Press release 18th August 2016
Sixth Form students today celebrated another successful year in both A Level and BTEC courses with another increase in students achieving the top grades and 28 subjects achieving a 100% pass rate. Mark Rutherford continues to be proud of its students with all progressing to employment, apprenticeships or university, including Oxbridge.
This year we have a number of students who have achieved particularly high grades, including:
Zara Coull A*,A*,A*
Holly Bogacki A*,A,A
Danie Hare A*,A*,A,A
Kelly Knights A*,A*,A*
Aman Kundra A,A,A
Molly Simpson A*,A,A
Rebecca Smith A,A,A
Katie White A*,A,A
The following students achieved three or more A* and A grade equivalents in their BTEC courses:
Headteacher Richard Millard said “We are delighted with another improvement in our A level and BTEC results. Congratulations to all the students and staff for all their hard work.
Mark Rutherford School is a GOOD school
Youth Speaks District Champions
Mark Rutherford’s public speaking team have been crowned District Champions in the Rotary Club’s prestigious Youth Speaks Competition. The team are photographed receiving the trophy from Rotarian John Bromley. The three sixth formers who represented the school are: main speaker: Nasreen D’Agostino, Chair Thomas Jefferys and proposer of the Vote of Thanks Matty Darby. Their winning topic was: “Manners in the 20th Century”. The trio later took runner up position in the Regional final where the individual award for “Best Vote of Thanks” in the competition was awarded to Matty Darby. Also photographed is their coach Mr Smith. This is the most successful year yet for the Mark Rutherford team who have reached the District semi-finals for the last four consecutive years.
Congratulations to staff, students and parents/carers on a very successful Ofsted result
Recently the school underwent a one day inspection by Ofsted. It was a very positive visit with the school being told that it continues to be good. A variety of areas were looked at including safeguarding, leadership, behaviour, pupil progress and attendance. Below are some of the comments made by Ofsted in the summary report.
To read the full feedback from Ofsted click here.
To read the letter to parents and carers click here.
For other Ofsted news click here.
Click here for GCSE Results press release.
Click here for A Level Results press release.
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August 25, 2016
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