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GCSE Results Day

Bridge Learning Campus is pleased to announce that GCSE results have improved for the third year in a row with many individual success stories to celebrate.

 

This year, the school celebrates 100 percent pass rates across eight different subjects, with more students achieving a strong pass Grade 5 and above in English and Maths.

 

In English, 73 percent of students achieved a pass in GCSE English, surpassing the 2018 national average, and progress across all subjects has improved by almost one whole grade per student since 2017.

 

Headteacher, Rupert Maule, said "I am pleased that the hard work of the students and their teachers has been rewarded by these results. Students have responded positively to the high expectations we have introduced for all our pupils and have risen to the challenge. It is our ambition to be one of the best schools in the South West and to be in the top 20 percent of schools nationally. Results in English show the high standards that we can reach and the improved results in all other areas show that we are on the right path to achieving our ambition. We continue to have the highest expectations of what Bridge Learning Campus can achieve for all its young people and I am confident and determined that we will secure further improvements in future years.

 

Mark Davies, CEO of Trust in Learning Academies (TiLA) which runs Bridge Learning Campus, said: "These results demonstrate very clearly that Bridge is going on the right direction, has the right leadership and is making a big difference to the life chances of young people. This is the third consecutive year of improvement at GCSE and every year the rate of improvement increases. Three years ago progress made by students at Bridge was well below that expected nationally. This is not the case this year, which shows good progress being made.

 

"Everyone associated with the campus should feel very proud of that achievement and I would like to thank students, parents and staff for their hard work, effort and support in helping us to achieve this. What is really exciting is that I know there is much more to come over the next few years under the leadership of Rupert Maule. 

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