Key Stage 4 Results 2022
We would like to congratulate all our students who have received GCSE and vocational results. After the uncertainty of the last couple of years, our students will be celebrating some fantastic grades that reward their resilience, ambition, and hard work.
Achieving these results has been a superb team effort. As our Headteacher, Andrew Morrison, commented:
“I am absolutely delighted at the results our Key Stage 4 students have achieved. Their focus and commitment since returning from various lockdowns has been notable and I am pleased that students hard work has paid off. These results have not simply been achieved by the students alone. Our young people have been ably supported by their families and Furze Platt Senior School staff. This support network has helped create the ambition, drive and positivity that has ensured our students are rewarded today and I would like to thank all members of our community who contributed to these achievements. Finally, like all Furze Platt Senior School staff, I would once again like to congratulate our students and hope that they enjoy celebrating their grades.”
As much as the results themselves, we also congratulate students for the destinations these grades have helped them reach. We will welcome most of our Year 11 students back to Furze Platt Senior School Sixth Form in September and we look forward to seeing their continued success. For other students progressing to apprenticeships and colleges, we send them every best wish as they focus on new goals and ambitions.
Finally, we hope that our students enjoy celebrating their successes and send them good luck as they embark on their next stage of their lives.
Key Stage 5 Results 2022
Furze Platt Senior School is delighted to congratulate our Key Stage 5 students on their A Level, BTEC and Cambridge Technical results. Following the pandemic and uncertainty over grading, it is great to see our students achieve wonderful results and we hope students enjoy celebrating their successes.
Many members of the Furze Platt Senior School community have contributed to these results, not least the students themselves. However, we would also like to pay tribute to the support offered by students’ families and friends, as well as the skilled efforts of our staff in helping students realise their ambitions. It is thanks to a fantastic team effort, where resilience, professionalism and hard work have very much been to the fore, that we are able to celebrate.
For all our students these results are not an end point but a stepping-stone that enables them to progress to the next stage of their lives.
We wish many of our students well as they take up places in universities this autumn. Our students are pursuing courses ranging from Natural Sciences to Theoretical Physics, Chemistry to Mechanical Engineering, English Literature to Human Geography, Fine Art to Law, Physiotherapy to Theatre and Performance Studies at universities across the country, including Oxbridge and Russell Group universities, as well as universities in the USA.
For many other students these results offer them a place in the workforce in the UK and abroad, including apprenticeships from the Armed Forces to the leisure industry.
Wherever our students are progressing, we wish them every success in the future. Our Head of Sixth Form, Pete Ging, summed up our feelings: “We are really proud of what our students have achieved. Our Year 13 students have managed the return to formal examinations incredibly well and deserve huge congratulations. Through the support of the school and their families, I know our students will be progressing onto fantastic destinations and opportunities and should be very pleased with their accomplishments. I hope that they enjoy celebrating their superb and well-deserved results.”
Finally, we hope that students and their families continue to celebrate their achievements over the coming days and weeks. We trust that students enjoy their successes and the future opportunities that their grades will bring.
We send them every best wish as they pursue their futures beyond Furze Platt Senior School.
Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years. Please click here to see a letter from Mr Dollery, Assistant Headteacher, regarding performance data.