GCSE Results 2019
All the staff at Hove Park School would like to congratulate students on their GCSE results this summer.
We have had another year of improved outcomes across a number of key measures, including a rise in the proportion of students gaining a strong pass grade in both English and maths.
The proportion of students who achieved a pass in the EBACC (gaining GCSEs in English, maths, 2 x sciences, a humanity and a language) is once again significantly above the national average. At Hove Park 35% of our students achieved a pass grade for the EBACC compared with the national average of 24%. Our students’ success here once again demonstrates our commitment to a broad curriculum where the majority of students continue to study a language at GCSE. For the second year running, the school’s Mandarin Excellence Programme continues to flourish and this year’s Chinese results reflect our continuing strength in this area with a 100% strong pass rate.
There were also many individual success stories to celebrate, including an increased number of students achieving the top grade 9 in at least one of their subjects. Well done to: Mohammed Al-Ameeri, Ava Smith, Lorena Puscas, Jacob Alexander, Luca Ellis-Nash, Lyla Amin, Alfie Jukes, Varsha Traynor, Harry Tugwell, Milly Bell, Tyler Connor, Maisie May, Edwyn Wilson-Verrall, Patrick Galvin, Eleni Salli, Farah Choudhury, George Cooper, Grace Maclean, Veronica Tadross, Vale Henin, Alessandro Ishak, Andro Kaldas, Will Preston, Milo Edmond, Antonio Mvelle, Zach Lee, Hidayet Sen, Fidel Arzola.
Jim Roberts (Head Teacher) said:
“Once again our Year 11 students have demonstrated what hard work and determination can achieve. These results show the school continues to grow, develop and support student success. I am very proud of their achievements and wish them all the very best for the future.”
A-level Results 2019
Hove Park School is delighted that so many of our A-level students have deservedly done so well. They have worked hard and their accomplishments will allow students to move forwards onto the next step of their career pathway be that university, apprenticeship or straight into the world of work.
In year 13 the sixth form had excellent results in Product Design, Graphic Communications, Photography, English Literature, Geography, History, Italian, Core Maths, and Portuguese with all of these subjects producing a positive value added score meaning that they did better than the national average.
Other successes come from Maths, English Literature, Chemistry, Physics, Arabic, Graphic Design, Product Design, Photography, Art and Design, Geography all achieving 100% success rates. This is testament to the hard work put in not only by the students but also by Hove Park staff.
This year’s results come at an exciting time as Hove Park Sixth form relocates to the Valley Campus from September 2019. Our new programmes of study are designed to ensure that every student experiences a career driven pathway enriched with additional opportunities linked to developing both personal and employment specific skills and attributes. Individual success stories for this year include : Individual success stories include:
- Sky McLean who achieved B,B,C grades in English Literature, History and Sociology. Sky will take up a place at Sussex University to read History.
- Syeda Begum who achieved, A*, Distinction and Merit in Tourism, Business and ICT. Syeda goes on to Chichester University to study 3D animation and visual effects.
- Amjad Yabroudi who joined at the beginning of year 10 with English as an additional language achieved an A* in Arabic, and a pass in ICT and Business BTEC. He now goes to Middlesex University to study Digital media.
Head teacher Jim Roberts was delighted with the results and praised the hard work of both the students and staff. He said ‘I am very proud of the students and their achievements. Our 6th Form is about moving students forward and helping them take the next steps in their chosen career path. We wish them all the very best for the future and look forward to hearing about all their future successes.