Encouraging excellence, valuing people

 
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Thank you for your interest in our school.  South Charnwood is an academy High School which now admits pupils of all abilities from 11-16 years of age. It is a popular school with 719 pupils on roll at present.  

 

The school is situated in twenty acres of open countryside and draws the vast majority of pupils from the nearby villages of Markfield, Thornton and Stanton-under-Bardon, as well as from Leicester Forest East.  South Charnwood could justifiably be called a “family” school since it has educated several generations of many local families.  The school also welcomes a number of pupils from other areas, which we feel is evidence of our good reputation and the high esteem in which the school is held.

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Exceptional first set of GCSE results achieved by Year 11 pupils
  

We are delighted with our first set of GCSE results, particularly the performance in English and Mathematics where the results were exceptionally high.  

 

  • 86% achieved A*- C in Mathematics - 24% higher than this year's national average

  • 84% achieved A*- C in English - 24% higher than this year's national average

  • 78% achieved A*- C in both English and Mathematics 

  • 66% achieved 5+ GCSE A*-C including English and Mathematics 

Particular mention must go to the following pupils who have achieved some incredible results:
  
Jas Purewal - 9 A*, 1 A                      Jess Platts - 5 A*, 4 A
Emily Evans - 3 A*, 4 A, 2 B             
Sam Flatt - 3A*, 4 A, 2 B
Keshnee Shah - 2 A*, 6 A, 1 B          Beth McCartney - 2 A*, 4 A, 4 B
Aimee Read - 2 A*, 2 A, 3 B, 2 C      Alisha Parmar - 1 A*, 6 A, 3 B
Arran Ashan - 1 A*, 3 A, 4 B            
Jordan Crawford - 1A*, 2 A, 5 B,
Alex Eason - 1 A*, 1 A, 6 B, 1 C        Jacob Mayne - 6 A, 3 B
Jack Huddlestone - 6 A, 2 B, 1 C      Sophie King - 4 A, 4 B, 1 C
 
Our pupils have made outstanding progress, as well as attaining at a very high level.  This success is just reward for our pupils' hard work and we congratulate them all.