Cardinal Langley performance tables
Due to the current global pandemic the DfE will not be releasing any performance table
ANOTHER YEAR OF TEACHER ASSESSMENT
Our recent examination cohort have experienced a journey like no other and have had to endure a very different examination season not dissimilar to last year’s cohort. As ever, our students responded brilliantly to the ever-changing climate and we are so proud of how Cardinal Langley students coped with the difficulties of not sitting their examinations.
Therefore, once again we had to revert to an internal system and as was widely publicised in the press we had to use a system of Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) and through this rigorous internal moderation process we are still able to celebrate some exceptional successes across the board at Key Stage 4 and 5.
Whilst this year has meant we are unable to comment on the progress of each student or indeed each school we are still able to celebrate subject and individual successes.
At Key Stage 4 Bethany Wykes was delighted with her results (6 grade 9s and 4 grade 8s) and is looking forward to continuing her studies at Cardinal Langley Sixth Form with A levels in history, English literature, psychology and maths. Devon King achieved six grade 9s, three grade 8s and a grade 7. He is very pleased with his final results and will be moving on to study maths, further maths, physics and psychology. Fin Murden achieved five grade 9s along with three grade 8s and two 7s. Fin was delighted with his results and will now move on to study English literature, economics, history and maths. Erin Cayton achieved four grade 9s, five grade 8s and a grade 5. She was absolutely delighted with her results and will continue the hard work with A level studies in English literature, biology, psychology and RE at Cardinal Langley Sixth Form. Connie McNally achieved four grade 9s, five grade 8s and a grade 7 and is joining us to study chemistry, biology, criminology and PE. Lola Lawrence achieved four grade 9s, an 8, a 7, three 6s and a grade 5 and is joining us to study English literature, history and criminology.
Again, at Key Stage 5 we recorded simply outstanding results with many students celebrating first choice university destinations and beating every expectation. Daniel Haslam achieved four A* grades and said, “I am really pleased with my results, especially chemistry, but I don’t think it has sunk in yet.” Daniel will be going to The University of Manchester to study Physics. Agnieszka Marecka achieved three A*s as well as an A grade and is off to study Law at The University of Liverpool. Agnieszka was delighted with her results is looking forward to celebrating her success with her family. Fraser McNab achieved three A*s as well as an A grade and is looking forward to studying Maths at University College London. Terence Quinn achieved an A* and four A grades and is looking forward to studying Medicine at Lancaster. Emma Walkley achieved two A*s and an A grade and will be studying PPE at Manchester.
Another very successful year in extremely challenging circumstances.