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School Performance - 2020

Message from Mrs Redford-Hernandez, CEO of the Brighter Futures Learning Partnership Trust

Well done to Year 11 on your fantastic achievements!

First of all, I would like to extend the Trust’s and my sincere congratulations to all of Year 11. This is the day we have been waiting for and we have much to celebrate. Despite the endless controversies surrounding this year’s exam results and the unchartered territory of centre-assessed grades, many of our students have met and exceeded their target grades and we should not fail to celebrate their fantastic achievements.

Our young people have been studying for these exams for more than 2 years and their sudden cancellation has undoubtedly caused much anxiety for them, their parents and teachers. It is, however, important that we don’t lose sight of what is important and that we celebrate this landmark moment reflecting the hard work, commitment and strength of character which has brought us to point.

Well done to everyone; it has been a tremendously difficult year but one which hopefully confirms that success is often borne out of adversity.

Excellent GCSE results were celebrated by students and staff at Hungerhill School today. 

Hungerhill saw some outstanding performances from a large number of students. We are delighted that these are some of the best results that the school has ever had!

We are extremely proud of the cohort and we would like to congratulate all of our students for achieving these excellent results. We hope that these results will enable students to continue on their pathways to success and reflect all of their hard work over the past five years at Hungerhill School. 

Some of the students who secured exceptional results were: 

Jake Powell, Ben Vallow and Jessica Touhig who achieved an impressive eight grade 9’s. 

Other highest performers in the year group who should be commended for their success were: 

  • Hannah Shaw
  • Lewis Drury
  • Rebecca Liddle
  • Freya Kerrigan
  • Jayden Lee
  • Natasha Graves
  • Joe Crowston
  • Tadd Whiteley
  • Sophie Whitworth
  • Georgia Tang
  • Gracie Golightly
  • Edward Hayton
  • Grace Murphy
  • Savannah Witham
  • Sophie Carlton
  • Katie Prestwich
  • Jayden Lister
  • Peter Morgan
  • Evie Sparrow
  • Daniel Duggan
  • Abigail Galbraith
  • Joe Crowston
  • Tadd Whiteley
  • Sophie Whitworth
  • Georgia Tang
  • Olivia Jackson
  • Lily Bimpson
  • Memory Makandanje
  • Niamh Williams

We are also equally proud of those students who have made the most progress since their time with us, and their incredible hard work and determination during their time at the school has clearly been worth it:

  • Freya Kerrigan
  • Ben Vallow
  • Wiktoria Jozwiak 
  • Sophie Whitworth 
  • Thomas Harris
  • Natasha Graves 
  • Abigail Galbraith 
  • Jake Powell
  • Emma Bell
  • Gracie Golightly 
  • Brandon Muscroft
  • Lily Boden
  • Daniel Duggan
  • Katie Roffe
  • Gracie Coates
  • Caitlin Tang
  • Joe Crowston
  • Lewis Drury
  • Katie Prestwich 
  • Louis Turley
  • Emily Rogers
  • Holi-May Moran

Amongst the students happy with their results was Deputy Head Girl, Rebecca Liddle (16) who said, "I am so proud of my results and how well everyone in the year group has done. I have had such an amazing 5 years, with teachers who strive to get the best out of all of us everyday. I have made friends for life"

Head Boy, Jake Powell (16) said "I am really glad to have been able to come into school today to collect my results and see everyone. I am really grateful to all the staff that have helped me throughout my time at Hungerhill and I am looking forward to seeing everyone again at the Leavers’ Celebration".

Student Leader, Daniel Duggan (16) stated that ‘I am very happy with the outcome of my grades. My 8 in Art and Design and L2 Distinction in Performing Arts have secured my place at Drama School’.

Head Girl, Natasha Graves (16) said ‘Well done to everyone, we have all worked really hard for this and we all deserve success’.

We are pleased to announce that early indications show:

  • Average Attainment 8 score 5.01
  • 86% of all students achieved a grade 4 and above in English
  • 78% of all students achieved a grade 4 and above in Maths
  • 76% of all students achieved a grade 4 and above in both English and Maths
  • 68% of all students achieved a grade 5 and above in English
  • 57% of all students achieved a grade 5 and above in Maths
  • 52% of all students achieved a grade 5 and above in both English and Maths
  • 38% of all students achieved a grade 4 and above in the EBacc qualification
  • 23% of all students achieved a grade 4 and above in the EBacc qualification

Results Day 2020 Gallery

School Performance - 2019 

Hungerhill saw some outstanding performances from a large number of students. The highest performers in the year group were Emma Marsh, Taylor Hacker, Martha Dixey, Hollie Murfitt, Emily Mawson, Amelia Haxby, Olivia Harlington, Lisa Daines, Megan Thompson and Matthew Monk.
We are also equally proud of those students who made the most progress since their time with us and we would also like to commend the following students for their incredible hard work and determination McKenzie Mangham, Tyler Curran, Lilly Anna McDonald, Joseph Hattersley, Madison Houlihan, Callum Prestwich, Alisha Skillcorn, Chloe Hunt, Luke wooding, Laura Tomkins, Brandon Tobin, Ewan Martin and Lucy Rowley.

 

Students at Hungerhill study a challenging curriculum where they strive for excellence in order to maximise their potential. The % of students for this year group who chose EBacc options was 51.3% compared to the previous year of 17% which reflects the school’s move to a more ambitious curriculum. 

We are pleased to announce that at GCSE:

  • Early indications show that the Average Progress 8 score per student puts the school above the national average
  • 80% of all students achieved a grade 4 and above in English
  • 77% of all students achieved a grade 4 and above in Maths
  • 71% of all students achieved a grade 4 and above in both English and Maths
  • The Average Attainment 8 score per student, puts the school in line with the top 20% of schools nationally
  • We are exceptionally proud of achievement in: Science, Art and Graphics, Drama, Health and Social Care, Media, Performing Arts, Psychology and ICT.