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It is with pleasure that  I can again report on the fantastic achievement of our students. Our GCSE TAGS were not amended in any way, again a testament to the rigorous and fair process that was followed. It was a pleasure to see so many smiling faces this morning and at last count, the school had enrolled 120 students into the sixth form. Thank you to every member of staff who has contributed to this success, your hard work was appreciated. Some photos from our results day can be found here

  • 81.7 % of students achieved a grade 4 in English and Maths
  • 60.7% of students achieved a grade 5 in English and Maths
  • 19.2% of students achieved a grade 7 in English and Maths

Results are in line or above national in the majority of subject areas – a fantastic achievement by all! Please review the TES press release for some contextual data.

There were some stand out performances (press release)

‘Roding Valley High School celebrates the fantastic achievement of its Year 11 students. They should all be incredibly proud of their achievements in their GCSE and vocational qualifications this summer. The incredible levels of resilience and work ethic that they have shown has been quite outstanding. The school is proud of every single student and their individual success. However, the school is delighted to report some particularly outstanding performances by its students:

  • Zak Smith 9 Grade 9s
  • Gurdeep Wahiwala 7 Grade 9s, 1 G8 and 1 G7
  • RuoXi He 6 G9s, 4 G8s
  • Daniel Mehr 6 G9s, 2 G8s 1 G6
  • Lily Saunders 6 G9s, 1 G8, 2 G7s
  • Amelia Martin 5 G9s, 3 G8s, 1 G7
  • Maame Duah 5 G9s, 3 G8S, 1 G6
  • Zeynep Yilmaz 4 G9s, 3 G8s, 2 G7s, 1 G6
  • Ethan Harvey 4 G9s, 5 G8s
  • Erin Weeks 4 G9s, 5 G8s,

This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards. The government is not publishing performance data for any schools or colleges this year due to the varying impact of the pandemic.

Sharon Jenner, headteacher said: “We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of all of our students, especially after such a difficult and disrupted year. Our teachers have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto the next step in their education journey whether that is joining the sixth form or college, or starting an apprenticeship. We were delighted to see so many happy faces this morning and to welcome record numbers into our sixth form. The results of the cohort are outstanding and representative of the talented and committed students that we have here at Roding Valley High School. We look forward to seeing what they will achieve in the future.”