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School News

 
 
GCSE Results 2017

 

Congratulations to all students at Richard Lander School who have gained excellent results this year. 

Over 70% of students gained 5 or more good passes including English and maths.  Our English results were a particular highlight with over 85% of students gaining a level 4 or above – which is the new grading system corresponding to the old A*-C grade. 

30% of our students gained 3 or more A/A* grades (or the equivalent ‘number’ in English / maths

20% of students gained 5 or more A/A* or equivalent grades.

Overall, it is difficult to compare this year’s results with previous years as there has been so much change with new exam syllabi and a 9-1 numbering system replacing the A*-G lettering system in English and maths.  That said, our early analysis of results is very encouraging indeed.  Congratulations to all students who have worked so hard to gain these results. 

A special mention to the following students who gained 10 or more A/A* grades or equivalent: Finn Howard (13), Josephine Cowley (12), Lottie Shipp (12), Madelaine Collins (11), Dulcie Havers (11), Benjamin Keast (11), Kitty McDermott (11), Zak Minett (11), Jools Clarke (10), Meryn George-Carter (10), Nathan Lawrence (10), Cailtin Marshall (10), Jenna Michaels (10), Alexander Moreman (10), Amelia Sharp (10), Emily Smith (10)


For a printable copy of our 2017/2018 term dates and INSET days please click here

A timetable of lunchtime and after school sports clubs is available here

Boys fixtures are available here

Girls fixtures are available here 

 


We invite parents and carers to share their views regarding Richard Lander School, by clicking on the link below. You will be guided as to how to register so that you can share your views.

https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/link-to-us

 

September

26 Year 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11 Netball vs Camborne - Away

27 South West Swimming Championships in Bristol

27 Year 7 - Art Trips to Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens and Lanhydrock.

27 Year 10 Assembly - Introduction to Cambridge

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