Godolphin celebrates ‘excellent’ results

Godolphin celebrates ‘excellent’ results

Upper Sixth pupils’ at Salisbury’s Godolphin School hit six in grades were A*, A or B with the A* rate holding up well, overall.  In addition, in the first year of results, three quarters of BTEC grades were Merit or above. Particularly impressive results were...
‘Exceptional achievements’ at grammar school

‘Exceptional achievements’ at grammar school

South Wilts Grammar School for Girls Students excelled in their A-Level examinations this year with an outstanding 78% of all A-Level results at A*, A or B grades, an improvement on previous years. And 47% of all grades were A* or A, with 14.4% at A* and a pass rate...
Excellent A level results for Girls

Excellent A level results for Girls

The success of their Upper Sixth leavers with excellent A Level results was celebrated today, August 15, by Bruton School for Girls. Nearly 20% received straight A*/A grades, and 40% of all grades were awarded an A or above, but nearly 85% of grades were C or above....
Good progress for Sarum Academy

Good progress for Sarum Academy

Sixth Form students at Sarum Academy again made ‘good progress’ across the board in A Levels and BTECs, according to Jonathan Curtis, Headteacher. “The academy’s blended curriculum of A Level and BTECs courses has proven to be the right pathway for students, helping...
BWS A level successes

BWS A level successes

In defiance of the slightly changeable August weather this morning, August 15, Bishop Wordsworth’s School  was full of happy boys receiving their A level results and celebrating with their mates. Stuart Smallwood, Head Master, said: “By any measure they did well this...
Strangest university courses uncovered

Strangest university courses uncovered

With the number of school-leavers applying for University degrees at an all-time high, with 236,350 school leavers (40% in total) applying for a degree place – 3,970 more than this time last year, the whacky range of courses available is even more scary....
New sixth form to open

New sixth form to open

A new Sixth Form opens in September, 2021, at Rookwood School, Andover. The current Year 9 students will be the first to take their A-levels at Rookwood. The school now becomes the only independent ‘all-through’ school in the Andover area, educating children aged from...
Spires School celebrates Good Ofsted with talent show

Spires School celebrates Good Ofsted with talent show

The Spires school celebrated the end of term and the recent Ofsted inspection with a ‘Spire’s got Talent’ show, with pupils and teachers taking part. The Salisbury-based school welcomed many visitors to the event who were treated to performances by ‘Dolly and Kenny’,...
Young people taste work with Police

Young people taste work with Police

Wiltshire Police ran the World of Work (WoW) scheme in Swindon, Salisbury and Melksham during recent weeks.  Key Stage 4 students joined in a week of activities to get a taste of the police service. Students learned there is more to keeping Wiltshire and...
Garden school rated ‘outstanding

Garden school rated ‘outstanding

The Garden Montessori at St Mary’s School, Donhead St Mary, was classed as ‘outstanding’ after an inspection in July, looking at the quality and standards of the early years provision. Outstanding was the word used by the inspector, Catherine Sample, for most of...
First Military Child Wellbeing Course

First Military Child Wellbeing Course

Kiwi Primary School, Bulford,  is the first in the UK to try a new Military Child Wellbeing Course, launched by military children’s charity, Little Troopers. The course was created by experts, including a cognitive behavioural therapy specialist, creative arts...
UTC to close next year

UTC to close next year

South Wiltshire UTC is to close in August next year because of continued low demand for student places making it no longer financially viable, according to a Board of Governors statement and the Department for Education. The  focus now is on ensuring the students...

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