The Prescot School is celebrating another year of GCSE results improvement in 2016. In a year of turbulence nationally, we have maintained our drive to support our students and constantly improve. In particular we can celebrate individual students who have worked incredibly hard and have been rewarded with excellent results and can now move on to the next steps in their education.
Here are just some of our students who have done particularly well with outstanding results but there are many more who have achieved well, making excellent progress. Our youngest pupil in the year group gained 4A*s and 6As. Other students who achieved well are: Lewis Owens, Nathan Hanson, Ben Windle, Caitlin Deiter , Jamie Bennett, Clara Carmichael, John Morgan, Sydney Pearson, Annie Rooney and Jade Cookson. Others who also gained excellent results are Alika Myers, Jason Ta, Emily Hayes, Jake Lynch, Savannah Scott, Melanie Regan , Ellie Andrews , Bethany Flood, Lucy McDonnell, Alexander Donohue, Ellalice Kelly, Joseph Omar, Owen Clark, Jake Spinks, Millie Plumley, Tega Okeregha, Tommy Benham, Alicia Maclaren, Abbie Roberts , Shauna Lloyd, Bethany Ashton, Leonie Pimblett, Deriel Alana, Faye Wilson, Kieron Albiston, Mollie Dillon, Cain Evans, Jamie Collins, Kelsey Fulton, Rachael Gillison, Alex Howard, David Worrall, Callum Lewis and Joshua Venters.
These magnificent pupils have gained between them: 91 A*/ A grades, 188 B grades and 118 Cs. They can be really proud of themselves. They deserved their success through sheer hard work and dedication.
Many students have posted excellent individual scores and many subjects have improved their results overall. Here are also some of our students who have made fantastic progress since their Key Stage 2 SATS results: Imogen McNabb, Ellie-Jo Bryan, Lewis Owens, Paul Flannigan, Matthew Blunt, Joshua Venters, Owen Wilson, Morgan Riding, Anna Parsons, Luke Kealy, Savannah Stott, Carl Cotton, Sonny Price, Cemre Cengiz, and Ben Windle.
Some of our Year 9 and 10 students have also already gained a number of GCSE passes, entering early for Maths, Statistics and Humanities. One student Leonardo Bertamini has already gained a very impressive 5 GCSEs with 2A*s, 2As and a B grade. Fabulous results, with even more to come.