Today marks another celebratory year for Year 11 students at Giles Academy. Students have performed well across the board and should be very proud of their achievements.
Within the overall results there are some fantastic success stories which include:
Dziugas Klinga performed outstandingly well across all of his subjects including a grade 8-9 in Science, 8 in Maths, 7 in English Literature, 7 in Business Studies, 6 in History, 6 in Computer Science, 5 in English and 5 in Graphics.
Charlie Herdman has made incredible progress over the last five years and has excelled in his subject areas, most notably securing an 8 in English Literature, 8 in History, Distinction in Music, 7 in Business Studies, 6 in English, 6-6 in Science , 5 in Maths and 5 in Computer Science.
Denisas Dauksas, another top performer achieved 8 in Geography, 7 in History, 7 in English Literature, 7 in Maths, 7-7 in Science, 6 in Computer Science, 5 in English and 4 in Graphics.
Chantelle McGarry secured an outstanding 7 in French, 7 in Business Studies, 6-6 in Science, 6 in Maths, 6 in English Literature and Language, 6 in History and a 5 in Graphics.
A special mention also goes to Thomas Simpson who achieved an 8 in Business Studies and Geography and Anthony Goddard who received a 9-8 in Science along with a multitude of other high grades to be proud of.
Vocational subjects culminated in success for Chelsea Zealand, Charlie Herdman and Elvira Zarina-Cristiano. Chelsea secured a Distinction* in Music with Charlie and Elvira gaining Distinction grades. In Health and Social studies Charlotte Apps, Libby Blow, Emily Gosling and Lauren Young all secured Distinction grades.
Headteacher of Giles Academy, Ian Widdows says: