GCSE results at the Gateway Academy


GCSE results at the Gateway Academy

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Pictured [left to right]: Sabina Chaloupkova-Kuku, Megan Linford, Reece Davis, Harry Spring, Michael Colbert, Michelle Opoku-Agyemang, Ka Ho Cao, Prabhjot Kaloya, Leo Webb

After an extra-ordinary couple of years in which the Year 11 students have been tremendously hardworking and incredibly resilient, the moment finally came today when the students at the Gateway Academy received their GCSE grades.  There were shrieks of happiness and relief as student after student opened their envelopes to see how well they have achieved. 

Senior leaders and Trustees are delighted that once again, Gateway has continued to excel with many students achieving outstanding GCSE results. Overall results are higher, in-line with schools nationally, but given the students’ starting points the 2021 GCSE results for Gateway represent exceptional progress over time.

In recent years, Gateway has proven that its students can compete with the best in the UK across a broad range of subjects with maths, arts and modern foreign languages outstripping the UK’s Average. In 2021 the top 12 students achieved 100 Grade 7s and above qualifications.  The Gateway Grammar Stream, introduced when these pupils were in Year 7, has provided the necessary support and stimulus to ensure that more-able students achieve in-line with their potential. 

Mrs McLaughlin commented, ‘I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all of our Year 11 cohort from 2021 for everything they have achieved throughout their time with us. Our students are exceptional and to work with them every day is a privilege’.

The GLC’s CEO, Kevin Sadler said ‘this has been a very difficult time for teachers and students alike but our teachers showed great integrity in moderating the results to ensure that the young people were awarded the results that they deserve’.

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Pictured [left to right] Kika Odozi, Vrunda Pancholi, Fatma Arici                            Pictured [left to right] Aleksas Naroznijs, Mrs  McLaughlin


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