Top 15th school in the country
The 2016 performance tables confirm that Seven Kings Secondary School is the top 15th performing state mixed school in the country and the leading state school in the area.
The full table can be reviewed on The Telegraph website.
These stunning results saw 85% of our students achieve 5 GCSEs A*-C including English and Maths, 30% of our students achieving A/A*. Our Progress 8 score of +0.43 means Seven Kings’ students on average achieve over half a grade higher in each GCSE compared to national results: our students make significant progress.
Jane Waters, Head of Secondary School ‘We are extremely proud of our young people and our community. Our families aspire for the very best for their children and the all the staff are ambitious for them to be successful to go on and fulfil their potential and do great things. They are encouraged to be curious, to be scholars and to be kind. There are wonderful stories behind the results: students who arrived with no English achieving extraordinary results, those like Arif Ahmed, Mridul Begum, Jitesh Chandegra, Jagdeep Bhupal, Jasmine Davis, Humiraa Firdaws, Uthman Hamid, Kavita Kalyan, Muhammad Hassan, Rahmah Hussain, Semini Karunasena, Leyha Manampadi, Karthikeyan Ponniah, Nicolette Porter, Sarah Rana, Rhea Sokhi, Fatima Suleman, Chanthia Thayalan, Sam Tully, Namitha Vinayan who achieve the very best and those who have challenged themselves to achieve above and beyond their expected grades. With students achieving 89% A*-C in Maths, 96% in English Literature, 94% in Science and Geography clearly there is no ceiling to achievement at Seven Kings.’
Tracy Smith, the Executive Headteacher of Seven Kings School stated ‘Education transforms the lives of our young people. We are committed to maintaining the legacy of Seven Kings in fulfilling the aspirations of all our students. We will watch with interest as our students now progress to the Sixth Form where their journeys will lead them. It is a privilege to be a part of such wonderful, aspirational journeys.’’