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GCSE Results 2020

A huge congratulations to all students who collected their GCSE results this year. We are very proud of you all and look forward to seeing many of you in 6th form in September.

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Exciting times ahead for students from Chase Terrace Technology…

As another group of Year 13 leavers collect their level 3 ‘A’ Level and Btec results Chase Terrace Technology College, once again sends warm congratulations to students who have worked hard to achieve these outcomes. Success at level 3 is a great challenge and one which requires determination and focus from students who have to work in partnership with their teachers whilst being prepared to work with high levels of independence.

The school’s headteacher Tim Chamberlin commented “I am very pleased and proud of the achievements of our year 13 leavers – they have worked hard over a sustained two year period to reach their goals. As a school we wish them well as they move on to the next chapter in their lives – for over two thirds of our students this will mean taking up a university place and for others beginning a higher level apprenticeship. We will watch with keen interest as they progress and take up their place in the wider world and thank them for the contributions that they have made to the life of this school.

L to R: Molly Harvey, Emma Birch, Adam Stanley, Beth Roberts
Jessica Parker

CTTC 2019 ‘A’ Level & Btec Top Performers

Harriet Simmonds: ‘A*’ Psychology. ‘A*’ English Literature, ‘A’ Biology; Emma Birch: ‘A*’ Sociology, ‘A’ Psychology, ‘Dist*’ Btec Sport, ‘B’ English Literature; Jack Steventon: ‘A*’ Mathematics, ‘A’ Further Maths, ‘B’ Physics; William Walton: ‘A’ Mathematics, ‘A’ Computer Science, ‘C’ Further Maths; Eleanor Campion: ‘Dist*’ Btec Sport, ‘Dist* Btec Business, ‘B’ Sociology;  Blade Downing: ‘A’ Accounting, ‘Dist*’ Btec Business, ‘C’ Geography; Molly Harvey: ‘A’ Art and Design, ‘A’ Photography, ‘B’ Sociology, ‘C’ History; Jessica Parker:‘A*’ Photography, ‘Dist*’ Btec ICT, ‘B’ Art and Design; Adam Stanley: ‘A’ Geography, ‘B’ Biology, ‘B’ Chemistry

2019 GCSE Results News

2019 GCSE Exam Results

Just a few of the smiling faces at Chase Terrace Technology College on GCSE Results Day

2019 GCSE Results
L:R – Sam Griffiths, Sophie Sweeney, Zac Boardman, Sophie Young, Amy Hillier, Sara Ahmed, Sophie Scriven, William James L:R – Harry Cockrill, Natasha Hunt, Kyle Makin, Aeryn Caldwell, Ruby Dennis

As Level 2 results arrive in schools and results envelops are opened by students across the country it is important to remember that examined academic ability is only a small part of what makes us who we are as individuals. Success for one person can look very different to that of another. Amongst the anticipation and excitement of results day, CTTC is delighted to showcase just a few students who have achieved great success academically and also contribute a great deal in other areas of their life and of whom we are naturally enormously proud.

Sophia Sweeney (5×9’s, 4×8’s, 1xA) has been a consistently high achieving student since she joined CTTC in Year 7. She is meticulous and driven. She has high expectations of herself and goes about reaching her goals with great determination. She is an outstanding role model for other students.

William James (1×9, 3×8’s, 1×7, 2×6’s, 1×5) winner of this year’s Stephen Sutton Bursary Award combines his academic studies with a national trampoline gymnastics career – both as a competitor and an inspirational coach to younger generations.

Millie Cooper (2×8’s, 3×7’s, 2×6’s, 1×5, Distinction*) is one of our student ambassadors who supports other pupils in our school. She has had to contend with challenges herself, but despite this has achieved to a very high standard through hard work and diligence. A charming young lady who is always willing to go the extra mile for her friends and others around her.

Aeryn Caldwell (1×9, 5×8, 3×7) and Lauren Shaw (3×8, 1×7, 2×6, 2×5, Distinction*) have both combined their studies with the gruelling preparation needed to take part in a 3 week expedition to Malawi this summer during which they have been on treks and supported the construction of school buildings for less advantaged young people of the country – a life changing experience!

Sara Ahmed (1×9, 2×8, 2×7, 3×6) is a delightful student who has performed well above expectations. This has been achieved through hard work and determination on her part coupled with a willingness to seek and act upon the advice given by her teachers – again a true role model for others.

There are many other names that could feature here – attainment and progress success stories and those that have succeeded despite contending with real challenges.

Retiring Headteacher Tim Chamberlin said “I would like to pass my congratulations onto all students for their exam successes. Life does not give everyone as easy ride and I’m particularly proud of those students who have worked through challenging circumstances to achieve their results. I pass my thanks onto the experienced and dedicated staff who have supported these students throughout their time at CTTC. I would also like to thank our parents, many of whom were more nervous than their children on results day, for their essential support of the work we do as a school.”

Tim Chamberlin (Headteacher)

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2018 ‘A’ Level and Btec Exam Results – Another…

Chase Terrace Technology College is, once again delighted with the strong results achieved by its year 13 leavers.

