Pupils at Bridge House Independent School achieved an impressive set of GCSE results, which confirm the school’s leading status nationwide in securing outcomes for some of the most vulnerable and challenging pupils in Lincolnshire.
One result that caught the eye was Patrick Parker’s Grade 8 (formerly A*) in Art, following his award for Secondary Young Artist of the Year in the Lincolnshire Media Golden Apple Education Awards.
“93% of our pupils have left with five or more GCSEs,” said Head Teacher Carl Smith. “Of those, 78% achieved seven or more GCSEs. This puts us at the very top of our educational sector.”
Joe Hardstaff, Assistant Head Teacher, added: “We are also delighted with the performance of our pupils at the top end of the GCSE grades. Two pupils achieved eight GCSEs at Grades 4-9, which bears comparison with any school-leaver.
“We also achieved our first Grade 8 results, which shows that we can offer a comprehensive education to pupils, wherever they lie on the academic spectrum.”
Bridge House would like to wish all of its pupils good luck: whether at college, grammar school sixth form, apprenticeship or work.
OFSTED is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages.
Bridge House was last inspected during December 2016, where we are pleased to announce our school achieved 'OUTSTANDING' in ALL areas of inspection.