Record Results at Redruth (PROVISIONAL)

Redruth school is celebrating its best results ever with a fantastic set of outcomes for students. Over 68% of students achieved 5A-C including English and Maths with some results to come in and a remarkable 78% achieved 5 A-C.The average grade for all pupils taking GCSEs is a B- and every single pupil at the school achieved passes. One in every 5 pupils achieved 8 A* - B Grades. Particularly impressive is the statistics on progress. The governments new measure for students is the progress they make across 8 significant subjects including English and Maths. On this Redruth students scored exceptionally highly with an initial score of + 0.5. This means simply that every student on every subject achieved on average at least half a grade higher than expected and half a grade better than all similar students nationally.Results are excellent for all types of students ranging from high ability to special needs   Some of the outstanding results include:

Alice Churchill – 9A*, 1A
Bradley Copp - 7A*, 1A
Ben Crocket – 6A*, 3A
Chloe Henn - 1A*, 8A
Louisa Henn – 6A*, 3A
Steren Mottart – 8A*, 2A
Kesha Pullum – 1A*, 8A
Miranda Rundle – 5A*, 5A
Grace Tyrrell -  6A*, 5A

Headteacher Craig Martin said. “I am not a great fan of general statistics as here at Redruth it is all about individual students. I am of course delighted for all students , their families and the staff who have worked so hard to achieve these fantastic outcomes. What these results show significantly is that getting the balance right between support ,enjoying school and quality teaching is paramount. Young people aren’t statistics and they thrive here due to the great ethos clear expectations and excellent relationships that exist between the staff the young people and their families. Redruth community has every right to feel proud about their town their school and their young people who have achieved such great things.”