GCSE Results Make us Proud!
Many congratulations to our Class of 2019 – you have made it yet another year of fantastic results for students of Prenton High School!
The phenomenal hard work of all students, staff and whole school community has really paid off with strong results, for individuals and for the school, when compared to national results. Key performance indicators once again show improvements across the board with the highest number of students ever achieving strong (grade 5) passes in English and maths. A third of students achieved highest grades in English (7-9), and twice as many students achieved highest grades in maths when compared to last year, demonstrating the hard work and commitment of all students and staff.
In addition, 100% of students achieved grades 4-9 in Physics and Biology ensuring that we are opening opportunities for scientists of tomorrow. As well as strength in the core subjects, our commitment to a broad and balanced curriculum is still at the heart of our school and is prevalent in the number of students achieving the highest grades in art, catering, photography, history and RE. Progress continues to be very strong compared to national.
Mrs Ayling, Headteacher commented: “As part of our core school values of trust, respect, integrity, kindness and endeavour, the endeavours of all staff and students is evident in this fantastic set of results. We are delighted that they now have the results to give them a wide range of choices post 16. Our mission statement is ‘making a positive difference today to achieve a better tomorrow’ and in this set of results we are confident that our students have bright futures ahead.”
To see our commitment to what we undertake in the classroom, as well as extra-curricular provision, we encourage visits to our school so that you can see for yourself what we have to offer. We look forward to seeing you at our autumn open events, however, if you cannot make any of these, simply contact the school and appropriate arrangements will be made to welcome you and show you around on a normal working day.