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Hall Green School celebrates fantastic pupil achievements
Provisional Results (DfE September Confirmation): 2021/2022
|Percentage of pupils with a standard pass in English and Maths (9-4)||75.6%|
|Percentage of pupils with a strong pass in English and Maths (9-5)||58.5%|
|Percentage of pupils entering the EBacc||50.6%|
|Percentage of pupils gaining the standard EBacc||30.7%|
|Percentage of pupils gaining the strong EBacc||19.9%|
Pupils and staff at Hall Green School are celebrating today after receiving their GCSE results, enabling them to secure college places and apprenticeships.
The 2022 cohort have faced unprecedented challenges in the last three years with many individuals having overcome huge adversity in very difficult personal circumstances. The results are testament to the hard work of pupils and staff, and truly demonstrate the values of the school community.
Mr Hosfield, Deputy Headteacher, said: “The pupils had demonstrated a fantastic attitude to learning throughout their time at Hall Green and had really supported each other as a year group. The pupils and staff at Hall Green worked incredibly hard to enable pupils to overcome the lost learning of lockdown and achieve exceptional results. I wish all the pupils good luck in their next steps after their 5 years at Hall Green School”.
59% of pupils gained 9-5 in both English and Maths and 75% of pupils gained a 9-4 in both English and Maths. The average grade for all pupils was above a grade 5 in each subject they took. At the higher end, 33 pupils averaged at least a grade 7 in every subject they took.
Miss Slater, Headteacher, said: “We are incredibly proud of the results our pupils have achieved through dedication and commitment during their time at Hall Green School. Staff have continued to be impressed by the determined approach of the year group and these results are testament to this. Qualifications are a key stepping stone for pupils, opening doors to opportunities as they move through life. We are proud of our pupils not just for the qualifications they have achieved but the people that they have become; kind, compassionate, and aspirational young adults ready for the next step in their lives”.