We have just received the first government analysis of this year’s GCSE results and we are pleased to share that the progress our students make is significantly above the national average. The average national progress measure is 1000; Sackville’s for 2014 is 1013. This places Sackville in the top third of schools nationally.
Progress of all groups was positive, and many significantly positive. You can see the full details of our progress here. This follows last month’s announcement that our A2 and AS level results are also significantly above the national average. A good year for Sackville, and predictions for 2015 are looking even stronger!
Our dancers and gymnasts showed amazing energy levels and commitment in the last week of term to produce an outstanding display of athleticism and choreography. More than four hundred students in years 7 to 10 were involved. Well done to them all!
Passengers at Gatwick were entertained on Thursday December 11th to a medley of carols from the Sackville Choir.
All the old favourites were sung with the trademark Sackville enthusiasm. Checking in has never been this jolly before.
Read more in the next issue of Sackville News – a bumper Christmas special due out on December 19th.
Year 9 students visited Paris this term to both fine tune their language skills and imbibe the Gallic culture.
Students visited the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Palais de Versailles and of course Parc Asterix. Read more in the next issue of Sackville News.