The Ravensbourne School students have unlocked their potential and have successful futures ahead of them
Students and staff at The Ravensbourne School are celebrating remarkable success in this year’s GCSE results, including an array of outstanding individual performances, reinforcing our vision to unlock the potential of all our students and inspire successful futures.
Despite starting their GCSE studies in the midst of the pandemic, students persevered with confidence, determination and a commitment towards their studies. As a school, we provided unrivalled support throughout, along with an exciting array of extracurricular activities as soon as they were possible again.
As a result, this year’s cohort have excelled in so many fields. They each have their own unique strengths and talents, but special mention must be made of those who have achieved an outstanding set of results:
- High achiever Evan secured a phenomenal 999999876 and is looking forward to studying Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Computing at A Level. The former Scott’s Park Primary School pupil praises the school’s teachers for inspiring him through their enthusiasm and passion for their subjects.
- Idris is celebrating after attaining an impressive 999988887 in his examinations. The former St Francesca Cabrini Primary School pupil is ambitious and hopes to secure an Investment Banking Degree Apprenticeship with a global firm such as HSBC, JP Morgan or Goldman Sachs after his A Levels.
- Olivia discovered that her hard work paid off when she revealed that she had gained 99866655 as well as a Double Distinction in Performing Arts. The former St Mark's Church of England Primary School pupil is now looking forward to joining The Ravensbourne Sixth Form to study Dance, English Literature and History at A Level, with aspirations of attending the University of York to read History.
We are looking forward to welcoming many of our young people back in September to join our Sixth Form, where the current cohort of students celebrated phenomenal A Level results last week.
Headteacher, Mr Ridley commented:
The results students have attained today are a testament to the dedication and passion they have displayed over the last few years, overcoming challenge after challenge and demonstrating maturity and tenacity to reach their goals. I would like to take this opportunity to thank staff for their unwavering commitment to setting the highest standards across the school. We have made incredible progress over the last year and students are clearly benefitting as a result of our ongoing efforts to provide outstanding opportunities and experiences for all. I am excited for the new academic year and to watch the school continue to go from strength to strength.
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To help fight the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19), the government announced that all exams due to take place in schools and colleges in England in summer 2021 were cancelled.
The government did not publish any school or college level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020. The Government also did not publish any national, regional, local or constituency statistics for any primary school assessments for the 2019 to 2020 academic year.
All those working with schools and colleges, such as Ofsted, Department for Education regional teams and local authorities, should use previous data so we will continue to present 2019 data on this page as will be reflected in our Department for Education performance information found on the DFE website.The following results are based on our exam results for 2018/19, announced in August 2019:
|Progress 8 score||-0.48|
|Attainment 8 Score||44.6|
|% of students that that achieved 5 or above in both English and Maths||35%|
|English Baccalaureate average point score||3.62|
|% of students entered for the English Baccalaureate||20%|
|% of students staying in education or employment after leaving the school||91%|
A full outline of our school's examination performance can be accessed via the Department for Education website.
To see how we compare to other schools, you can click through to the DfE performance tables.