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PADDINGTON ACADEMY AMONGST BEST FOR PROGRESS

We are in top 1% of schools nationally 

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According to Department for Education Performance Tables  published today, Paddington Academy is one of the best schools in Westminster for Progress 8 which measures the amount of progress students make from the end of primary school until the end of Year 11.  This summer, the Academy achieved a Progress 8 score of 0.95 which is well above the national average. This score places the academy in the top 1% of schools nationally; it is placed 69th out of over 6,400 schools. This achievement is even more impressive as the school has scored consistently within the top 1% at this measure for the last 6 years. 

PADDINGTON ACADEMY AMONGST BEST FOR PROGRESS

London's Top School for Success

Outstanding Achievements Recognised by the Mayor of London

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The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has celebrated the outstanding performance of Paddington Academy in Westminster with an awards ceremony. 

The school was honoured for its work to reduce educational inequality and achieve exceptional results for children who were previously behind in their studies, at a Schools for Success awards ceremony.

London's Top School for Success


PADDINGTON ACADEMY STUDENTS BREAK SCHOOL GCSE RECORDS!

82% of students gain a 4+ in English and Maths, 56% gain a 5+ in both

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  • 82% of students gain a 4+ in English and Maths, 56% gain a 5+ in both and 18% Level 7
  • 66 of the grades achieved were at the highest grade 9
  • 30% of all grades were 7+
  • Large rise in the percentage achieving the English Baccalaureate to 45%
  • 81% of students gain a 4+ in a Language GCSE
PADDINGTON ACADEMY STUDENTS BREAK SCHOOL GCSE RECORDS!

PADDINGTON ACADEMY STUDENTS CELEBRATE BRILLIANT A LEVEL RESULTS

Student secures place at Cambridge, plus a range of further Russell Group successes

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Staff and students at Paddington Academy are today celebrating very high A Level results, continuing a trend of consistently high achievement for the last eight years.

Today’s overall results saw results match the high benchmark set last year at the school:

  • 32% of A Level grades were awarded the highest marks of A* or A;
  • 66% of A Level grades were awarded A*-B;
  • 90% of A Level grades were awarded A*-C.
PADDINGTON ACADEMY STUDENTS CELEBRATE BRILLIANT A LEVEL RESULTS

TOP AWARDS FOR PADDINGTON ACADEMY STUDENTS

Sixth Former wins Pupil of the Year Award

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Paddington Academy is celebrating after picking up two awards at United Learning’s national Best in Everyone Awards. Sixth Former Ilinca Dascalescu won the prestigious Pupil of the Year Award whilst Era Kosumi won the Art Award in the Years 10 to 13 category. Ilina and Era were presented with their awards at a spectacular black tie gala held at the Cutlers’ Hall in Sheffield on Friday 28 June.

TOP AWARDS FOR PADDINGTON ACADEMY STUDENTS


PADDINGTON ACADEMY TOPS THE TABLES

DfE tables show academy is best in Westminster for Progress 8

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According to Department for Education Performance Tables published today, students at Paddington Academy make the most progress of any students in Westminster.  The academy has a Progress 8 score of 0.78 which is well above the national average.  Progress 8 measures the amount of progress students make between the end of primary school and the end of Year 11.

PADDINGTON ACADEMY TOPS THE TABLES

STUDENTS SUPPORT LOCAL FAMILIES

Academy students donate food to North Paddington Food Bank

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As families across the country are busy stocking up on festive culinary delights for Christmas, Paddington Academy students have been supporting local families by donating essential food to their local food bank. 

 

Over the past week, the academy has been running a food drive to collect tinned food for North Paddington Food Bank.  The academy had set itself the ambitious target of collecting over 3,000 tins of food but thanks to the generosity and kindness of students, it has exceeded this target and collected a whopping 5234 tins. 

STUDENTS SUPPORT LOCAL FAMILIES

Students Reap the Benefits of University Life

Thanks to anonymous donations five students are now enjoying their first year at universities outside London

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Our five Vita Bursary winners, who left the school in the summer, are enjoying their first term at university thanks to generous bursaries provided by anonymous donors. 

The Vita Bursary Fund was launched last year by two benefactors who wish to support economically disadvantaged students and give them the means to attend a university of their choice.  Following a rigorous application process, five students have each received a bursary of £3,000 to help them cover the costs of living away from home. Thanks to these bursaries these students are now studying at some of the best universities in the country including Cambridge, Warwick and Nottingham Universities.



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