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Exam Dates / Results

School Comparative Report: National Reading and Numeracy Tests (April / May 2016)

WNTSchoolComparativeSummaryReport6784051201609011613166465.pdf

Year 11 Exam Dates - Maths

  • Numeracy Paper 1 - Wednesday 2/11/16 (am) - 1hr 45mins
  • Numeracy Paper 2 - Friday 4/11/16 (am) - 1hr 45mins
  • Maths Paper 1 - Tuesday 8/11/16 (am) - 1hr 45mins
  • Maths Paper 2 Thursday 10/11/16 (am) - 1hr 45mins

To support our families and pupils this year we are holding a MATHS PARENTS' EVENING on Wednesday 21st September 2016.  We are looking forward to sharing vital progress information with you during the evening.

Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 Successes

We are thrilled to celebrate the fantastic outcomes achieved by our Year 11 and Year 13 students this year in Essential Skills Wales and Welsh Baccalaureate. These are our best results in these areas to date.

Key-Stage-4-and-Key-Stage-5-Successes.docx

 

Key Stage 3 National Curriculum Assessment Results

Summary of National Curriculum Assessment results of pupils in the school (2015) and nationally (2014) at the end of Key Stage 3 as a percentage of those eligible for assessment.

Please click on the link to download the data KS3-P2-School-2015-Wales.docx

Results Summer 2016

Collecting certificates

Please note: that no certificates will be given out from the end of term the summer term until the 14th December.

  • Year 11 and Year 12 continuing at Croesyceiliog: can collect your certificates from the sixth form foyer on the Tuesday 13th December.

  • Those leaving : can collect their certificates from the print room ‘B’ floor, West building, on the Thurs 15th December.

 

 

Exam Dates / Results

 

Croesyceiliog GCSE Results Day Press Release 2017

 We are delighted to celebrate our pupils’ outstanding performance at GCSE level this year with 63% of our pupils gained 5 or more GCSE grades at A*-C. We are very proud of the achievements of all of our 275 pupils and wish them well on their chosen future pathway. We look forward to welcoming many of our students back into our thriving sixth form in September.

Many pupils achieved the highest A*/A grades in all or most of their subjects including Oliver Alderson, Rachel Bull, Elliott Cocker, Georgia Day, Meghan Hopkins, Delyth Jones, Macey Jones, Rhys Jones, Sarah McCarthy, Martha Pugh and Nia Taylor.

These pleasing GCSE results follow on from our excellent A-level results, making this another successful year for Croesyceiliog School. We would like to congratulate our pupils and their families, our hard-working staff and our supportive governors.

Rachel Bull

 

 Sarah McCarthy and Rosie Merriman

Meghan Hopkins

 Nia Taylor

Macey Jones

Oliver Alderson

Georgia Day and Sara Bouloum

 

2017 A-level Results Day Press Release

We are very proud of our Year 13 students and their teachers for achieving outstanding results again this year. Overall, 97% of students gained at least 2 A levels or equivalent at grades A*- E.  12% of our students gained at least 3 A*- A grades which is our best result in recent years. We are thrilled that 30% of students achieved A*- A grade at Advanced Welsh Baccalaureate.

Students who achieved at least 3 A*- A grades (or equivalent) in their subjects are: 

Georgia Bailey, Eva Bowler, Rhiannon Chilcott, Hannah Godfrey, Geri McNamara, Jonny Mundy-Jones, Joe Pugh, Iona Stewart, Polly Summers and Dewi Taylor.

Our students are going on to study a wide range of degree courses including aeronautical engineering, law, politics, physiotherapy, midwifery and philosophy. They have chosen universities around the UK including Russell Group universities.

We are also delighted with the performance of many of our Year 12 students, including several students who have achieved 3 A grades at AS level.

Colin Crick, Chair of Governors, congratulated all members of the teaching staff and students on these excellent results which confirmed the Governors support for Sixth Form provision at Croesyceiliog School.

 

Mr David Taylor (Head Teacher)

A Level Students

Georgia Bailey, Polly Summers and Hannah Godfrey

 

Geri McNamara and Holly Clark

Jonny Mundy-Jones

Gwennen Ward, Caitlin Hennessy, Rhiannon Chilcott and Georgia Bailey

Nia Davies and Angharad Day

AS Students

Alex Matthews

Jamie Davies and Harri Seymour

Will Black, Josh Travers, Iestyn Price and Rory Thomas