The John Roan School opened as a new academy as part of United Learning on 1st September 2019. We expect to receive a full Section 5 Ofsted inspection in our third year of opening.

A Level Results 2021

Sixth Form students at The John Roan School are set to take up university offers at some of the UK’s most prestigious institutions, with many receiving their first choice places.

Just under 20% of this year’s Year 13 cohort will be going to prestigious Russell Group universities including 3 to Queen Mary’s University, London and 3 to the University of Cardiff.

This cohort look set to change the world with no less than 5 students choosing to study Politics or Politics with another subject such as History, and a further 5 have chosen Biomedical Science or Biomedical Engineering.

Among those individuals celebrating were:

  • Amanda Riney-Lucas achieved A*A*A* in History, Politics and English, and is off to Newcastle to study Politics with International Relations
  • Orion Taylor achieved A*A*A in History, English and Photography, and will be going to the University of Leeds to study English with Creative Writing
  • Lulu Pennicot-Banks who achieved A*A*A in History, Politics and English, and is going to study History with Politics at UCL
  • Gramos Krasniqi, who will be taking up a place at Cardiff University to study Politics
  • David Nguyen is also going to Cardiff to study Accounting & Finance
  • Kim Nguyen will be going to Queen Mary’s University, London to study Law
  • Ethan Shoben is also going to Queen Mary’s to study Politics
  • Syeda Bibi will be studying Biomedical Science at the University of Surrey
  • Dianna Abou Ioussif will be going to Keele University to study Biomedical Science too
  • Claire Bushi who will be going to Exeter to study Psychology

GCSE Results 2021

“I would like to congratulate each of our students who are celebrating today. Their hard work and dedication have been exemplary over the past 18 months, where they have risen to the challenges that Covid-19 has presented us all with but has not let that distract from their learning and studying for their GCSEs. It is always pleasing to see students celebrate their achievements and whilst this year is different to normal years today’s grades are as important and relevant to these students’ lives and to their hard work as ever. We are very proud of our 2021 cohort and we look forward to welcoming so many of them back to their new bespoke Sixth Form Centre in September.”

Cath Smith, Principal

Some of our top performers include:Aeden achieved eight Grade 9s and two Grade 8s

  • Daniel Kennett-Brown, who was awarded nine Grade 9s and one Grade 8;
  • Aedan Bullen, who was awarded eight Grade 9s and two Grade 8s;
  • Abya Nouar, who was awarded four Grade 9s, four Grade 8s and two Grade 7s;
  • Hamish Stewart, who was awarded three Grade 9s, four Grade 8s, one Grade 7 and a Grade 5;
  • Lydia Shoben, who was awarded four Grade 9,s, three Grade 8s and one Grade 7;
  • Nadya Dawson, who was awarded three Grade 9s, three Grade 8s, two Grade 7s and two Grade 6s.
  • Outcomes at Key Stage 4 2020

    Outcomes at Key Stage 4 2020

    Outcomes at Key Stage 4 for all students, including disadvantaged students, have improved rapidly over the last two year, especially in English and Maths.

    The table below shows outcomes for the Basics Measure (achieving GCSE grades in English and Maths at the key thresholds of grade 7, grade 5 and grade 4). Attainment 8, which includes outcomes for three EBACC subjects (History, Geography, Science, Computer Science or MFL) and three other subjects. The maximum outcome is 90, and an outcome of 50 would mean an average of grade 5 across subjects.

Orion Taylor & Lulu Pennicot-Banks with Principal, Cath Smith

Orion achieved A*A*A in History, English and Photography, and will be going to the University of Leeds to study English with Creative Writing. Lulu achieved A*A*A in History, Politics and English, and is going to study History with Politics at UCL

Lorina Hoti, Lulu Pennicot-Banks & Hodhan Hirsi

Lorina is off to the University if Surrey to study Media & Communications, and Hodhan is starting an apprenticeship.

Yael Pereira is off to Exeter to study Accounting & Finance

Yael Pereira is off to Exeter University to study Accounting & Finance

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