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More great results at the Chiltern Hills Academy

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This is a text-only version of an article first published on Tuesday, 18 February 2014. Information shown on this page may no longer be current.

STUDENTS at the Chiltern Hills Academy in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, which is sponsored by the Diocese of Oxford have been congratulated after 51 per cent achieved five or more GCSEs at A* to C including English and Maths.

These statistics for those achieving five or more A* to c grades is now up to 75 per cent. Principal, Mr Kevin Patrick, said: "We are very pleased with the GCSE and BTEC results.

I am proud of the hard working students and I do appreciate the dedication of the staff in helping our students to achieve their potential.

We are an academy that is academically successful and underpinned by clear values and ethos. "Outstanding GCSE results were achieved by many students, the following should be particularly highlighted for achieving three or more 'A*' or 'A' grades at GCSE:Delores Andrade (1 A* and 3 A grades), Rachel Beaven (4 A* and 6 A grades), Jaye Chassebi (3 A grades) Connor Craven (four A grades), Sarah Cross (three A grades), Samanthaa Dixey (four A grades), Urukai Jambawo (eight A grades), Sophie Newton (eight A* and 1 A grade), Hannah Warren (three A grades)Over the last year at Chiltern Hills the £10 million building works have been underway and students and staff have been fantastic in working around the building works.

This is now all coming to fruition, with carpets being laid and painting underway in all of the new buildings.

The purpose-built Sixth Form was opened in July as was the new sports hall and changing facilities. Teachers are looking forward to seeing many of last year's Year 11 students, together with students from other schools, as they enrol for their Sixth Form courses.

The sixth form at Chiltern Hills has a range of course opportunities for both traditional A Levels and vocational courses.

With a relatively small sixth form, students are nurtured and encouraged in small teaching groups to achieve their very best whatever their interests and aspirations might be.


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