BMAT KS4 and KS5 headline results 2017


We are delighted with the results of our students this year and would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support.

For and on behalf of the Principals and their teams.

TFA – Results 2017

We are delighted with the GCSE results achieved from our Year 11 students which is just reward for all the hard work, support and commitment shown by our students, staff and parents. Considering all the changes, whilst it is very difficult to compare year on year, the GCSE results at The Forest Academy in most areas have improved, with a 7% increase in the number of students awarded a grade 4 (C) or above in both English and Maths.

The overall Attainment 8 score has dropped slightly from 45.14 to 44.36 but was expected due to out inclusive curriculum, which places student progression above headline figures. 100% of our students have progression pathways into post 16 education with the majority of our students remaining in the TFA 6th form.

Some good news stories:

· The number of students achieving a grade 7-9 (A*/A) in Maths and English, has increased from the previous year to 10.7%.

· Amongst that, 4% of our students achieved a grade 9 in English and 2% achieving a grade 9 in Maths.

· 10 (7%) of our students achieved A/A* in 8 or more subjects

Students who have achieved exceptional results, with each gaining 8 or more A*/A grades (or 7-9) include:

· Megan Batten

· Hebah Gheedan

· Sana Kamaran

· Jack Lewthwaite

· Ouens Maksvits

· Riaz Mannan

· Bodrun Nahar Sheikh

· Kainat Shafiq

· Sophia Tanushi

· Tasmiya Tasmi

We estimate that our “Progress 8” score will be positive when this data is released in the Autumn term.

TFA – Sixth Form Summer 2017

Best Ever A Level Results

Congratulations to our record-breaking sixth form students! We are delighted to announce that our students achieved record results in their A Level and BTEC qualifications this summer, with a best-ever pass rate of 99% and the proportion of A*-B grades at 58% and A*-C at 79%. Most importantly, all students have secured their progression routes, with record numbers going to university (and Russell Group universities), apprenticeships and employment. We are so proud of our young people and thankful to their families, teachers and support staff for all of their care, support and guidance during the students’ time at the school.

Beal High School – Results 2017

Beal High School students have been celebrating exceptional examination results this week. The hardworking Sixth Form has outperformed national averages in every grade category!

In reality that means that 90% of students who applied have already secured their University place. 30% of those successful are going to Russell Group Universities challenging another trend as DFE statistics state that 11% of state school students is an average.

We are very proud of our seven Oxbridge students – five Cambridge and two Oxford and we know the future is safe in the hands of our medics, dentist and our first vet, ever!

Staff and students have worked hard in really challenging circumstances for post 16 education. With a combination of A level and Applied courses – the hardest ever – they have smashed all school records: A* – A 36.4%, A* – B 62%, A* – C 82%, A* – D 94%, A* – E 99% With numbers like this, we are proud of ALL of our students who have achieved their personal goals and are leaving Beal for exciting futures. With an average point score of 36.7 Beal High School is far from average!

BBIH – Celebrating Success

Well done to Joanna who achieved good A-level passes and is pursuing an Apprenticeship to become a librarian.

Well done to Hoda who passed her health and social care level 2 and has gone to do her extended level 3.

Well done to Ashwen who passed all of his courses and has gone on to college to complete a level 3 in engineering.

Well done to Ashleigh and Alan who were successful in completing their level 1 catering and are now completing level 2.

Well done to Saith who was successful on all of his courses and is now completing an apprenticeship.