- Published 13/12/16Read More
Carol ConcertPublished 18/11/16Read More
The Carol Concert will be held in our main hall on
WEDNESDAY 14 DECEMBER 2016 AT 7.30PM
We do not charge for tickets to our Carol Concert and you do not need to book tickets in advance. Doors open at 7pm for a prompt 7.30pm start. The concert will be complete by 8.30pm. A collection will be taken at the end of the performance for a local charity.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Year 11 Opportunities EveningPublished 01/11/16Read More
Our Year 11 Opportunities Evening takes place on
Monday 7 November 2016
commencing at 5.45pm
All students who wish to study at Bishopshalt School Sixth Form are invited to attend. The evening will finish at 8pm
Half TermPublished 21/10/16Read More
Half term is from Monday 24 October to Friday 28 October. Students return to school on Monday 31 October at 8.40am.
GCSE SuccessPublished 30/08/16Read More
We are delighted to celebrate the success of our GCSE students this year with 78% of all students achieved 5 or more A* to C grades and 68% achieving A*-C in both English and Maths. 31 students gained 5 or more A*-A grades and an incredible 11 gained at least 10 A*-As
Grace Waddingham 10A* 1B
Shaanveer Samra 9A* 2A
Kyle Watson 7A* 4A
Malak Sadka 7A* 4A 1B
Paulina Met 7A* 5A
Iman Korchi 6A* 4A 1B
Taha Al-Atarsh 5A* 7A
Alejandra Correa Gutierrez 5A* 7A
Adam Mohammed 5A* 5A
Moyosore Shoyoye 3A* 8A
Nikhil Verma 3A* 7A 1B
Well done to all students.
This year, the government has introduced a number of new measures including the percentage of students gaining A*-C in English and Maths (see above 68%)and a progress measure called ‘Progress 8’ which looks at the progress made in each pupil’s best 8 subjects. Our score has improved (from +.22) to +.30 which shows that our students, on average make around a third of a grade better in EACH of their examinations than they would in an average school. We are proud of these results because they exemplify our vision of ‘providing our children with an outstanding education that fulfils their potential’.
Headteacher Kim Rowe