Saracens High School, which opened in 2018, just received their first set of GCSE results; and we’re delighted! We open our sixth form this September and will welcome 150 students, both new and returning, into Year 12.
Many pupils came into school with their familes on results day in August. Farhiya and Iziah are just two of our pupils who, along with their families, were overjoyed with their results.
Farhiya achieved eight grade 9s and three grade 8s and is joining Saracens Sixth Form to study A Levels in Chemistry, Physics and Maths. ‘I did it!’ exclaimed Fariya. Farhiya’s mother, who works at the school, said ‘Thank you to the amazing teachers; all the help has paid off.’
Iziah is joining the innovative Saracens Sixth Form Pre-Apprenticeship Programme and will be spending three days a week at school and two days in a local business. He hopes to start an apprenticeship at the end of the one-year Pre-Apprencticeship course.
Principal Matthew Stevens was delighted with the pupils’ GCSE results:
‘We are extremely proud of all our pupils today, and thrilled for their families. They have been rewarded for all their hard work and effort with many outstanding results. This will set them up well for the future as they enter the sixth form to study A Levels, T Levels, or the Pre-Apprenticeship programme.
It was particularly pleasing to see the level of consistency across subjects which included outstanding performance in many subjects. I would like to thank our incredibly talented and committed staff who helped our pupils achieve so well.’
Kevin Perry, Chair of the Saracens Multi-Academy Trust, remarked on the significance of school’s first set of GCSE results:
‘This is a truly significant day in the continuing development of our wonderful school as we celebrate the first real set of public exam results. I would like to congratulate all our pupils on what they have achieved today, especially against the backdrop of all the disruption they have suffered over the last few years .’