2015 GCSE Headlines – the new accountability measures show a positive set of results
This year the Academy has opted in early to use the new accountability measures. These measures will become compulsory for everyone next year.
The four measures are:
Sidney Stringer Academy A level results 2015
A level results improved by 8% on last year
This has been yet again another year of improvements for our post 16 students with a big increase in the percentage of students achieving the highest A* - B grades. Last year at A level 40% of students achieved these high grades and this year the figure is 48% (for pure A levels, on their own, 54% achieved these highest grades which is above last year’s national average). 100% of students passed their A levels with a grade, again above the national average.
Thursday 13th August GCE results
Thursday 20th August GCSE results
AS results available from 10 am in 16+
A2 results available from 9 am in 16+
GCSE from 9am in the theatre
Sidney Stringer Academy hope all of our students have a lovely summer holiday. We are committed to your safety and wellbeing and want to ensure that should you find yourself needing any help or advice over the holidays you know who can help you.
Start of term arrangements
Wednesday September 2nd –Training Day
No students in school
Radicalisation, extremism and terrorism
Sidney Stringer Academy are working together with partner agencies to help keep children safe.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office advise against travel to Syria.
Year 6/7 transition
We would like the thank you for choosing to send your child to Sidney Stringer Academy and congratulate you on securing a place. Our aim is to ensure that the transition from primary to secondary school is as smooth as possible.
Sidney Stringer Wins TOP Pupil Premium award
Sidney Stringer was one of 27 Secondary schools to be invited to London for the final of the National Pupil Premium Awards organised by the Times Educational Supplement. The awards were presented by the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and the Schools Minister David Laws.