The King Alfred School - Results 2016

The King Alfred School is very proud of the achievements of our students who work hard to achieve their results.  During summer 2016  50% of students who attended the King Alfred School achieved 5 GCSEs including English and maths at grade C and above.  We believe that these results can be better and are working hard to improve the outcomes for our students and subsequently our standing in the league tables.  We are very pleased with the results for our 6th form students who achieved strong destinations and good results that they can look back on with pride.

At King Alfred's we are always happy to meet parents and discuss any aspect of school life, please contact the school if you want to have a meeting,

Mrs Hurr
Headteacher

Homework

Homework timetables can be found in the Curriculum section under Homework.

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Unicef Ambassador - Thrinayani Ramakrishnan

Former Sixth Form student Thrinayani Ramakrishnan was pleased to meet Princess Anne at Buckingham Palace recently as part of her work for Unicef. Thrinayani is one of only two UK Unicef Ambassadors and she manages to combine this important role with her undergraduate studies at the University of Southampton where she is reading Actuarial Science. Thrinayani achieved excellent A level results in the Sixth Form, leaving us in 2016 with A grades in Maths and Chemistry and a B in Further Maths, and we all very proud of her civic commitment 

Rory Edwards - Oxford University

We are proud to announce that KAS 2016 sixth form graduate Rory Edwards has gained a place at Oxford University: Rory will go up to St Edmund Hall to read Physics in the autumn. Rory achieved outstanding A level results in the sixth form: A* in Maths and A grades in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics. Rory has also been employed by the school this term as a classroom assistant and he has voluntarily supported science sessions for younger students. Rory is due to leave for Bolivia in February for a few months where he will develop his Spanish while working on an environmental project. Rory was a fine role model for our sixth form students and we wish him all the best.

Academy Update

Our application to become part of the Clevedon Learning Trust was submitted to the Department for Education during the summer term.  We are currently still waiting to hear from the Department of Education about this application.  The delay is due to a change in arrangements at Central Government.  I will of course keep you informed of any change to this.

Mrs Denise Hurr
Headteacher

 

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