Well done Year 11 – another fantastic set of results!


There were cries of delight this morning, as students celebrated their achievement. Hard work has paid off  – 100% of students gained at least 5A*-G grades. Almost a third of all grades were A* or A and 29 students were each awarded at least 8 A*/ A grades. The roll of honour includes John Hutchinson with 10 A* grades; James Bennison and Jonathan Webster with 9 A* grades; Megan Denny, Nikita Jayakrishna, George Marsden, Niamh Newton and Sam Seymour, all of whom were awarded 8A* grades. 


80% of both English and Maths grades were at A* – C – and a whopping half of all students were awarded A* – C grades in the  the key subjects constituting the English Baccalaureate. Congratulations to all of them!


Being the

best we

can be.

Our school badge makes clear our aim - to help all young people in our care to be the best they can be, by nurturing all students’ unique gifts and talents.

  • “Students are proud to be members of Stokesley School.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “The behaviour of students is outstanding.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “The proportion of students achieving A-levels at grades A* to B is much higher than average” – Ofsted 2015
  • “Students thrive on the good levels of challenge presented in lessons, which move at a brisk pace and enable them to think about difficult concepts.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “A well-above average proportion of students reach A* and A grades in GSCE examinations.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “The most able students achieve well overall as reflected in the significantly above average proportion of students reaching the highest grades in GCSE examinations in several subjects, including in languages, sciences and humanities.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “Students’ attitudes to learning are consistently positive in all subjects and with all staff.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “An extensive range of extra-curricular opportunities is on offer,” – Ofsted 2015
  • “The headteacher and her senior team provide very effective leadership.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “Students enjoy school” – Ofsted 2015
  • “Students’ behaviour is outstanding, both in lessons and around school.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “The quality of teaching is good and sometimes outstanding. The teaching of mathematics and humanities subjects is very strong; the needs of different students are catered for particularly well.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “The needs of different students are catered for particularly well.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “Teachers’ good subject knowledge ensures that students develop their understanding of topics to the depth required to achieve the higher grades at AS and A-level.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “Sixth form students have consistently good attitudes to learning. They work well collaboratively and support each other. Through their high standards of behaviour around the school, they provide excellent role models for younger students.” – Ofsted 2015
  • “The school’s promotion of students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural values is outstanding.” – Ofsted 2015
  • Click here for information on 2014 examination performance

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