GCSEPod has created something special for all teenagers across the world. They have invested in Cameron Parker and this exciting GCSEPod webinar – Motivation and Mind set.
This will be the first of many webinars to come. It is online, you can participate from the comforts of your own home, and there won’t be any pressure as your identity will remain anonymous. Therefore the time is now to start taking responsibility and grasp this opportunity with everything you have.
In this 60 minute webinar you will find out how you can achieve the below using your GCSEPod subscription:
- How to prepare for the new school year, so that you can get the grades you deserve.
- How to get motivated, when you really can’t be bothered.
- How to bounce back from lockdown with confidence.
- How to use anxiety and stress to your advantage.
- How to use school, so that you CAN have the future you want.
A-Level Results Day Press Release 2020
Enfield Grammar School A-Level students enjoyed another year of strong results in their sixth form programmes. We are incredibly proud of the achievements of all our students, despite all the uncertainty and circumstances we have found ourselves in. We continually strive to ensure each boy is able to give ‘As much as he can’ no matter what his starting point when he joins us; this mantra, and our support and guidance, have served our boys well.
In addition to maintaining our positive value added score for another year (meaning that students who attend Enfield Grammar School make better progress than they would at other schools), we have also maintained our high percentage of A-A* with an 17% of all grades.
40% of grades were graded A*-B. 69% of grades were calculated at A*-C with an average point score of 30.63 for A-Level students.
Technical qualifications were successfully introduced to Enfield Grammar School with an impressive average point score of 31.67.
Eleven students achieved at least A grades or better in their courses at Enfield Grammar School with many of our students gaining places at top universities and on higher apprenticeship schemes.
Fourteen students achieved an individual value added score above plus one, which means that on average, they achieved a grade higher than expected in each of their subjects.
All students have accepted or have been given the option to enter Higher Education, Apprenticeships or the world of work. The majority of students have accepted courses at their first choice university.
We wish all our boys well as they strive forward in this ever-changing world and ask them to stay in touch to help those who follow them in the coming years.
Mr Lamb, Headteacher Enfield Grammar School commented:
“It has been a pleasure working with our Year 13 students and seeing so many of them excel during their time at Enfield Grammar School. This has been a testing year and I am especially proud of our strong relationships with our boys and would like to thank all the staff for their commitment in supporting them and their families. It is great to see so many of our young men securing fantastic opportunities next year, not just at universities, but also with employers to follow degree apprenticeship programmes. We congratulate them and wish them every success as they move on. I look forward to seeing many of the class of 2020 at Old Boys’ events in the future”
Calling EGS students – do you have an innovative mind?
InvestIN is calling upon all students aged 12-18 to enter The Young Innovators Challenge. The winner will be awarded £50 of Amazon vouchers and a complimentary place on any of our Autumn Term career experience programmes.
Submit your boldest innovation. It must: – Have a name – Be in the form of a short video or piece of text – Explain: what it is, what it solves, how it works, why it’s important to you.
Look out for the email from Mr Pieri – what an opportunity!