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Covid Testing

Posted 27th Feb
We understand that some parents are experiencing issues opening the attachments regarding mass testing which was sent out yesterday, this is a situation beyond our control and will be investigated on Monday, because of this we will extend the deadline until 8am on Tuesday 2nd March

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A Level Students jumping

Fantastic Progress 8 Outcomes

Posted 10th Dec
Hedingham School is delighted with the fantastic Progress 8 outcome of 0.24. Progress 8 aims to capture the progress a student makes from the end of primary school to the end of secondary school. Students’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other students nationally with the same prior attainment.

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A Level Results

Posted 10th Dec
Hedingham School is delighted with another successful year at A Level with students achieving a good set of results. 96% of students gained a pass in their A Level examinations and a pleasing 62% achieved a pass rate at A* to C grade. 36% of students achieved A*-B. A special mention must go to the Art department where 11 of the students achieved an A* grade. These positive results continue to consolidate Hedingham’s reputation as a high achieving school. There were a number of notable individual performances. Alex McManus achieved 3 A* grades and 2 A’s and will now study Medicine at Cambridge. Sammy Perry recorded one A* and 2 A grades. Natasha Hill gained 3 A’s. Charlotte Fenner performed exceptionally well achieving 3 A’s,1 B and an A* in her EPQ. Khloe-Louise Baker and Charlotte Stone also gained excellent results achieving A*, A and B. Zoe Couch gained 2 A*’s, B and C. Finally, congratulations to Freddie Hoogewerf who has now achieved the qualifications (A* and 2 A’s) to study Medicine at Anglia Ruskin University.

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GCSE Results

Posted 10th Dec
Hedingham School is delighted with the fantastic GCSE results achieved by Year 11 students. Huge credit must go to their hard work and continued resilience throughout their examination journey. The examination results show a consistency in excellent outcomes for students in their GCSE examinations despite the more demanding nature of reformed GCSE courses. There were some impressive results in a number of subjects and a large number of outstanding individual performances by the students. Worthy of mention were Skye Bekir who achieved 4 Grade 9’s as well as a number of Grade 8’s and 7’s. Ali-Mae Brown deserves huge congratulations for securing 3 Grade 9’s, 4 Grade 8’s amongst other excellent results. Congratulations also must go to Jack Stoney who secured 4 Grade 9’s (three of which came in Physics, Chemistry and Biology) as well as a number of Grade 8’s and 7’s and also Alfie Weston, who managed to secure 4 Grade 9’s (including Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Geography).

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Super Skier

Posted 5th Jun
Hedingham School Year 10 student, Amber Gladin, was delighted to hear this week that she is now the third fastest skier in her age category in England! Fifteen year-old Amber who lives in Great Yeldham, took part at the end of May in the Club National competitions held in Norwich and Ipswich, competing against skiers from all over the country to achieve this accolade. She commented, ’I felt really happy that I was third in the country, but upset too because I could have skied better and been first as I was only 0.02 seconds off the time for top place!’

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Headteacher conquers his fear of heights!

Posted 3rd Jun
John Panayi took part in a Skydive over half term to help raise money for the charity, MIND. He jumped out of a plane at 10,000 feet and landed safely. He said the experience was absolutely amazing and wants to relive the experience by jumping out of a plane at 15,000 feet!. Well Done. If you would like to donate to the charity MIND, please use the following link:

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