Performance

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The results from the 2021/22 examination series are the strongest in the school’s history and continue the upward trend which has been achieved over the last five years.  A record 44% of students achieved the higher grades in both English and Maths and there was exceptional success in English, Maths, Science, Chemistry, History, PE, Art, Photography, Dance and Child Development.

Having confronted head-on the many challenges of the pandemic, staff and students have delighted in the opportunity to come together and mark the superb achievements of all the students, who have worked exceptionally hard over the past couple of years to secure these outstanding grades.

Alongside the continued success of the academy, some particular individual highlights include:

  • Liam Mills  who achieved 10 Grade 9’s
  • Ksawery  Stanislawski  who secured two Grade 9s, seven Grade 8s and Distinction *
  • Cody Ellis attained three Grade 9s, four Grade 8s, and one grade 7
  • Raqeebat  Lekuti - seven Grade 9s and one Grade 8
  • Sabera Arffah - two Grade 9s, five Grade 7s, one Grade 7

The academy is also extremely proud of Ben Keeling, whose dedication has been rewarded with Grade fours in English, Maths, Science, Photography and a Merit in Catering after a great deal of hard-work.

Adrian Price, Principal at George Salter Academy, said:

“Despite the challenges presented over the last few years, I am absolutely thrilled for all the students who have got the results that they needed and wish them all the very best. These results show improvement from the last time full examinations were taken in 2019, and have improved on the last two years as well. The number of students who have achieved Grades 5 or higher in their subjects has also increased and, given the challenges of the pandemic, this is simply sensational. I always feel privileged to lead this fabulous academy and am simply in awe of the resilience of the wonderful students and dedicated staff.

“Our students should take great pride in their achievements which are very well deserved.  We are all aware of the incredible hard work that they have put into their studies during their time with us and we are extremely proud. I also want to thank you excDespite the challenges presented over the last few years, I am absolutely thrilled for all the students who have got the results that they needed and wish them all the very best. These results show improvement from the last time full examinations were taken in 2019, and have improved on the last two years as well. The number of students who have achieved Grades 5 or higher in their subjects has also increased and, given the challenges of the pandemic, this is simply sensational.  I always feel privileged to lead this fabulous academy and am simply in awe of the resilience of the wonderful students and dedicated staffellent staff staff for going above and beyond to make sure that no member of our academy is disadvantaged and instead achieves beyond expectation.

“We are so proud to celebrate the success of our fabulous young people, wish them all the very best in the future and hope that they cherish their very special George Salter memories.”

Post 16 students at George Salter, are celebrating today after receiving their results, enabling them to secure places at their chosen/prestigious universities, on coveted apprenticeships and selected jobs.

The sixth form students have achieved some excellent results which reflect the hard work and commitment shown to their studies throughout the COVID and beyond. Attendance rates at the academy have been above the national figure every week of the academic year.

Staff and students have come together to mark the achievements of all the students, who have worked exceptionally hard over the past couple of years to secure these grades.

Alongside the continued success of the academy, some particular individual highlights include:

  • Head Girl Nazia Yeasmin achieved A* (Biology), A (Chemistry) and A (Maths)
  • Paavan Shemar, our head Boy from last year, achieved B grades in Biology and Chemistry
  • Ashrafaur Rahman achieved B (Chemistry), A* (Maths), A (Maths Further), and A (Physics)
  • Charlie Tilly achieved B (Psychology), A (RE) and A (Sociology)
  • Ismail Ajmal achieved A (Biology), A (Chemistry) and A (Psychology)

Many of those students who were new to the fabulous George Salter and joined our post 16 as external entrants did extremely well. We are particularly delighted for Chennaie Ledford who achieved B grades in English Literature and Sociology.

There were particularly strong performances in English Literature, Law, and Business. Given the impact of the pandemic on the creative and expressive arts, the academy is proud of the great progress and achievements in Art, Photography, PE, Dance and Catering. Similarly, the much better than expected progress in Health and Social Care and Child Development is excellent, given the restricted opportunities for work experience in these areas.

Adrian Price, Principal at George Salter Academy, said:

“This is another most unusual results day and comes at, what we hope to be, the end of a challenging time for everyone time. However, I am absolutely thrilled for all those students who have got the results that they needed and wish them all the very best.

“Take pride in your achievements which are very well deserved.  We are all aware of the incredible hard work that you have put into your studies during your time with us and want you to know how very proud of you we are.  It is brilliant to be celebrating your achievements today, so well done!

“We are proud to celebrate the success of our fabulous young people, wish them all the very best in the future and hope that they cherish their very special George Salter memories.”

Despite the challenges presented over the last few years, I am absolutely thrilled for all the students who have got the results that they needed and wish them all the very best. These results show improvement from the last time full examinations were taken in 2019, and have improved on the last two years as well. The number of students who have achieved Grades 5 or higher in their subjects has also increased and, given the challenges of the pandemic, this is simply sensational.  I always feel privileged to lead this fabulous academy and am simply in awe of the resilience of the wonderful students and dedicated staff.

Exam Results August 2022.
Mr Price, Principal

KS4 Exams Results Table

Measure2017201820192022
Progress 8-0.19-0.190.05
Attainment 842.4042.344.345.2
Grade 5 or above in English & Maths31%31%35.4%44%
Students entered for the EBacc60%43%39.9%50%
EBacc Average Point Score3.713.844.0

Student Destination 2022

DestinationNo of StudentsPercentage of Students
Salter Sixth - Year 1211254%
College/other 6th Form9043%
Apprenticeship/Training32%
NEET11%
Employment00%

Post 16 Results 2022

Cohort SummaryTotal
Cohort87
A Level Cohort85
Academic Cohort85
Applied General Cohort44
Tech Level Cohort0
A LevelTotal
A Level APS Per Entry24.95
A Level Avg Grade Per EntryD-
A Level Value Added-0.48
AcademicTotal
Academic APS Per Entry24.96
Academic Avg Grade Per EntryD+
Academic Value Added-0.49
Applied GeneralTotal
Applied General APS Per Entry34.43
Applied General Avg Grade Per EntryDist
Applied General Academic Value Added0.60
Tech LevelTotal
Tech Level APS Per Entry36.25
Tech Level Avg Grade Per EntryDist