GCSE Results 2017

Once again, congratulations go to the students of Lostock Hall Academy, who despite the new more challenging GCSEs nationally, have been successful in achieving results to be proud of. 

With 86% of Lostock Hall Academy students achieving a grade 4 and above in English compared to 70% nationally and 78% achieved in maths there were a lot of students, staff and parents reaping the benefits of a lot of hard work. Nationally it has been reported that the proportion of students achieving good GCSE passes in England has fallen this year, with changes in exams and gradings, including a new nine-point scale in the key subjects of English and maths. We are also proud to note that in addition a number of students joined the top 3% in the country achieving the top grade 9 in maths and the top 2% nationally for English Language.

Head Boy Josh Mansfield achieved 3 A* and 5 As, alongside other outstanding achievers such as Abigail Bowie 7 A*and 2 As, Ethan Cain 5 A*s and 3 As, Ben Robinson with 4 A* and 5 As, Amber Griffith 2 A* and 6 As, Ryan Stubbs 1 A** 3 A* and 5 As, Emily Colbourne 1 A*and 7As and Adam Shamsuddin with 4 A* and As are just a few of the students who have demonstrated the high levels of achievement expected at Lostock Hall Academy.

and drive for excellence, students were also celebrating in a wide range of subjects with C and above grades. Subjects such as History 89%, PE 83% the sciences and ICT ranging from 90% to 100% to name just a few. As South Ribble High School of the Year for the second year running, our continued belief in sport and the more creative subjects have also been demonstrated in the results.<\p>

Mrs Gorman, Headteacher at Lostock Hall Academy said “The Governing Body and I are proud of not only the results, but the resilience, hard work and determination shown by the students and staff this year against the backdrop of continuing upheaval in education. We would like to also thank all those parents and carers who have been fully supportive of not only their child but the academy staff in helping to ensure the very best for their child. We wish all our students moving on every success for the future.”



Qualification NameA*/A
(En/Ma
Grade 7+)
A*/C%
(En/Ma
Grade 4+)
9-5 %
(En/Ma
Grade 5+)
Applied Art27.3
54.5
Art Design
16.7
79.2

Biology
44
100

Business Communications
5
50

Chemistry
72
100

Computer Science
33.3
66.7

Drama
0
50

English Language
23.9
81
72
English Literature
19.5
77.8
53
Food Technology
20
75

French
37.5
87.5

Geography
14
48.8

History
41.8
89.1

ICT TLM
50
100

It GCSE
54.5
100

Mathematics
15.9
78
62
Music
25
81.3
Physical Education
36.7
83.3

Physics
52
100

Resistant Materials
5
70

Science Additional
15.1
69.8
Science Core
8.1
72.1

Textiles
26.3
89.5

Once again, congratulations go to the students of Lostock Hall Academy, who despite the new more challenging GCSEs nationally, have been successful in achieving results to be proud of. 

With 86% of Lostock Hall Academy students achieving a grade 4 and above in English compared to 70% nationally and 78% achieved in maths there were a lot of students, staff and parents reaping the benefits of a lot of hard work. Nationally it has been reported that the proportion of students achieving good GCSE passes in England has fallen this year, with changes in exams and gradings, including a new nine-point scale in the key subjects of English and maths. We are also proud to note that in addition a number of students joined the top 3% in the country achieving the top grade 9 in maths and the top 2% nationally for English Language.

Head Boy Josh Mansfield achieved 3 A* and 5 As, alongside other outstanding achievers such as Abigail Bowie 7 A*and 2 As, Ethan Cain 5 A*s and 3 As, Ben Robinson with 4 A* and 5 As, Amber Griffith 2 A* and 6 As, Ryan Stubbs 1 A** 3 A* and 5 As, Emily Colbourne 1 A*and 7As and Adam Shamsuddin with 4 A* and As are just a few of the students who have demonstrated the high levels of achievement expected at Lostock Hall Academy.

With the continued success and drive for excellence, students were also celebrating in a wide range of subjects with C and above grades. Subjects such as History 89%, PE 83% the sciences and ICT ranging from 90% to 100% to name just a few. As South Ribble High School of the Year for the second year running, our continued belief in sport and the more creative subjects have also been demonstrated in the results.

Mrs Gorman, Headteacher at Lostock Hall Academy said “The Governing Body and I are proud of not only the results, but the resilience, hard work and determination shown by the students and staff this year against the backdrop of continuing upheaval in education. We would like to also thank all those parents and carers who have been fully supportive of not only their child but the academy staff in helping to ensure the very best for their child. We wish all our students moving on every success for the future.”





2017 GCSE Results

Qualification NameA*/A
(En/Ma
Grade 7+)
A*/C%
(En/Ma
Grade 4+)
9-5 %
(En/Ma
Grade 5+)
Applied Art27.3
54.5
Art Design
16.7
79.2

Biology
44
100

Business Communications
5
50

Chemistry
72
100

Computer Science
33.3
66.7

Drama
0
50

English Language
23.9
81
72
English Literature
19.5
77.8
53
Food Technology
20
75

French
37.5
87.5

Geography
14
48.8

History
41.8
89.1

ICT TLM
50
100

It GCSE
54.5
100

Mathematics
15.9
78
62
Music
25
81.3

Physical Education
36.7
83.3

Physics
52
100

Resistant Materials
5
70

Science Additional
15.1
69.8

Science Core
8.1
72.1

Textiles
26.3
89.5