Students at The Abbey School have once again achieved some outstanding results in GCSE examinations.
Headteacher, Catrin Woodend, stated, “Whilst it is particularly difficult to single out individual success stories, special mention must go to several students for outstanding achievement”:
Hollie Cleaver, our highest performing student achieved 12 A*, A and B grades, and the following achieved 12 at A*-C:
Leanne Armitage, Shae Crawley, Sarah Cronin, Tansy Griffiths, Amiee Nicholls, Viktorija Pavare and Sophie Wood.
10 qualifications at A* - C were achieved by Tanisha Ashworth, Ebony Arnold, Marty Boorman, Thomas Chandler, Antony Crome, Laura Eccles, Joseph Harries, Kieran Hogben, Thomas Jemmett, Lucy Sherwood, Leon Taylor and Kaylee Turner.
The Abbey school has obtained its best ever A-Level results, with students achieving some exceptional results. The number of students achieving 3 good A-Levels has jumped significantly, whilst the average grade achieved has also increased substantially. All of the students have been able to pursue their pathway of choice, whether employment, apprenticeships or the most popular choice of university, with 60% of students going to Higher education.
The school offers a full and varied curriculum, which has seen success across the board. As and A*s have been achieved by 32 of the 57 students across a range of subjects.
The Dover Athletic Academy, in partnership with The Abbey School, has been going from strength to strength since its inception 5 years ago, and has seen a number of Academy players progress into the first team squad; this includes Sean Raggett and Lloyd Harrington, who were part of this year's DAFC's promotion winning squad. This season has already seen a number of players involved in pre-season training, hoping to continue to impress and gain first team contracts.
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