Sunningdale school scoops top award

Published: 4 May 2014 12:300 comments

A school has been nationally recognised for the rapid progress its pupils make.

Richard Pilgrim and Martyn Parker, co-headteachers of Charters School are deighted with the news of the award.

Charters in Sunningdale has been given the Specialist Schools and Academics Trust (SSAT) Education Outcomes Award for being in the top 20% of schools in the country for progress made by its pupils between joining from primary education to taking their GCSEs.

The award comes after the Department of Education’s favourable analysis of GCSE results last year, taking into account the youngsters’ improvement from Year Six.

Martyn Parker, co-headteacher at the Charters Road school, said: “We were delighted to receive a letter from Sue Williamson, the chief executive of SSAT, recognising the school’s excellent performance in last summer’s examinations.”

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