We are delighted that we have built on last year’s results which placed Cheney as the 16th most improved school in the country. Despite these very strange times we must acknowledge the hard work and commitment of the students and staff at Cheney School over the course of many years not just one.
We have seen continued progress in the attainment of our students this year. 83% of students achieved grade 4 or above in English and 78% did so in Mathematics. 74% of our students achieved grade 4 or above in both English and Maths.
Mr. Moreton, Head Teacher, said
“We appreciate that the end of 5 years of education at Cheney has felt very strange and flat for most of our Year 11 students as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, they should be immensely proud of their results. These were achieved over many years of hard work and effort. We look forward to welcoming many of these students back into our school community to continue their studies in our Sixth Form. We all wish them the very best in their future endeavours.”
A number of students achieved very high results including:
Jack Allinson – 10 grade 9s
Thomas Cox – 4 grade 9s and 6 grade 8s
Anmol Dahal – 5 grade 9s
Hannah Garni – 5 grade 9s
Benjamin Holmes - 9 grade 9s
Noelle Jaho - 7 grade 9s
Gwen Jones - 6 grade 9s
Ismay Lewis - 7 grade 9s
Elizabeth Milne - 10 grade 9s
Kara Molloy - 10 grade 9s
Lara Noronha - 8 grade 9s
Joshua Philpott - 5 grade 9s
Alice Ratcliffe - 4 grade 9s
Alexey Savelyev - 5 grade 9s
Abdul Wahab Shaheen - 7 grade 9s
Erin Snape - 10 grade 9s
Sacha Whitehall - 4 grade 9s
We would also like to give a special mention to the following students who have achieved some incredible results: Luka Nikic, Finlay Lilwall, Luke Okechukwu, Nathan Streete, Hayat Elamin Sirageldin and Angharad Dale.
Well done to all our students and good luck for the future.