate Erskine, Kai Harrington, Felix Bulham and Natalie Morris, who all achieved straight A* or A grades in each of their subjects. Imogen Gill, Ignas Psitulskas, Freddie Armstrong and Jessica Clarke also received strong results and achieved at least two A*-A grades each. 
 
Students can now look forward to the next step in their education with great confidence. Many students will continue their paths at top universities including Newcastle, Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, and more. 
 
Headteacher Mr. Paul Clayton said: “It is wonderful to see so many students achieving the grades that they needed to progress to the next stage of their learning or career. Students have worked incredibly hard for these results and it is very pleasing to see them maintaining such high levels of achievement. We wish all our students the very best in their next steps whether that be university, college, employment or apprenticeships. "

 

GCSE

Guiseley School students are today celebrating receiving their hard-earned GCSE results. Amongst a strong set of results were excellent achievements by a number of students receiving multiple top qualifications of Grade 9.
 
Alice Bowden received eight Grade 9 qualifications, Liberty Branston and Louis Whitaker both received six, Amber Hull and Scarlet Dawson received five, Annabel Knott and Alfie Thornton received four, with Katie Smith and Kirsten Lloyd both achieving three each. These students and many others received ten GCSE grades each of a quality level.
 
Headteacher, Paul Clayton, said: "It was lovely to see so many students opening their results today and being delighted with their results. These young people have worked incredibly hard for their passes in a very challenging examination system, they should be delighted with what they have achieved. In particularly it is pleasing to see a rise in the number of students we have achieving the very top grades in subjects. We wish them all the very best for the future.”

KS5 Results

POST 18 DESTINATION DATA

WENT INTO HIGHER EDUCATION 78%
WENT INTO APPRENTICESHIPS 4%
WENT INTO EMPLOYMENT 4%
HAVE TAKEN A GAP YEAR 12%
OTHER (LEAVING COUNTRY ETC.) 2%

 

KS4 Results

KS4 DESTINATION DATA

ON ROLL 226
WENT TO APPRENTICESHIPS 4%
WENT TO COLLEGE 43%
WENT ONTO SIXTH FORM STUDY 50%
WORKING WITH SUPPORT AGENCIES 3%