Created: Thursday, 23 August 2018 07:42
Pupils at the Arc School Ansley in Warwickshire have been celebrating their recent exam results.
The school saw each of its leaving students move on to further education, training or employment with a formal qualification in maths and English as well as a range of other academic, functional or vocational qualifications.
Across the school students achieved 59 qualifications, including GCSE and Functional Skills in subjects including Maths, English, Science, ICT and Statistics. Each student achieved on average more than 7 qualifications each. Other subjects included Design and Technology, Home Cooking Skills and PE. A young person at the school also received a vocational qualification from a college placement in construction.
Their achievements have helped them secure places at college to study varying topics including animal care, catering, motor mechanics and art.
Headteacher Simon Goddard said: "Each year our students make us incredibly proud and this year is no exception. The children work so hard to achieve results across a wide range of subjects, showing great determination and resilience.
“Their wonderful achievements will allow them to move on successfully to their next step in life whether that is in a further education placement at college, into an apprenticeship or other employment or into training.
“Our role as a school is to work with children as individuals and to nurture their abilities in a way that suits their needs and to give them the best possible chances at success. The curriculum is not just GCSEs, there are a raft of other diverse qualifications available and the students have fully embraced those.”
Arc School Ansley is a day school and provides education and care for children with an autism spectrum conditions as well as social, emotional and mental health difficulties.
The school is part of the Kedleston Group. Kedleston has a range of residential and day schools across the UK. Across the company’s seven secondary schools, pupils achieved a range of qualifications with hundreds of separate achievements recorded for students across more than 100 different qualifications on offer.
Created: Thursday, 25 August 2016 17:11
The pupils at Arc School Ansley in Warwickshire have been celebrating their 2016 exam results. There were special celebrations for two high achieving students at Arc School Ansley who achieved six A*- C grades at GCSE.
Across the school students achieved almost 80 qualifications, including GCSE and Functional Skills in subjects including Maths, English, Science, Sociology, ICT and Science. Each student achieved on average nine qualifications each.
Headteacher Simon Goddard said: "We are extremely pleased with the exam results achieved by the pupils here at Arc School Ansley, it is a reflection of their hard work and determination and they should be very proud.
“We have a strong ethos here of working with individual children to make sure they are given every opportunity to reach their potential and given the tools to do so. The students should of very proud of their achievements – whether it is a GCSE or another qualification – as this will help them achieve those things they wish to in the future and prepare them for life after the school environment."
Arc School Ansley is a day school and provides education and care for children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties.
Across the company’s seven secondary schools, pupils achieved a range of qualifications with more than 320 separate achievements recorded for students across more than 40 different qualifications on offer.