The Queen Elizabeth Academy, Class of 2020

In an extraordinary year it is with pride that The Queen Elizabeth Academy (TQEA) can announce that students have achieved considerable successes in their GCSE results. These results were due to outstanding commitment, endeavour and resilience by Year 11 students with excellent teaching from their teachers and unwavering support from parents.

It is a testimony to these young people that their hard work has been recognised in the success stories that are being deservedly celebrated today. We wish every member of the class of 2020 every success for the future as they prepare to move to the next steps in their journey.

There were many notable success stories, but the following TQEA students are especially worthy of mention:–

Tyler Russell achieved a superb 5 GCSEs at Grade 9.

Jack Richardson achieved an outstanding 10 GCSEs at Grade 7 or above which included 4 GCSEs at Grade 9.

Georgia Wright achieved an incredible 11 GCSEs at Grade 7 or above.

Ashton Farmer achieved a fantastic 7 GCSEs at Grade 7 or above.

Oscar Busby achieved a fabulous 8 GCSEs at Grade 7 or above.

The dedication and commitment of Molly Hall and Indianna Lewis is worth a special mention and celebration since this led to them achieving the highest progress scores in the academy.

GCSE Results – Headlines:

 81% achieving a grade 4 or higher in English.

 72% achieving a grade 4 or higher in Maths.

 69% achieving a Grade 4 or higher in both English and Maths.

English, Maths and Science all above National Averages.

Students made progress significantly better than national average across their suite of 10 or more subjects.

Our Attainment 8 score was 47 and 40% of the cohort entered the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) with 30% of our students passing.

27th August 2020

Neil Harding, Principal, commented, “These GCSE results represent years of hard work and dedication by committed students and staff with excellent support from parents. The fact that these students were not able to take their final examination papers does not diminish their achievements and these grades have complete integrity in line with the progress these wonderful students had made over many years of hard work in their studies, as well as in the excellent progress TQEA students usually make during their time here. Congratulations to the Class of 2020. Their results are richly and truly deserved and we look forward to celebrating with them in the future”.

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Andrew Wilson, Executive Principal, commented, “What an incredible year, these grades are testament to the huge efforts put in by all at the academy and are a superb reflection on our students and community. Whilst excellent achievement is an expectation for students at TQEA, these grades genuinely open doors to a bright and successful future for the Class of 2020.”

Vince Green, Regional Education Director for the Academy Transformation Trust Secondary West, commented, “I am delighted to see another exceptional and well-deserved set of GCSE results for Year 11 students at The Queen Elizabeth Academy. We go into each examination results season expecting TQEA students to make excellent levels of progress and this cohort have continued this trend. This is testimony to their hard work, and to the dedication of the outstanding team of staff that work there. Congratulations to all of our young people on their achievements during this extraordinary year.”

Click here to find out where our Year 11s went onto after leaving TQEA.

Parents can find out about the performance of TQEA by visiting the following DfE website.

Full results can be viewed at: compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk