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HASSENBROOK ACADEMY RESULTS, 2017

COUNCILLOR HALDEN THRILLED WITH HASSENBROOK’S GIANT LEAP FORWARD

Squeals of delight could be heard at Hassenbrook Academy as students opened their envelopes to see their results in the new style GCSEs released today. 

Preliminary results show a significant hike in outcomes with 56% of students achieving a standard pass in English and 63% in Maths (Grade 4 or above), with a combined English and Maths result of 50%.

There was a marked improvement in the percentage of students achieving a strong pass ie Grade 5 or above in English and Maths (38% and 41% respectively).

15% of students attained a pass in the Ebacc qualification (English and Maths with A* - C in two Sciences, History or Geography and a Modern Foreign Language) which is a strong indication for University entry.

These results were a source of great delight as English was in the previous inspection a source of concern for Hassenbrook. Those days are firmly now in the rear view mirror for Hassenbrook Academy. 

Other praiseworthy performances include:  French, Spanish, Art and Design and Chemistry, Biology and Physics, where pass rates were extremely high.

The best performing students were: Vanessa Jacobs (16) from Tilbury 8 A*, 3 A, Molly McQuade (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 8 A, Amelia McCarthy (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 8 A, Lauren McAlear (16) from  Tilbury 1A*, 8 A, 2 B, Alex Rapley from Stanford le Hope 1 A*, 4 A, 5 B, Kay Swift (16) from Chadwell St Mary 2A*, 4A, 3B, 1C, Samuel Dover (16) from Stanford le Hope 2 A*, 3 A, 1B, 4C, Bethany Gannon (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 2 A, 5B, Teddy Moss (16) from Stanford le Hope 1A*, 4 A, 2 B, 5 C.

Molly McQuade (16)  said “Thank you for all the teachers help.  I couldn’t have done it without them particularly Ms Vaamonde, Ms Bialek, Miss Cecil and Mr Harvey.

Lauren McAlear (16) said “It was worth all the extra work, I am over the moon”.

Ms Joanne Williams, Headteacher of Hassenbrook Academy, said “I am totally thrilled for the students, I am so proud of them.  It is obvious that the rate of improvement is rapid and I want to thank our fantastic staff for all they have achieved in such a short time.”

Ms Sue Rollason, Trust Associate Headteacher, said “Hassenbrook Academy has come on in leaps and bounds since it novated into The Stanford and Corringham Schools Trust with Gable Hall School and Corringham Primary School.  This year’s results are a relief and everyone is so proud”.

HASSENBROOK ACADEMY RESULTS, 2016

Key Measures 2016; Progress 8: -0.51; Attainment 8: 41.12

English A*-C: 39%; Maths A*-C: 66%; EBacc: 27%

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Ebacc passes rise to 27%

A determined optimism could be seen at Hassenbrook as students collected their results for what can only be described as a year of significant change at Hassenbrook Academy which is set to join The Stanford and Corringham Schools Trust on 1st September 2016.

The percentage of overall A* - C passes, or equivalent, was 48.4% with 32% achieving five A* - C including English and Mathematics.The Ebacc pass rate stood at a respectable 27% with the indicative progress 8 figure keeping the school above floor standards.

Mrs S Rollason, Interim Headteacher of Hassenbrook Academy said, “we know what we need to do to tackle the challenges which lie ahead and we are taking the required actions to ensure that all Hassenbrook students get a fair deal going forward.

Improvement plans are firmly in place to raise achievements and aspirations notably in English.   Hassenbrook students deserve no less, we are proud of the strong performances of our students in Mathematics, Science, Modern Foreign Languages, Geography and Art”.

Amongst the very many individual impressive achievements were:

Gracie Wheddon 3A*, 4As*,4Bs, 1C
George Coxshall 2A*s, 5As, 4Bs, 1C
Jonathan Kamau 1A*, 4As, 5Bs, 2Cs
Anna Harvey 1A*, 7As, 3Bs
Whitney Glover 5As, 6Bs, 1C
Amy Graham 4As, 4Bs, 3Cs
Emily O'Rourke 4As, 6Bs, 1C
Lucy Allan 3As, 5Bs, 2Cs
Rita Figueiredo 1A*, 1B, 4Cs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are particularly proud of the progress 8 score, of a significant minority of our students.

Amy Graham, 16, from Chadwell St. Mary, said: “I’m surprised but very pleased” when she found out she had achieved four grade A, four grade B and three grade C’s at GCSE.  Amy plans to study Performing Arts and A-Level Dance.

Emily O’Rourke, 16, from Tilbury, said: “I am so happy I could cry!” when she found out that she achieved four grade A, six grade B and one grade C’s at GCSE.  Emily plans to study Mathematics and 3D Design at college with the aim of becoming an interior designer.

George Coxshall, 16, from Grays, said: “I am happy overall and pleased that five years of hard work has paid-off” when he found out that he had achieved two grade A*, five grade A, four grade B and one grade C’s at GCSE.  George plans to study Law, Economics and History.

Jonathan Kamau, 16, from Tilbury, said: “I’m feeling really good and I’m happy with my results” when he found out he had achieved one grade A*, four grade A, five grade B and two grade C’s at GCSE.  Jonathan plans to study Maths, Physics and Economics at college.

Hassenbrook Academy is proud to be working in partnership with The Stanford and Corringham Schools Trust.

COUNCILLOR HALDEN THRILLED WITH HASSENBROOK’S GIANT LEAP FORWARD

 

 

 

Squeals of delight could be heard at Hassenbrook Academy as students opened their envelopes to see their results in the new style GCSEs released today.

 

Preliminary results show a significant hike in outcomes with 56% of students achieving a standard pass in English and 63% in Maths (Grade 4 or above), with a combined English and Maths result of 50%.

 

There was a marked improvement in the percentage of students achieving a strong pass ie Grade 5 or above in English and Maths (38% and 41% respectively).

 

15% of students attained a pass in the Ebacc qualification (English and Maths with A* - C in two Sciences, History or Geography and a Modern Foreign Language) which is a strong indication for University entry.

 

These results were a source of great delight as English was in the previous inspection a source of concern for Hassenbrook. Those days are firmly now in the rear view mirror for Hassenbrook Academy. 

 

Other praiseworthy performances include:  French, Spanish, Art and Design and Chemistry, Biology and Physics, where pass rates were extremely high.

 

The best performing students were: Vanessa Jacobs (16) from Tilbury 8 A*, 3 A, Molly McQuade (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 8 A, Amelia McCarthy (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 8 A, Lauren McAlear (16) from  Tilbury 1A*, 8 A, 2 B, Alex Rapley from Stanford le Hope 1 A*, 4 A, 5 B, Kay Swift (16) from Chadwell St Mary 2A*, 4A, 3B, 1C, Samuel Dover (16) from Stanford le Hope 2 A*, 3 A, 1B, 4C, Bethany Gannon (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 2 A, 5B, Teddy Moss (16) from Stanford le Hope 1A*, 4 A, 2 B, 5 C.

 

Molly McQuade (16)  said “Thank you for all the teachers help.  I couldn’t have done it without them particularly Ms Vaamonde, Ms Bialek, Miss Cecil and Mr Harvey.

 

Lauren McAlear (16) said “It was worth all the extra work, I am over the moon”.

 

 

From left to right:

Molly McQuade, Bethany Gannon and Lauren McAlear

 

 

 

 

 

Ms Joanne Williams, Headteacher of Hassenbrook Academy, said “I am totally thrilled for the students, I am so proud of them.  It is obvious that the rate of improvement is rapid and I want to thank our fantastic staff for all they have achieved in such a short time.”

 

Ms Sue Rollason, Trust Associate Headteacher, said “Hassenbrook Academy has come on in leaps and bounds since it novated into The Stanford and Corringham Schools Trust with Gable Hall School and Corringham Primary School.  This year’s results are a relief and everyone is so proud”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 11 Hassenbrook students celebrating their GCSE success.

With (from left to right): Ms Joanne Williams, Headteacher, Councillor James Halden, Mrs Sue Rollason, Trust Associate Headteacher

 

Councillor James Halden said AWAITING QUOTE FROM JAMES HALDEN

 

 

Hassenbrook Academy is a proud partner of The Stanford and Corringham Schools Trust which it joined on 1 September 2016.  Since then the Trust has secured visible successes in improving staffing, leadership, teaching,

 

parental engagement and financial viability.  Other schools in The Trust include Corringham Primary, which became Good in October 2016 from Special Measures, and Gable Hall School.COUNCILLOR HALDEN THRILLED WITH HASSENBROOK’S GIANT LEAP FORWARD

 

 

 

Squeals of delight could be heard at Hassenbrook Academy as students opened their envelopes to see their results in the new style GCSEs released today.

 

Preliminary results show a significant hike in outcomes with 56% of students achieving a standard pass in English and 63% in Maths (Grade 4 or above), with a combined English and Maths result of 50%.

 

There was a marked improvement in the percentage of students achieving a strong pass ie Grade 5 or above in English and Maths (38% and 41% respectively).

 

15% of students attained a pass in the Ebacc qualification (English and Maths with A* - C in two Sciences, History or Geography and a Modern Foreign Language) which is a strong indication for University entry.

 

These results were a source of great delight as English was in the previous inspection a source of concern for Hassenbrook. Those days are firmly now in the rear view mirror for Hassenbrook Academy. 

 

Other praiseworthy performances include:  French, Spanish, Art and Design and Chemistry, Biology and Physics, where pass rates were extremely high.

 

The best performing students were: Vanessa Jacobs (16) from Tilbury 8 A*, 3 A, Molly McQuade (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 8 A, Amelia McCarthy (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 8 A, Lauren McAlear (16) from  Tilbury 1A*, 8 A, 2 B, Alex Rapley from Stanford le Hope 1 A*, 4 A, 5 B, Kay Swift (16) from Chadwell St Mary 2A*, 4A, 3B, 1C, Samuel Dover (16) from Stanford le Hope 2 A*, 3 A, 1B, 4C, Bethany Gannon (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 2 A, 5B, Teddy Moss (16) from Stanford le Hope 1A*, 4 A, 2 B, 5 C.

 

Molly McQuade (16)  said “Thank you for all the teachers help.  I couldn’t have done it without them particularly Ms Vaamonde, Ms Bialek, Miss Cecil and Mr Harvey.

 

Lauren McAlear (16) said “It was worth all the extra work, I am over the moon”.

 

 

From left to right:

Molly McQuade, Bethany Gannon and Lauren McAlear

 

 

 

 

 

Ms Joanne Williams, Headteacher of Hassenbrook Academy, said “I am totally thrilled for the students, I am so proud of them.  It is obvious that the rate of improvement is rapid and I want to thank our fantastic staff for all they have achieved in such a short time.”

 

Ms Sue Rollason, Trust Associate Headteacher, said “Hassenbrook Academy has come on in leaps and bounds since it novated into The Stanford and Corringham Schools Trust with Gable Hall School and Corringham Primary School.  This year’s results are a relief and everyone is so proud”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 11 Hassenbrook students celebrating their GCSE success.

With (from left to right): Ms Joanne Williams, Headteacher, Councillor James Halden, Mrs Sue Rollason, Trust Associate Headteacher

 

Councillor James Halden said AWAITING QUOTE FROM JAMES HALDEN

 

 

Hassenbrook Academy is a proud partner of The Stanford and Corringham Schools Trust which it joined on 1 September 2016.  Since then the Trust has secured visible successes in improving staffing, leadership, teaching,

parental engagement and financial viability.  Other schools in The Trust include Corringham Primary, which became Good in October 2016 from Special Measures, and Gable Hall School.COUNCILLOR HALDEN THRILLED WITH HASSENBROOK’S GIANT LEAP FORWARD

 

 

 

Squeals of delight could be heard at Hassenbrook Academy as students opened their envelopes to see their results in the new style GCSEs released today.

