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Exam Results 2021

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Students and staff celebrate GCSE success at Chantry Academy

Students and staff at Chantry Academy, part of The Active Learning Trust, are celebrating yet another year of GCSE success.

Particular achievements included those of Natalia Cesarska who achieved four grade 8s, three grade 7s, two grade 6s, two grade 5s, and a distinction.
Fellow student, Ellie Forder received one grade 9, four grade 8s, one grade 7, two grade 6s, one grade 5, and a distinction.
Additionally, Alexander Fotheringham achieved four grade 8s, one grade 7, three grade 6s, and three grade 5s.
Also triumphing was Lasma Orlova who received four grade 9s, four grade 8s, two grade 7s, one grade 6, and a distinction.
Emma Taylor was another top performer and achieved four grade 9s, three grade 8s, one grade 7, one grade 6, and a distinction.
Charlie Bird was another and received three grade 9s, three grade 8s, one grade 7, two grade 6s, and one distinction* and distinction.
Finally, Victoria Kessel achieved three grade 8s, four grade 7s, two grade 6s, and one distinction* and merit.

Executive Principal of Chantry Academy, Craig D’Cunha, said: “We are incredibly proud of our GCSE students who have once again achieved such excellent results. There can be no doubt that their consistent hard work and dedication over the last few years has paid off, despite all the challenges they have faced.”

“It is also great to see these results have been achieved in such a wide variety of subjects, and we have our wonderful teaching staff to thank for that. They truly have gone above and beyond for our young people these last couple of years, and our success would not have been possible without them.”

Head of School at Chantry Academy, Rick Hanson, said: “Congratulations to all our students receiving their results today. We are delighted that so many attained the grades they require to move on to their next stage of education.

“The last two years have seen unprecedented disruption and rapidly changing expectations. This has however led to students developing resilience, determination and versatility, skills that will undoubtedly support them throughout their life.”

Results 1


2019 Validated Data

Progress 8 Score -0.16
Attainment 8 Score per pupil 36.87

% of pupils with a good pass in English & Maths

(grade 4 and above)


% of pupils with a strong pass in English & Maths

(grade 5 and above)

EBacc average point score 3.10
% of pupils entered for the Ebacc 29.1%
% of pupils staying in education or going into employment 93% (in 2017)