Canons achieves outstanding GCSE and A' Level Results
Students and staff at Canons High School are celebrating the institution's best ever GCSE and A Level results.
In 2013 the percentage of students gaining 5 or more GCSE passes at grades A* - C including English and Mathematics is 70%, up from 64% last summer.
At A'Level 87% achieved grades of A* to C, with 26.1% of grades achieved at A* to A
Lynn Rowlands, Headteacher, said: “We are absolutely thrilled with the excellent results. I am delighted for our students and for our team of staff who have helped our students to achieve so highly. I would like to thank our dedicated staff and our wonderful students for their hard work and commitment”.
Ofsted judge Canons High School ‘Outstanding’ in all categories
We were judged ‘Outstanding’ in all categories following our latest Ofsted inspection on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th June 2013
Overall effectiveness: Outstanding:1
Achievement of pupils: Outstanding:1
Quality of teaching: Outstanding:1
Behaviour and safety: Outstanding:1
Leadership & management: Outstanding:1
The new Ofsted framework is incredibly rigorous and schools are given just half a day’s notice. To be graded ‘Outstanding’ means that outstanding student progress, together with high quality teaching and learning happens at our school every day and over a number of years.
Click below to read from the Harrow Observer
Government's Performance Tables:
||Canons High in top 10 Schools/Colleges in London and top 1% in the Country|
||Canons High in top 3% Nationally|
The DfE school performance tables for A LEVEL and GCSE results in 2012 showed us in the top 1% of Schools/Colleges nationally for 'value added' and in the top 10 of schools and colleges in London for A Level
For GCSE we were in the top 3% of schools in the country for pupil progress. Also we were ranked second in Harrow for 'value added' at GCSE.
Please click below to read a letter of congratulations sent by the Minister of State for Schools