The schools headteacher Tim Chamberlin commented “I am very pleased and proud of the achievements of our year 13 leavers – they have worked hard over a sustained two year period to reach their goals. As a school we wish them well as they move onto the next chapter in their lives – for most students this will either be at university or taking up an apprenticeship. We will watch with keen interest as they progress and take up their place in the wider world and thank them for the contributions that they have made to the life of this school.

I would also like to pass my sincere thanks onto the outstanding staff at Chase Terrace Technology College who have worked tirelessly with our students to assist and guide them in both their academic studies and their pastoral development as individuals.

L to R: George Brown, James Marshall, Chari Hall, Dan Hanstock, Rebecca Fisher, Elle Dudley, Julia Paduch, Emma Reece.

L to R: Sophie Tomes, Megan Browne, Phoebe Randall

CTTC 2018 ‘A’ Level & Btec Top Performers

Julia Paduch: ‘A*’ Psychology, ‘A’ Sociology, ‘A’ Polish, ‘C’ Biology; Daniel Hanstock: ‘A’ Biology, ‘A’ Physics, ‘B’ Chemistry, ‘B’ Maths; George Brown: ‘A*’ Biology, ‘A*’ Chemistry, ’A’ Physics; James Marshall: ‘A*’ Maths, ‘A’ Further Maths, ‘A’ Physics; Emma Reece: ‘A*’ English Literature, ‘A’ Product Design, ‘A’ Maths; Ellie Sitch: ‘A*’ Geography, ‘A*’ Sociology, ‘B’ History; Megan Browne: ‘Distinction *’ Music, ‘A*’ Art, ‘B’ English Literature; Rebecca Fisher: ‘Distinction *’ Performing Arts, ‘Distinction *’ Music, ‘A’ Product Design; Sophie Tomes: ‘A*’ Art, ‘A*’ Photography, ‘Merit’ Music; Elle-May Dudley: ‘Distinction *’ Performing Arts, ‘Distinction *’ Music, ‘B’ Sociology; Phoebe Randall: ‘A’ Psychology, ‘A’ Sociology, ‘B’ Biology.

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2018 GCSE Exam Results

In a world where exam success rightly or wrongly makes a real difference to an individual’s future prospects, it is essential to remember that examined academic ability is only a small part of what makes us who we are as individuals. Success for one person can look very different to that of another.

Amongst the anticipation and excitement of results day, CTTC is delighted to showcase just a few students who have achieved great success across broad areas of life and of whom we are naturally enormously proud.

Just a few of the smiling faces at Chase Terrace Technology College on GCSE Results Day. L:R Megan Preece, Joe Burley, Jack Hollingworth, Jorgia Barrett, Madeleine Chiles, Hannah Elton.

For most of us, 9 x 9s is 81! For Jack Hollingworth, a modest, mild mannered, diligent, hardworking, outstanding student, 9 x 9s will, from now on, always represent the number of qualifications he achieved at grade 9 here at CTTC. To stress just how remarkable and impressive this achievement is, the new grade 9 (awarded for the first time in Maths and English last year and in the majority of other subjects this year) is an even higher grade than the old A*. Putting this into a national context, I have just read on the BBC News website that only 732 students across the whole of England achieved this incredible feat. Jack really is the cream of the cream and as a school we couldn’t be prouder of him! For students and parents reading this article and aspiring to replicate these achievements, Jack’s methods were simple – he is undoubtedly a very bright boy who worked and revised hard, he was well organised; he sort advice from his teachers and acted upon it; he was determined and didn’t allow himself to be distracted – in short, a great role model for other students. I am delighted to report that Jack will be attending 6th form here at CTTC with the longer term ambition of studying Law at a top university. There is little doubt that he will achieve these longer term goals. Outstanding! Congratulations Jack!

3 other students worthy of a mention because they typify our schools desire to encourage the development of the individual as a whole are Megan Preece (3 x 9s, 3 x 8s, 1 x A* and 2 x 7s), Hannah Elton (3 x 9s, 2 x 8s, 1 x A and 3 x 6s) and Georgia Pritchard (1 x Distinction*, 5 x 8s, 1 x 7 and 1 x 6). Each of these students have juggled their academic studies whilst representing GB/England in their chosen sports; Megan in Karate, Hannah in Taekwondo, and Georgia in Golf. Their determination to put in the hours of training required to reach this national standard and then to match this with the hours of academic study needed to attain these grades speaks volumes about these young people. There is much to be recommended in the girls’ approach – looking after both mind and body are essential in today’s digital world. We are very proud of their achievements.

I would like to pass my congratulations onto all students for their exam successes. Life does not give everyone as easy ride and I’m particularly proud of those students who have worked through challenging circumstances to achieve their results. I pass my thanks onto the experienced and dedicated staff who have supported these students throughout their time at CTTC. I would also like to thank our parents, many of whom were more nervous than their children on results day for their essential support of the work we do as a school.

2021 GCSE and A-Level Assessment Information