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file 44It has been another successful year for those students studying Post 16 courses at The Coleshill School. There have been many excellent results and individual successes and the whole schoolcommunity can be proud of what has been achieved. The results this year reflect the inclusive nature of our Sixth Form and the diverse range of subjects that we currently offer.

This was the first year for many of the new reformed A Levels to be examined and both students and teachers nationally have therefore been faced with new, more rigorous qualifications. We are therefore pleased that our students rose to the challenge, with almost 40% of grades at A*-B.

‘We are pleased with the performance of our students. These results are the culmination of their hard work and the dedication of the teachers and the Sixth Form Team who have supported them.’

Ian Smith-Childs
Headteacher

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This year we are proud to also recognise the achievements of our students who are part of the Deon Burton Football Academy. Students from Warwickshire and the wider region have spent the year studying for Level 2 and 3 BTEC Sport Diploma, as well as training and playing football to a very high standard. The results in the Level 3 Diploma were very pleasing with the majority of students achieving high merits and some distinctions. A number of boys who studied the Level 2 course have now graduated to the Level 3 course for next year, which is a great achievement.

On the pitch the ‘Rochdale Mids’ teams have achieved great success, with the first team finishing 3rd and the second team finishing 6th in their respective leagues.  We are also proud to see three of our stars, Steven Simpson, Justice Campbell and Luke McGinnell gain places at The Player Academy at St George’s Park, where they are excelling as elite young players.

These results have given our students the best chance for the next stage in their education or employment. The majority of our students have gained places in their first choice universities or colleges, with 30% attending Russell Group universities, whilst other students have secured quality apprenticeships. Some students are taking a gap year and applying for university starting in 2019 and one student has gone into full time employment. We wish all of our students the very best of luck in this next exciting phase of their lives and remind them that The Coleshill School is their school and they are always welcome to return.

We are very proud of all of our students and note some outstanding performers below:

Niamh Dolaghan A English Literature, A Psychology, B Law
Bethany Watts B Drama and Theatre Studies, B English Language, B English Literature
Hannah Smyth A Economics, B Biology, D Mathematics
Katie Harvey A Psychology, C English Literature, C Mathematics
Alexander Truman B Business Studies, B Economics, Merit IT, B EPQ (highest progress in the year)
Luke McGinnell Triple Distinction Sport Extended Diploma

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END OF TERM, EXAM COLLECTION AND START OF AUTUMN TERM DATES

END OF TERM

School will finish at 12.15pm on Friday 20th July and the usual busses will collect students at this earlier time.  If for any reason they wish to stay in school and be collected at 3.10 as normal then there will be staff available to supervise.  Please can you contact school to let us know if this is the case.

EXAM RESULTS - A LEVEL AND GCSE

The school will be open from 9.00am till 11.30am for students to collect results:

Year 12 and 13 can pick up AS/A2 results on Thursday 16th August

Year 11 can pick up GCSE results on Thursday 23rd August

If any student is not able to pick up their results in person they must give written, signed, permission to the person who they wish to pick up their results. Alternatively you give a stamped, addressed, A4 sized envelope to Mrs Hodgkinson, who will then post your results to you.  They will arrive within one week of the results day.

Year 11 students will be asked to confirm their next destination, whether it is Sixth Form or an alternative, via a simple registration process.

AUTUMN TERM - BACK TO SCHOOL 

Year 7 and 12 start school at 8.45am on Tuesday 4th September

All years are in school from 8.45am on Wednesday 5th September

On Tuesday 17th July we held the Year 8 Awards Evening 

The awards were for recognition of commitment to school life and extra-curricular activities.  Teachers nominated the students for their outstanding work they do in lessons every day.

Mr Smith-Childs said "I am so proud of all the effort and hard work that our students have put in this year.  They are all amazing our the awards are really well deserved. Everybody has a talent - we just have to find it and then embrace and nurture it".

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On Thursday 17th July we held the Year 9 Awards Evening 

The awards were for recognition of commitment to school life and extra-curricular activities.  Teachers nominated the students for their outstanding work they do in lessons every day.

Mr Smith-Childs said "I am so proud of all the effort and hard work that our students have put in this year.  They are all amazing our the awards are really well deserved".

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