Fairfield High School (FHS) students are celebrating an excellent set of GCSE results, demonstrating their commitment to their studies despite the challenges that this year’s cohort have faced over the last two years.
Over 35.4% of grades achieved in FHS this year were a grade 7 or above. Students demonstrated excellence across a range of subjects reflecting the hard work of students, staff and families. One student’s results were notably exceptional with 10 grade 9s.
Many students reached standards well above those that might have been expected when they started at FHS. FHS prides itself on recognising the success of all students, regardless of their starting point. Staff at FHS spent the following days and weeks ensuring that all students are able to progress to their next stage of education.
Principal Nick Lewis said: “We are extremely proud of our Year 11s. They have achieved great results. These achievements are even greater when we consider their impact on the school and wider community. They leave not just with wonderful results but an education that prepares them for life. The support of parents/guardians and staff has been instrumental in students gaining good grades and I would like to thank them for all they have done, they have gone above and beyond. As our students start their next chapter in life, I want to wish them all the best for the future.”
Congratulations FHS students!