 

Preliminary results show a significant hike in outcomes with 56% of students achieving a standard pass in English and 63% in Maths (Grade 4 or above), with a combined English and Maths result of 50%.

 

There was a marked improvement in the percentage of students achieving a strong pass ie Grade 5 or above in English and Maths (38% and 41% respectively).

 

15% of students attained a pass in the Ebacc qualification (English and Maths with A* - C in two Sciences, History or Geography and a Modern Foreign Language) which is a strong indication for University entry.

 

These results were a source of great delight as English was in the previous inspection a source of concern for Hassenbrook. Those days are firmly now in the rear view mirror for Hassenbrook Academy. 

 

Other praiseworthy performances include:  French, Spanish, Art and Design and Chemistry, Biology and Physics, where pass rates were extremely high.COUNCILLOR HALDEN THRILLED WITH HASSENBROOK’S GIANT LEAP FORWARD

 

 

 

Squeals of delight could be heard at Hassenbrook Academy as students opened their envelopes to see their results in the new style GCSEs released today.

 

Preliminary results show a significant hike in outcomes with 56% of students achieving a standard pass in English and 63% in Maths (Grade 4 or above), with a combined English and Maths result of 50%.

 

There was a marked improvement in the percentage of students achieving a strong pass ie Grade 5 or above in English and Maths (38% and 41% respectively).

 

15% of students attained a pass in the Ebacc qualification (English and Maths with A* - C in two Sciences, History or Geography and a Modern Foreign Language) which is a strong indication for University entry.

 

These results were a source of great delight as English was in the previous inspection a source of concern for Hassenbrook. Those days are firmly now in the rear view mirror for Hassenbrook Academy. 

 

Other praiseworthy performances include:  French, Spanish, Art and Design and Chemistry, Biology and Physics, where pass rates were extremely high.COUNCILLOR HALDEN THRILLED WITH HASSENBROOK’S GIANT LEAP FORWARD

 

 

 

Squeals of delight could be heard at Hassenbrook Academy as students opened their envelopes to see their results in the new style GCSEs released today.

 

Preliminary results show a significant hike in outcomes with 56% of students achieving a standard pass in English and 63% in Maths (Grade 4 or above), with a combined English and Maths result of 50%.

 

There was a marked improvement in the percentage of students achieving a strong pass ie Grade 5 or above in English and Maths (38% and 41% respectively).

 

15% of students attained a pass in the Ebacc qualification (English and Maths with A* - C in two Sciences, History or Geography and a Modern Foreign Language) which is a strong indication for University entry.

 

These results were a source of great delight as English was in the previous inspection a source of concern for Hassenbrook. Those days are firmly now in the rear view mirror for Hassenbrook Academy. 

 

Other praiseworthy performances include:  French, Spanish, Art and Design and Chemistry, Biology and Physics, where pass rates were extremely high.The best performing students were: Vanessa Jacobs (16) from Tilbury 8 A*, 3 A, Molly McQuade (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 8 A, Amelia McCarthy (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 8 A, Lauren McAlear (16) from  Tilbury 1A*, 8 A, 2 B, Alex Rapley from Stanford le Hope 1 A*, 4 A, 5 B, Kay Swift (16) from Chadwell St Mary 2A*, 4A, 3B, 1C, Samuel Dover (16) from Stanford le Hope 2 A*, 3 A, 1B, 4C, Bethany Gannon (16) from Stanford le Hope 3A*, 2 A, 5B, Teddy Moss (16) from Stanford le Hope 1A*, 4 A, 2 B, 5 C.

HASSENBROOK ACADEMY RESULTS, 2016