Shrewsbury Academy Celebrates Strong Set of GCSE Results Day
Shrewsbury Academy is thrilled to announce good achievements on this year’s GCSE results day, underscoring not only the academic prowess of its students but also the unwavering support system that has propelled them to success.
Amidst a challenging academic landscape, Shrewsbury Academy is delighted to report strong GCSE results that reflect the dedication and resilience of its students and staff.
What truly sets Shrewsbury Academy apart is its holistic approach to education, which extends beyond classroom learning. The results achieved are a testament to the tireless commitment of the students, supported by the school’s teachers, mentors, and support staff. The academy’s emphasis on individualised attention and tailored support has empowered students to overcome challenges and reach their full potential.
Julie Johnson, Headteacher expressed her pride in the students’ accomplishments, stating, “At Shrewsbury Academy, we believe that academic success is not only about grades, but also about personal growth and development. These exceptional results are a reflection of the hard work and determination of our students, as well as the collaborative efforts of our dedicated staff.”
In addition to its academic achievements, Shrewsbury Academy is dedicated to nurturing well-rounded individuals. The school’s comprehensive support system includes mentorship programs, study resources, alternative provisions and mental health initiatives, all of which contribute to the overall success and wellbeing of its students.
As the academic landscape continues to evolve, Shrewsbury Academy remains steadfast in its commitment to fostering a nurturing environment that enables students to thrive both academically and personally. The school’s GCSE results underscore the effectiveness of this approach and its impact on producing well-prepared, confident, and successful young individuals.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our students every success in their futures and next steps, whatever that may be.
Some individual notable successes include:
Temiloluwa Ajayi with 1 grade 9, 4 grade 8s and 3 grade 7s;
Modupeadeolowa Oluyemi with 3 grade 8s, 3 grade 7s and 1 grade 6;
Maja Klimczak with 5 grade 8s, 1 grade 6 and 2 grade 5s;
Riley Craig with 3 grade 8s, 3 grade 7s, 2 grade 6s and
Ella Pickin with 3 grade 8s, 2 grade 7s, 1 grade 6 and 2 grade 5s.
Other students that have made exceptional progress include Zak Barker, Jacob Fulgoni, Sharlena Tola and Martins Murnieks.
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