Students at Oasis Academy Lord’s Hill celebrate and are ready for their next steps after achieving some great GCSE results
The wait for GCSE results is over as students across the country returned to school one final time to collect their grades, and the current coronavirus pandemic hasn’t diminished spirits for final year students at Oasis Academy Lord’s Hill, Southampton as they look forward to taking their next steps today after securing some great results.
A number of students have achieved superb individual results.
Annie Nguyen has secured a grade 8 in English Literature and 5 grade 9s in English Language, Maths, Geography and Combined Science. She will be going to Peter Symonds to study A-level Maths and Science.
Rhys Radford achieved four grade 8s in English Language, English Literature, Chemistry and Physics. He has also gained three grade 9s in Maths, Geography and History and a grade 7 in Biology. Rhys is progressing onto Barton Peveril to study A-Level Graphics and History.
Kai Fransener another high achieving student has attained two grade 8s in Maths and Chemistry and three grade 9s in English Language, English Literature and History. While also achieving a Level 2 distinction in Btec Sport. Kai will be going to Barton Peveril to study A-Level Accountancy, Maths and History.
Speaking of their results Annie said; "I am thankful to all the staff at Oasis Lord's Hill for being with me on this journey and helping me achieve these outstanding results".
Mr Benjamin Bond, Principal at Oasis Academy Lord’s Hill, commented on students’ success saying; “We are thrilled for our young people who have worked so hard for these results. At Oasis Academy Lord’s Hill we are passionate about giving our students the opportunities that they need to make great progress and flourish, and after a unpredictable year our students are leaving us with the qualifications they need to take the next step towards a fulfilling career.”
“Today is also an important testimony and a credit too to our fantastic teachers who are so dedicated to our students, enabling them to do their very best.”
We value our partnerships with parents and carers and we are committed to holding individual meetings with every student and parent each year. This is a dedicated time when parents meet with class teachers to discuss what is working well and how to improve discussing subject specific priorities and progress. In addition, individual meetings are arranged in all year groups when there is a concern about a student’s learning. This is a great chance to find out what your child has been learning in each of the areas of the curriculum and to see more about where their talents lie.