Philip Morant students and their families are celebrating great success with more than half of
our students achieving strong passes in both English and Maths – this is a significant
increase on last year’s results. Similarly, more students than last year have secured
standard passes in Maths and English, building further on the strong performance of last
● 76% of our students passed both English and Maths and for the first time ever we
broke the 50% barrier for strong passes in both English and Maths.
● Just under 70% of all students achieved a grade 5 or above in English and just under
85% of students passed with a grade 4 or above
● Just under 60% of all students achieved a 5 or above in Maths, whilst 82% passed
with a grade 4 or above.
● 21% of all grades were 7 or above.
● 21% of all grades in Maths, English and Science were also grade 7 or above.
● 44 students achieved 5 or more grade 7s or above.
● 250 grade 8s or 9s were awarded to our students.
● Students whose parents work in the military made very good progress.
Highest Attaining Students Students who made the most progress from
their starting points
1. Alexander Skene-Chulde
2. Jasmine Ellis
3. Oliver Ranson
4. Sunny Duan
5. Milly Jackson
6. Katie King
7. Ranya Aissaoui
8. Beth Gooding
9. Sophie Allen
10. George Ardley
Students who made the most progress from their starting points
1. Nathan Green
2. Sophie Allen
3. Jasmine Ellis
4. Mackenzie Bishop
5. Jennifer Palmer
6. Noah Gadsby
7. Jamie Halls
8. Ranya Aissaoui
9. Skie Nelson
10. Simran Rai
Particular mention should go to our highest attaining students and those who made the most
progress from their starting points in Year 7. Alex Skene-Chulde gained the very top grades
in 9 of his 11 subjects including a Distinction* in Engineering and an A* with Distinction in
Further Maths, whilst Jasmine Ellis achieved 6 grade 9s as well as an A* in Further Maths.
The two students making most progress from their starting points were Nathan Green (who
gained Grade 9s in Maths and Physics, a Distinction* in Engineering and an A* with
Distinction in Further Maths) and Sophie Allen (who achieved Grade 8s in English Language
and Literature and Maths and Grade 9s in the separate sciences).
Beneath the headline and accountability figures, there are countless individual stories, where
students have struggled with very difficult circumstances and yet still achieved, or
outperformed their own expectations. We also recognise and celebrate their achievements
I am especially pleased with this set of results as they reflect the improvements made across
the school in terms of the curriculum, homework, facilities and opportunities as staff, parents,
students and the Sigma Trust work collaboratively to give the best education to all our pupils.
Executive Head Teacher