Bristnall Hall Academy, Bristnall Hall Lane, Oldbury, West Midlands, B68 9PA
Pupils are celebrating their achievements as GCSE results are revealed with this year’s cohort making significant progress in both English and Mathematics.
The results demonstrate success for the fourth consecutive year. Performance in the highest grades was particularly strong with several pupils achieving grade 9 and 8 passes in English, Mathematics and other Ebacc subjects. These amazing results follow Bristnall Hall Academy’s accreditation as a ‘Leading Edge’ school, following a SSAT Educational Outcomes Award. Alongside the introduction of the new, more challenging GCSE examinations in the entire EBacc qualifications, both progress and attainment continue to improve at the academy across the ability range.
Amongst many pupils at the academy celebrating their success are Gurpreet Singh, Zain Yousef, Euan James, Parminder Kaur, Holly Marthews, Maryam Umar and Todd Leathem. These students achieved top 9-7 grades (A*-A equivalent), positioning them amongst the top performing students nationally.
Vince Green, Principal at Bristnall Hall Academy commented: “This is another excellent set of results from an outstanding set of young people and sustains the year on year rapid improvement and high performance at our academy. These great outcomes are testimony to the pupils’ hard work and that of the brilliant team of teachers, support staff, parents, carers and governors that we have at Bristnall Hall and I thank all of them. I am especially pleased to see how our young people have dealt so successfully with the increased level of challenge in the EBacc examinations. These exceptional results will enable our students to compete with other elite students nationally.”