Redruth School students are celebrating after a record set of results have been achieved in this year’s GCSE examinations. 60% of all students achieved 5 good GCSE’s at A* – C, including English and Maths. Three out of every four students achieved at least a grade C in English Language and seven out of every ten students achieved at least a C grade in Mathematics. Many subjects achieved a 100% success rate. A delighted Headteacher, Craig Martin said, “everyone connected with Redruth School should feel proud of this achievement. Having faced the challenges this year our staff, governors, parents and above all our students have delivered a stunning set of results on which to build. I am so proud of them particularly as they have achieved these grades in just one sitting of examinations at the end of five years of education at our school. Having concentrated on what is important to young people, this school and our students are well-set for an outstanding future.”
Redruth School are celebrating an excellent set of results for their 6th Form students. Over 18 subjects enjoyed a 100% pass rate with a 97% pass rate for all entries in all subjects. Notable subject successes included traditional A levels, e.g. English, History and Art where over two thirds of students gained an A* – C grade. The success was even more stunning in the vocational A levels where 56% of students achieved a Distinction or a Distinction* with over 84% of all students gaining a Merit or Distinction and an overall 100% pass rate.
Our school is at the heart of the community. The school has successfully established itself as the school of choice for parents and young people. They trust the school and the pride and respect of the students shines through in everything they do. As a result, the school is consistently achieving excellent outcomes at all levels. The powerful, positive ethos and vibrant atmosphere among the staff and students allows young people to enjoy school life and move on to the next stage with high ambitions, successful qualifications and confidence.
Our school community has a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. This means that we have a safeguarding policy and have procedures in place to ensure that Child Protection issues are dealt with efficiently and appropriately. All staff, including our support staff, are aware of our procedures and parents and carers are welcome to read our school Safeguarding Policy.