Unmistakably Maplesden

At Maplesden Noakes we are extremely proud of our results with some fantastic examples of the reward that comes from lots of hard work. 64% of students achieved Grade 4 or above (A*-C) in English, 61% achieved Grade 4 or above in Maths and 69% achieved at least one Grade 4 or above in Science. Congratulations to our students and we wish them all the best for their future.

Some examples of students achieving particularly high grades are:

Sydney Mutter Business Studies – 8 English Language – 7 English Literature – 7
Maddie Lambley Art – 8 Performing Arts – 8 Science – 6,6
Ben Scullion Computer Science – 7 Maths – 7 Science – 8,8
Holly Irving Art – 7 English Language – 7 French – 8
Sarah Eley Art – 7 English Literature – 7 Food Technology – 8
Zoe Hunter Science – 9,8 ICT – A Maths – 6
Joe Young History – 8 Maths – 6 Sports Science – 7
Maria Belfrage Art – 7 Food Technology – 7 French – 7

We are thrilled for our students and what they have achieved.  Our results are fantastic.  65% of our students have achieved a top grade, A*-B, with a good percentage of these being A*-A grades.  We have also achieved a 100% pass rate in vocational courses with over 55% of these being at Distinction*/A* Level.  Included in these results are Zak Byskup (Head Boy) who has achieved A, A and B grades and is going on to study Sports Management at Loughborough University.  Bethany Longhurst achieved A, A and B grades in Biology, Graphics and Art and Grace Carter achieved A, B and B grades in Psychology, Sociology and Business.  117 students sat the exams and we would like to congratulate them and their teachers for all their hard work.

Zac Byskup (Head Boy) collecting his results together with his parents

The Summer newsletter is now available – Summer Newsletter 2019

A Level and Level 3 Vocational Results

A Level and Level 3 Vocational results are released to students on Thursday 15nd August 2019.  These will be available from the School Hall between 9am and 1pm.  Results must be collected by the Candidate in person.  Should they be unable to attend, Candidates can give a third party written authority to collect their results.  That person must have the written authority and photo ID with them when they attend.

If you have provided stamped addressed envelopes these will be posted to you on results day.

Please note that GCSE resit results are not available until Thursday 22nd August 2019.

Mrs Griffin will be on hand to provide support and advice. There will also be a representative from UKC for any additional support with university applications.  All the best for results day and we wish all Year 13 good luck with their future career and studies.

GSCE and Level 2 Results

GSCE and Level 2 results are released to students on Thursday 22nd August 2019.  These will be available from the School Hall between 9am and 1pm.  Results must be collected by the Candidate in person.  Should they be unable to attend Candidates can give a third party written authority to collect their results.  That person must have the written authority and photo ID with them when they attend.

If you have provided stamped addressed envelopes these will be posted to you on results day.

Teaching staff will be on hand to provide advice.  All the best for results day and we wish you all good luck with your future career and studies.

Over the last few weeks, with the support of Mid Kent College, Maidstone, we have run taster course sessions for some of our Year 10 students. The students have been able to visit the college to see for themselves the campus (and how much larger it seems than our school grounds) alongside taking part in workshops in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Travel and Tourism. The students had the opportunity to learn how to change a tyre, check the tyre pressure and change the spark plugs (some more successfully than others!).

The students who took part in the Travel and Tourism workshop got to experience what it’s really like as a Flight Attendant working on a flight simulator. The workshops were a real success, helping to break down the barriers for those students thinking about their next steps as they face Year 11. We would like to thank Mid Kent College for their continued support and for providing us with this opportunity.

(Unfortunately no trains were worked upon!)