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GCSE Results….very good progress!

We are pleased that there is a real improvement on last year’s results.

 

Provisionally we sit at 58% of students gaining five A*- C including English and Maths

  • - Positive Progress 8, + 0.65 (was –0.35 last year- a significant improvement)
  • - Attainment 8 : 4.59 (was 4.54 last year)
  • - English and Maths threshold - 62% (41% last year)

 

Subject results- percentage of grades A*-C

  • - Art and Design (up from 35% in 2015 to 61% in 2016)
  • - Computing Technology (up from 43% to 58%)
  • - English (combined Language and Literature, which is the new Government measure - 73%)
  • - Geography (up from 47% to 53%)
  • - History (up from 68% to 74%)
  • - Maths (up from 49% to 65%)
  • - Music (up from 12% to 54%)
  • - PE (up from 53% to 81%)
  • - RS (up from 69% to 86%)
  • - Science (further additional up from 23% to 68%)
  • - Economics (58% - this was our first year group)

 

Elizabeth Sims-Executive Headmistress

CONGRATULATIONS ON OUR BEST EVER A LEVEL RESULTS

Tenison's students celebrate with Ms Fox- Head of Sixth FormTenison’s students are celebrating our best ever set of A Level results.

We had a 100% A Level pass rate and a high percentage of A and B grades. Every student who wanted to go to University has achieved a place and nearly everyone got on to their first choice course.

We have students going on to many of the most prestigious universities including Warwick, Kings College London, Loughborough and Glasgow. Science courses were the most popular university choices with students gaining places to study Chemical, Civil and Mechanical Engineering.

History A Level did especially well with 100% getting an A or B grade and all our students in Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computing, Art and Arabic got at least a grade C.

Congratulations to everyone and well done as well to the teachers…now for the celebrations before it’s down to the hard work on our University courses!

We are proud to say that for the fifth year running we have no NEETS (not in education training or employment) leaving the school.

“Around the school, students are considerate to each other and to staff. Without exception, they say they would recommend the school to others”
OFSTED 2012

 

 

                                                           

 

Archbishop Tenison's School is a mixed
Church of England secondary school
federated with St. Mark's C of E Primary School

Archbishop Tenison's has a long and established tradition of educating young people since 1685 and this year we have enjoyed celebrating 330 years teaching and learning.

Mrs Elizabeth Sims, MA
Executive Headmistress of Archbishop Tenison’s and St Mark’s School

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“The Art Department at Tenison's has created a new website to showcase all of the wonderful work done by students across the year groups. ”

 

 

                                                           

 

 

New Year 7's Arrive!  

We extend a warm welcome to our new cohort of Year 7 boys and girls, who began their Tension's careers today

 

ACTIVITIES DAYS

he 13th and 14th July ATS students and staff came off timetable to participate in 2 activities days.  

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Jackear Petchey Awards July 16

On Monday 11th July, seven of our most recent Jack Petchey winners attended a dazzling awards ceremony held this year at Catford Broadway Theatre. 

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Year 10 Careers Day

​This year's Year 10 Careers Day took place on Friday 8th July. The event was a great success, 

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6th Form Leaver's Service

The Year 13 Graduation Ceremony represented the end of a long road, with all our Year 13 students now embarking on a new journey.

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The Year 11 Graduation Ceremony

The Year 11 Graduation Ceremony represented the end of a long road, with all our Year 11 students now embarking on a new journey. 

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