This year's results saw a steady increase in students achieving the top grades and some of the best Sixth Form results in Leeds. We are very proud of the large numbers of students securing places in top universities as undergraduates every year and proud of their and our achievements.
Guiseley School is proud to announce strong A-Level results across the board for the 2017-18 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. 29% of students achieved three or more A* - A grades, with over 88% achieving three grades between A* - C.
14 students achieved straight A grades in all their subjects. Beth Dillon also achieved three A* grades (three A*s & one A, in Biology, Politics, History, and Chemistry respectively) whilst Jonathan Allen, William Hargreaves and Martha Madden all achieved a combination of two A*’s and two A grades. James Hill, Alison Lloyd, Anya Mallatratt and Keerat Thiara all achieved one A* within their A grades. Several other students achieved straight A grade results: Archie Crossland, Andrew Longman, Lucas Geldard, Sana Sawant, and Carla Tomlinson.
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 Cambridge, York, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Durham, and Leeds.
Headteacher Mr. Paul Clayton said: “I am delighted to see this year group achieve such wonderful results. They have been a credit throughout their time at the school and fully deserve their success, securing their further education or training destination of choice with these results. We wish all students every success for the future”.
Students at Guiseley School are today celebrating receiving their hard-earned GCSE results. Amongst the results were incredible accomplishments by Finn Cartwright, who received nine Grade 9's, an A* and an A* Distinction in Further Maths. James Allen and Isabelle Richmond both achieved an excellent seven Grade 9's, Lucy Morrish accomplished a very admirable four Grade 9's, and Curtis Lack and Eleanor Sawyer also attained a commendable three Grade 9 results each. All students leave with ten GCSE’s apiece.
Headteacher, Paul Clayton, said: "We are very pleased with the response the students have made to the new GCSE exams, with the number grading 9-1 being awarded to many GSCE qualifications for the first time. Congratulations to all of our students on their achievements, and we wish them well as they go on to the next stage of their training and education.”
KS5 Results 2018
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 2018
KS4 DESTINATION DATA
|WENT TO APPRENTICESHIPS||4%|
|WENT TO COLLEGE||43%|
|WENT ONTO SIXTH FORM STUDY||50%|
|WORKING WITH SUPPORT AGENCIES||3%|