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  • Congratulations to Alde Valley A level students on another set of outstanding results! Alde Valley School students celebrated their successes in this year’s A level and AS level results, marking yet another year of excellent academic and personal achievements for the students ...
    Posted 21 Aug 2014 10:03 by Wendy Butcher
  • Our Young Poets This collection of poems is the result of a gifted and talented English department poetry day which was held in June 2014 at the Sixth Form centre. Poet in residence ...
    Posted 23 Jul 2014 05:36 by Robin Oxborrow
  • Academy Conversion Consultation We are running consultation events to give parent and the local community the opportunity to find out more about the proposed conversion of Alde Valley School to academy status. Come ...
    Posted 4 Jul 2014 07:11 by Admin Admin
  • Speedway Visitor Year 7 pupils got an unexpected surprise at the start of their PE lesson when fellow Year 9 pupil and budding Speedway star, Macauley Leek, turned up in his leathers ...
    Posted 4 Jul 2014 06:25 by Wendy Butcher
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From The Headteacher

  • Results Success

    Alde valley students celebrated their successes in both A level & AS level results, marking yet another year of personal achievements for our students.

    We are pleased to see so many of our students achieving their places at a wide range of universities including Cambridge, Sheffield, Nottingham, and Kent. These results demonstrate the hard work of staff in enabling our students to reach their destination of choice.

    Anne Marie Oaten, Head of Sixth Form

    KS4 Results

    We are really proud of our students’ achievements. There are a considerable number of personal successes.

    Our English results were impressive with 67% of our students achieving A*-C and 76% achieving expected progress. This is despite a decrease in English results nationally. 

    Thank you to our parents for their support and to our staff and students for their tremendous hard work.

    Emma Laflin, Acting Headteacher
    Posted 1 Sep 2014 03:20 by Admin Admin
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