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Heyford Park Free School is pleased to announce its first ever GCSE results. Our Year 11, with 56 students taking their GCSE’s with us, achieved 64% Grade 4 and above in English and mathematics.  We had pleasing results in individual subjects with English achieving 80% Grade 4 and above and 67% of students achieving Grade 5 and above.  67% of students achieved a grade 4 and above in Maths and 73% gained a grade 4 and above in Science.
There are a number of students who have done exceptionally well. 
  • Asot Zakarian who joined the school in Year 10 from Armenia achieved 8 GCSEs at grade 6 and above including 3 grade 8’s.  Asot will be joining Heyford Park Sixth Form to study A Levels 
  • Megan Hockley studied 10 GCSEs and gained four grade 8’s and three grade 7s, one grade 6 and two grade 5. Megan will be joining Heyford Park Free School  Sixth Form to study A levels.
  • Thomas Brock studied 10 GCSE’s and gained 4 grade 7s as well as a grade 8; Thomas is joining Heyford Park Sixth Form to study A Levels 
  • Mathew Stewart studied 8 GCSEs and gained one grade 8, four grade 7s, one grade 6 and two grade 5s. He will be joining Heyford Park Sixth Form to study A Levels 
Karen Healey, Principal stated “Today is a historic and important day in Heyford Park Free School’s journey, and one we will look back on very fondly. As a new school, our first set of published exam results was inevitably going to be a real test of our model and approach, and we are therefore incredibly proud of the results that have been achieved today, but at the same time aspirational and ambitious for our students in the future. They are evidence that our small, inclusive and friendly school is providing our students with an environment that both challenges and supports them. I would like to congratulate every student, as well as all the staff, for the hard work and determination they have contributed in the run up to the exams. In designing the curriculum at the school we have been inspired by the proverb “it takes a village to raise a child”, so I would also like to take the opportunity to thank the families of our students, and the local community at Heyford Park, for their support and encouragement. 
The results this year are testament to the hard work of students and staff despite the increasing complexity of the GCSE examinations for both parties. I am very pleased to see how students have risen to the challenges and we wish them every success for the next stage of their lives, whether it is at HPFS sixth form or elsewhere.


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