Scarisbrick Hall School Grade 1 in all aspects and areas
Scarisbrick Hall School now joins an elite group of UK schools that has
Grade 1 outcomes across all areas and phases of the school.
Our recent ISI report is welcome proof that we are building a better future to become the North West’s most progressive and forward-thinking educational establishment.
“Early Years provision is outstanding in meeting children’s needs”
“The pupils’ excellent achievement reflects exemplary attitudes to their learning and a willingness to think for themselves”
“The contribution of curricular and extra-curricular provision is excellent"
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2019: 95% GCSE Pass Rate
Pupils at Scarisbrick Hall School are once again celebrating their GCSE successes. Pass rates remain consistently high and the number of passes at the higher grades have once again increased. Overall, pupils at the school achieved a 95% pass rate (A*-C, 9 – 4) with over a third of grades at A*/A (9-7). We are also delighted to see that more than two thirds of the grades were at A* - B level.
Personal achievement was also high with Hannah Corder achieving 10 subjects at grade 9 and Grace McCormack achieving 100% A*/A in all of her subjects. Oliver McKeown and Ryan Halliwell were delighted with their results gaining over 17 A*/A grades between them.
2019: Record Breaking A Level Results for Scarisbrick Hall School
100% Pass Rate with 57% A*/A and 77% A* - B
It was an exceptional year for students at Scarisbrick Hall School with the majority of results at A*/A. A staggering 57% of all grades achieved were at A*/A with 77% A*- B and 100% pass rate. This is the third year in a row where the school has achieved an enviable 100% pass rate at A Level. The results place Scarisbrick Hall School as the top Independent School in the region.
All of the examinations sat were full A levels, with pupils going on to study at some of the highest ranked universities in the world. Head Boy, Reece Parkinson, was delighted with A* A* A (Economics, Chemistry and Mathematics) and will be taking up his first choice offer to study Chemistry at The University of Manchester.
Oxford University Coding finalist, Harry Trigg gained AAA as well as a scholarship to study Computer Science at The University of Lancaster. Evie Day achieved A* in English as well as an A in Mathematics and will be taking a year out to volunteer before confirming her University place.
The English Faculty were delighted with their results with all their candidates achieving A*/A grades. Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Computer Science also achieved 100% A*/A. Students studied a range of subjects to the highest level and have thoroughly enjoyed the bespoke tutoring and external lectures that they have received at the school.
Putting the stunning grades to one side, Mr Shaw (Headmaster) was keen to highlight the hard work that the students had put into their life beyond the classroom. They have supported global citizenship projects in Laos, contributed to local volunteering, taken significant leadership roles and become outstanding young men and women.
The Sixth Form at Scarisbrick Hall School has quickly established itself as a place where pupils not only achieve the highest results in the region but also develop themselves to make a difference in the world. We wish them all the best as they commence their further studies.