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GCSE results: Beal High School, Forest Academy and BBIH celebrate strong results

PUBLISHED: 17:04 20 August 2020 | UPDATED: 08:39 21 August 2020

Beal High School's Sam Kaizer, Sapphire Walters and Zain Hussain. Picture: Beacon Academy Trust

Beal High School's Sam Kaizer, Sapphire Walters and Zain Hussain. Picture: Beacon Academy Trust

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Students at Beal High School achieved strong results and the majority have enrolled or taken up in a place in the sixth form.

Vanessa Ilori from Beal High School. Picture: Beacon Academy TrustVanessa Ilori from Beal High School. Picture: Beacon Academy Trust

Top achiever Imaan Khaliq achieved grade 9s in all his subjects.

Another 23 students secured an average grade of 8.5 or higher.

Director of Key Stage 4, Rob Laird, said: “At Beal we are proud of the achievements of all of our students particularly at this time.

“Credit must go to what a wonderful group of students, their families and the staff for securing these excellent results.”

At sister school, Forest Academy, also run by Beacon Academy Trust, more than 50pc achieved good passes in English and maths.

Top student Isobel Rout achieved an impressive five grade 9s and three grade 8s.

Forest Academy principal Miz Mann said: “We are delighted to see an increase in the percentage of pupils achieving grade 4 and above in English and maths.

“Our students should be very proud and we wish them well in the future.”

The Beacon Business Innovation Hub (BBIH), an alternative provision Free school that opened in September 2014 and is also part of the trust, scored a second consecutive year of 100pc progression.

Four of its students are on their way to university.

BBIH principal Trevor Button said: “We are extremely proud of the results and the students. During a difficult year we have achieved a Good Ofsted report and our best ever set of results.

“The vast majority of our students have made exceptional progress with us. Every student who attended the school has a clear progression route into employment or training.

“We are proud of our four students progressing to university, it is an amazing achievement and we wish them every success in the future.”


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