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19/01/18

Unlucky 😉

06/01/18

Retweetd From Tudor Court Primary

Help us and Vote with Blue coins in our local Tesco stores. Support Tudor Court 24/7 Defib for Chafford 100 a community project so this doesn’t happen to us! https://t.co/mE64ZDofNO

04/01/18

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Year 7 and 8 sports captains announced for 2018. Year 9 to be announced next Tuesday https://t.co/3owTKCDymM

02/01/18

See you all tomorrow bright and early 👌🏻📚👍🏻

01/01/18

Just a reminder it’s an inset day tomorrow so enjoy your last day off and we look forward to seeing all pupils on Wednesday 3rd January 📚

21/12/17

Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and a new year. Your support as always has been outstanding 👍🏻⛄️🎉🎄🎅🏻

19/12/17

Just a reminder School finishes at 1:35 tomorrow 😬🎄⛄️

19/12/17

Don’t be sorry, these things happen. Hope everything works out for the best. Merry Christmas

19/12/17

Non uniform day today and Christmas lunches today money will be collected throughout the day 🎄⛄️

18/12/17

We are so proud of all of your successes- please keep in touch 👏🏻 https://t.co/iq7PmDJmlX

18/12/17

What a fantastic celebration evening tonight. Lovely to see some old faces back in the building https://t.co/ZdcYZiDBZB

15/12/17

News: Pupils will finish at 1:35 on Wednesday 20th December for the Christmas holidays 🎄

14/12/17

It’s our amazing breakfast reading morning tomorrow from 7:30am. Come and read and have a free breakfast on us 📖🍳🥓 https://t.co/NCdjTnYIl1

14/12/17

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Another day, another show! Today Y2 are watching perform Bugsy Malone https://t.co/iyzWY6YshB

14/12/17

Enjoy 😊

14/12/17

Retweetd From Kim Jade

Enroute to CERN with our a-level physics students. Far too excited

23/11/17

Just a reminder for tonight 😊

23/11/17

A really informative day so far- brilliant to see 👍🏻 https://t.co/poQy6n5STS

23/11/17

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In with team for for Yr12 https://t.co/lZdES7pIVl

23/11/17

Retweetd From NELFT Brighter Futures Healthy Families

Student drop-ins at lunch time today: and both with . If you can't attend you can still speak to us via https://t.co/fvoQpHDJvD

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Posted on September 7th 2017

GCSE Students Continue to Excel

Students at HACH continue to excel in their GCSE examinations. It was a pleasure to see them opening their results with excitement today. We would like to share with you the following highlights:

 

·         The average grade for all students at GCSE in 2017 was B overall

·         84% of students secured at least the new level 4 pass in English and 78% in maths

·         30% of GCSEs taken resulted in a  grade A/A* or  7 -9, the government’s new initiative for higher grades; this includes examinations in English and maths

·         Indeed, almost 20% of students achieved 8 or more A/A* (or level 7-9) grades overall, with 11% achieving 10 or more of the highest grades

·         40% of students achieved the government’s ebacc measure

·         The academy continues to champion lower ability, disadvantaged and SEN students, all of whom have enjoyed great success.

 

 

  

 

We would like to highlight the performance of some exceptional students:

 

Fope Adedeji : 12 A*s and As

Jan Atik : 13 A*s and As

Ryan Bennett:  11 A*s and As

Harry Blackburn:  10 A*s and As

Jessica Chan:  11 A*s and As

Tong Chan:  14 A*s and As

Tamika Ekpang: 10A*s and As

Ellie Gowrley:  14 A*s and As

Ciaran Gunning:  12 A*s and As

Joseph Kaley:  11 A*s and As

Rachel Lam:  11 A*s and As

Sarah Lam:  13 A*s and As

Vanessa Oshahova:  11 A*s and As

Daniel Simms: 13 A*s

Annabel Speers:  13 A*s and As

Benjamin Udrzal:  12 A*s and As

Owoche Unogwu: 11 A*s and As

Elliot Walker: 12 A*s and As

Harrison Walker:  14 A*s and As

 

 

(Grades 7-9 in Maths & English are included as A/A*)

 

A number of our Year Ten students have taken GCSE examinations and have also achieved very highly, which will give them a strong start to Year Eleven. 40% of the students who sat Sociology GCSE achieved an A/A* grade and 32% of those taking Media Studies also secured an A/A* grade. Furthermore, a small cohort of Year Ten students sat examinations in Latin for the first time in the history of the school, all achieving an A*grade.

 

Congratulations to all of our wonderful students!