Record breaking year at Co-op Academy Bebington
Co-op Academy Bebington are celebrating their best results ever today.
Co-op Academy Bebington are celebrating their best results ever today. With a 12-21% increase in 4s and 5s in Maths and English from 2019. Despite Covid and a flood that meant Year 11’s were working from home for the first half term.
Ms Kelly, Headteacher said,
“This morning was a huge celebration for staff and students and smiles abounded. I am so proud that despite Covid and the school flood in September 2021, which disrupted the school until Feb 2022, our fantastic students rose to the challenge.
Staff gave up Saturday mornings, every holiday period and after school time to work with our students and that dedication and professionalism clearly paid off.”
Co-op Academy Bebington’s post 16 level 3 results were outstanding too and 100% of Year 13 students got their 1st choice university place or their choice of jobs.
The Academy has worked extensively on its improvement journey and is now a school of choice with students appealing for places in the school.
Ms Kelly said, “Congratulations to all, we truly are living our core professional purpose; “Shaping Exceptional Futures”
Of particular note were the results of Thomas Ogley who achieved 3 grade 9s and 5 grade 8s at GCSE and Cameron Sudlow who achieved AAB grades at A level.
Staff at the Wirral school worked hard to make sure every student got the support they needed to succeed.
“We are so proud of the students’ results this year, which is a record-breaking GCSE year for the academy. The students and staff have overcome so much to achieve these results. This demonstrates what a fantastic job Ms Kelly is doing leading the academy into a bright future” – Nick Lowry, Regional Director for Co-op Academies Trust