Results Day 2020

We are delighted to share in the celebrations with our pupils today and see the exciting and varied pathways that they have secured for their next step of employment, education or training.

We are proud of all our young people and the work that they have put into their studies over their time with us at Carr Manor Community School.

Our Executive Principal Simon Flowers commented that “The results collected today mark the pupils achievement and commitment over many years of study and we wish them the very best of luck as they move forward into their new pathways. It has been particularly humbling to see individuals who have been on a significant journey of progress overcome challenges and difficulties to secure a strong set of results. We are pleased to see our pupils thrive and flourish as young adults embarking on the next chapter of their lives."

These results represent many years of hard work and study and we are proud of you all.

Please keep in touch and we look forward to hearing about your future successes.

GCSE Results Day 2017

Once again, we are very proud of our Year 11 pupils and it was a pleasure to see them collecting their GCSE results, with the overwhelming majority of pupils meeting aspirational targets and significant numbers of children exceeding target grades across a broad range of different subject areas.

Darren Bello, who received three A’s, one 9, three B’s, one 8 and one 6

Darren Bello, who received three A’s, one 9, three B’s, one 8 and one 6

In addition, many pupils secured the highest grades in the new 9-1 grading system in English and maths and A*/ A grades in science, French, Spanish, geography, history, sociology, religious education, Arabic, Persian, Portuguese and general studies. These outcomes are a credit to the children, their families and the staff team for all of their hard work and support over the year.

Darren Bello, who received three A’s, one 9, three B’s, one 8 and one 6 said “I’m extremely happy with my results, it was a really nice surprise to open my envelope and see higher results than I expected for myself.” His advice to pupils starting Year 11 is “to not be afraid to step out beyond what people are telling you you can do. If you put the hard work and the determination in then you can achieve.” Darren is now going to Allerton High Sixth Form to study maths, biology, chemistry and music.

Maisha Begum and Shakra Ahmed

Maisha Begum and Shakra Ahmed

Maisha Begum, who received one A*, four A’s, two 9’s and one 6, emphasised how important the intervention sessions were to her. “I went to every single intervention session and my grades are proof that it works.”

All their achievements demonstrate the hard work and effort from all involved. We are particularly pleased that the vast majority of pupils are now in a position to access their preferred pathway next year, be it further education, training or employment.

Paul Omodeinde, who received two A*s, three A’s, three 8’s and a C

Paul Omodeinde, who received two A*s, three A’s, three 8’s and a C

Shakra Ahmed wants to go into a career in Restorative Justice, after being an RP rep at Carr Manor Community School. She said, “I’d like to thanks the teachers who were willing to stay back to help us in their own time and everyone around me who has supported me.”

We have heard of the many successes of ex-pupils this summer who are going on to a range of training and employment opportunities, as well as the many going to universities across the country, including; Oxford, Sheffield, Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, London School of Economics and University College London.

GCSE Results 2016

 

We are pleased to inform you that once again, the exiting Year 11 received a very strong set of GCSE results this year, with a further increase in the number of children attaining 5 or more A*-C GCSEs (50%), against a national decline in pass rates.

We are especially pleased with the very good levels of progress made by pupils across a wide range of subjects where the overwhelming majority of pupils met aspirational targets with significant numbers exceeding targets. The subjects include the core areas of English, maths, triple sciences, RE, sociology, French (and ‘home’ languages), geography, PE, art, performing arts and business.

It was a pleasure to see the pupils proud to receive their results in August and to know that they are all able to access their chosen pathways with confidence. These outcomes are a credit to the children, their families and staff team for all their hard work and support over the year.

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Chanelle Johnstone and Emma Kalumba received excellent results

With three A*s, five A’s, two B’s, a Distinction* and a Distinction, Chanelle Johnstone, who was awarded the Governors Award at our Presentation Afternoon in July, also had a very successful morning.

I have been waiting all summer for my results and I am very happy with them. I did really well and gained the grades I wanted”. 

Chanelle was impressed with her results, and when speaking about her revision schedule, she said “During my time at Carr Manor, I attended after school revision, used MyMaths, BBC Bitesize, cue cards and watched YouTube videos. I also took short breaks when revising at home to help me process the information. My advice to new Year 11’s would be to start revising right now, it’s all worth it!”

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Sanjay Bharath obtained high grades with the Teachers support

Chanelle plans on studying chemistry, biology and maths at Roundhay School’s Sixth Form.

Sanjay Bharath was another high achiever, as he obtained one A*, three A’s, three B’s, one C and a Merit, Distinction* and Pass.

Sanjay attended intervention after school to further his revision schedule, and said he was “able to obtain these results due to the support given by the Teachers at Carr Manor”.

He is planning to study at Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College in Leeds.

We also obtained impressive results in other school years, as our Year 10 pupils received grades in 17 separate non-core subjects with many impressive outcomes for pupils. This year computer science, GCSE PE and Spanish attained the strongest results.

Our younger pupils have also achieved good results this year in Reception (Good Levels of Development); Year 1 (Phonics) and Year 2 (SATs) showing continued improvement and in line with national levels.