Students at Invicta Grammar School achieved not only an outstanding set of A Level results but also gained a superb set of GCSE results this summer.
The school is thrilled with the Government’s U turn on reverting to the Centre Assessed Grades for students. Mrs Derrick, Head Teacher, commented: “We employed an extremely rigorous system to generate the grades that most fairly reflected our students’ performance and we are very proud of what our students have achieved. Year 11 and 13 students have been working extremely hard and each and every student should be proud of what they have achieved.”
Invicta is proud to be voted the best school in Kent and fourth nationally by parents in the Real School’s Guide survey earlier this summer. Today’s results are an apt reflection of this parental confidence.
It has been a challenging but memorable summer for all students and Invicta students have approached COVID-19 with maturity, integrity and resilience. Our students were very engaged in the Invicta Virtual School which enabled us to keep in touch with students and ensure that our students did not miss out due to COVID. Our students made the most of the various online opportunities to enrich their knowledge and skills, gained work experience and prepared for next steps.
This year, two thirds of our GCSE grades were 7, 8 or 9 and nearly 80% of all A level grades were A*, A or B grades.