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Reach Academy Feltham today congratulated their Year 11 cohort for brilliant performances in their GCSEs.
After getting the 16th best results in England in 2017, the school has again performed impressively, with 52% of pupils achieving the new English Baccalaureate. With this being the first year of the new 1-9 grades, there were 27 of the new grade 9s and 26% of pupils achieved five 7-9 grades including English and Maths.
Secondary Headteacher, Rebecca Cramer, said: “We are delighted with our second set of results. I would like to congratulate our pupils on their hard work and thank their teachers and parents for their support. We are looking forward to welcoming these pupils and some new students to our 6th Form next week”.
Reach Academy Feltham opened in 2012 and this is its second set of GCSE results. It is a small all-through school with pupils aged from two upwards. The school has built an excellent reputation and a second Reach Academy has been approved to open in the coming years.
The school is celebrating great results:
Individual pupils got some brilliant results.
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Posted on 18 Sep 2018
Delighted that we have been awarded the School Games Gold Award in BOTH Primary and Secondary for last year. A brilliant achievement from Sam and the whole PE team - Andy, Alanah and Rachael. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted on 15 Sep 2018
WTG Sam and the team x
Congratulations. Keep it up
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Posted on 05 Sep 2018
We are hiring - we are looking for After School Club staff and Teaching Assistants, as well as an administrator and a business admin apprentice. You even get to hang out with our school dog, Bear!
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Posted on 28 Aug 2018
Lynne O'Reilly can we have a school dog?!