Year 7 arrive for 8:25 am.
Years 8 to 11 arrive for 10:45 am.
All students in Years 7 to 11 will begin lessons period 4.
Year 12 students are to report to Witham Sixth Form at 11 am.
Year 13 students are to report to Witham Sixth Form at 2 pm.
*Witham Sixth Form, Conrad Road, Witham. CM8 2SD
**Sixth Form lessons start Monday.
68% A* - C in English and Maths
A*-C - 81%
3+ Levels of Progress (expected progress) - 88%
4+ Levels of Progress (more than expected progress) - 39%
3+ Levels of Progress (expected progress) - 75%
4+ Levels of Progress (more than expected progress) - 28%
We are very pleased with this year’s results which are the best we have ever had, I am so proud of what the students have accomplished. It’s testament to their hard work and dedication. I’d like to congratulate each of our students for these well-deserved results which will open the doors to their next steps and are a result of all their hard work.
There have been some notable individual successes, in particular;
Tom Kusonsuphanimit 5 A*, 3 A, 1 B
Holly Larbalestier 4 A*, 4 A, 1 B
Nadine Goebel 3 A*, 5 A, 1 B
Faye Broadbent 3 A*, 4 A, 1 Dist*, 2 B
Bradley Gunn 3 A*, 4 A, 1 B, 1 C
Jasmine Berg 2 A*, 6 A, 1 B
Kayleigh Groves 2 A*, 4 A, 3 B
Rebecca Hall 2A*, 4 A, 3 B
Mae Allen 2 A*, 3 A, 2 B, 2 C
Jamie-Lee Fawley 1 A*, 4 A, 1 Dist*, 3 B, 1 C
Thomas Russell 1 A*, 6 A, 1B, 1 C
Adam Crowe 1 A*, 4 A, 3 B, 1 C
Kelsey-Ann Clark 6 A, 3 B
Freya Evans 6 A, 2 B, 1 C
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all our staff for their dedication and commitment to our students’ success.
Mrs Baker, Head of Academy
Year 13 students from Witham Sixth Form eagerly opened their results at both sites after this summer’s exams.
A total of 49% of students’ results at the sixth form were the top grades of A* to B in their A-levels and equivalents. Almost all results – 97% - were A* to E grades and 70% were A* to C.
John Szynal, executive principal at Maltings and New Rickstones Academy, said the results will offer his students the brightest futures: “We are delighted with this year’s post-16 results. The students and staff can rightly feel proud of their achievements.
“I am mostly pleased by the fact these good results give the youngsters greater choice for their next step in either employment or education as many doors will be open to them.
“I would like to thank everyone for their tremendous effort in bringing this about and I wish all of the students all the best for their futures and every happiness in life.”
Top achievers include –
Rhiannon Moore - A English Lang, A Psychology, B Chemistry
Reece Ismay - A Economics, B Maths, B Chemistry
Regan Lamont - Distinction* Business Studies, B Psychology, B Sociology
Maria Rogers - A Geography, B Economics, C Chemistry
Mollie Rushen - B English Lang, B Psychology, C Classic Civilizations
Jamie Ridgewell - A Maths, C Further Maths, C Economics
Connor Easthope - A English Lang & Lit, Distinction* ICT, Distinction* PBF
Paige Elvin - Distinction* ICT, Distinction* PBF, Distinction* Dance
Georgia Bryan - B Business Studies, B English Lang & Lit, Distinction* PBF, Distinction* Sport
Abigail Griffin - Distinction* ICT, Distinction* PBF, C Maths
Of the sixth formers’ results, 75% based at New Rickstones earned A* to B grades, 89% scored A* to C and 97% achieved A* to E grades.
Damian Lee, head of academy at New Rickstones, said: “It’s extremely pleasing to see such good results and shows students’ hard work and effort has paid off.
“These results are my first as head of academy at New Rickstones and although I have only known Year 13 for one year, they have been a pleasure to work with and I wish them all the best with their future careers.
“I would also like to acknowledge the hard work and support of their subject teachers in helping the students to achieve such high grades.”
A total of 97% of students based at Maltings scored A* to E grades, while 63% achieved A* to C and 39% earned A* to B.
Emma Baker, head of academy at Maltings, said: “We are really happy with this year’s results and credit must go to the students and staff for all their hard work.
“We wish all of our students the very best for their futures and hope they stay in touch via our alumni network so they can share their knowledge and experiences with others in years to come.”
Results for Summer 2016 examinations will be available for collection from the Restaurant as follows:
GCE AS/A Level: Thursday 18 August from 10am to 1pm.
GCSE: Thursday 25 August - Year 11 from 10am to 1pm, Year 9 & Year 10 (Hair & Beauty/Polish) from 11am to 1pm
If you wish any other person (including family members) to collect your results on your behalf, you must give your written authorisation to the school. Alternatively, if you would like your results to be posted to you then please supply an A5 stamped, self-addressed envelope to Mrs Hancocks in the Exams Office (G15) inside Reprographics Office no later than Thursday 21 July. Please note that results will not be given out by telephone or email under any circumstances.
Sixth Form Enrollment
Year 11 students who wish to enrol into the 6th Form will need to report to the Library after collecting their results.
From my point of view this week has been educational and will most definitely help me in the future.
On Wednesday we started our Dragons’ Den presentations, working together and helping each other out in so many ways, mentally and physically. We bonded as a team and this helped us use our skills and gain confidence.
On Thursday we had to present our business idea to the Dragons aka Mr Griffin, Mr Baker and Mr Tyrrell, it was scary but we came through it together and did our best.
On Friday we had our Mock job interviews which were really great. It showed us how to present ourselves and gave us an idea of how it feels to be in a real interview situation. I think this week has been amazing and has been the best week of my school life because it has prepared me for the outside world.
Neve H, Year 10
The Pearson Teaching Awards are the UK’s most prestigious celebration of transformational teaching. All you need to do is 'Thank a Teacher' on the Pearson website.
Tuesday 1st December 2015 was a very proud day for everyone at Maltings Academy. It was a great honour to be mentioned in Sir Michael Wilshaw's HMCI Annual Report on Education and Skills where our innovative approach to curriculum and pathways has been highlighted as a case study. This is further confirmation of the outstanding work being done at Maltings Academy and everyone involved; staff, students, parents and governors should feel very proud.
The full report can be viewed below where Maltings Academy features on page 46:
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