Year 11 Parents Evening – Thursday 21st November 2019 – 4pm till 6pm
Sixth Form Open Evening – Thursday 5th December 2019 – 5pm till 7pm, Principals Address at 6pm
Students at The Victory Academy are today celebrating after collecting excellent exam results in A Level and vocational qualifications.
The Academy scored highly in A levels and continued its excellent track record of success in the vocational subjects, with an impressive average grade of Distinction achieved. The Victory Academy also underlined the value it adds to students by scoring exceptionally well in “progress” measures.
Overall, 56% of A level grades are A* to C, with impressive progress achieved by students from their GCSEs to today’s A levels – described by the Government as “above average”. This is a very strong improvement on last year and means the school added almost half a grade more per student in every subject than last year.
Meanwhile 44% of vocational entries achieved the top grade, Distinction, with students in these subjects achieving progress described by the Government as “well above average”.
The Victory Academy is a member of the Thinking Schools Academy Trust (TSAT), a family of 17 high-performing schools across the South East that prides itself on providing a high-quality education to all students, and the results today reflect the ongoing excellence of the school since it joined Thinking Schools. When it joined, then known as Bishop of Rochester Academy, it was rated Requires Improvement by Ofsted and had been issued a financial notice to improve (FNTI) by the Government. Since then, The Victory Academy has been transformed, achieving strong results and ensuring its finances are in excellent shape thanks to the Trust’s curriculum-led financial planning model.
Students at the Academy will go on to study at universities across the country – including:
Mandy Gage, Principal of The Victory Academy, said:
“These are brilliant results and I am so proud of our students in both A Levels and vocational subjects.
“Their success is down to their own hard work and continuous drive to succeed, the personal commitment and enthusiasm shown by our superb teachers, and the continued support of our parents. I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to this year’s results.
“What is particularly striking is the fantastic progress our students have made – having done so well in their GCSEs two years ago, these students have kicked on to achieve even more. Adding value and constant improvement are at the core of The Victory Academy and the Thinking Schools Academy Trust – and that is shown in today’s results.
“I wish all of our leaving students the best of luck in their next adventure.”