King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy is committed to developing responsible, aspirational, independent, happy and well-rounded young people with the self-belief to reach their goals. Our work will be underpinned by our core values and driven by our unequivocal belief in equality and tolerance.
We will secure this through inspirational and enthusiastic teaching, the provision of a broad, challenging curriculum and excellent support and care. We want to ensure our young people fulfil and exceed their potential, be proud of who they are, be committed to lifelong learning and leave well-equipped to navigate their way through the challenges of the 21st Century; positively contributing to society both economically and socially.
Our students have once again been very successful in their A-Level studies and have secured the best grades ever. As a result most students are able to continue with their studies in some very prestigious universities, including:
Students in Year 12 performed really well with 47% achieving grades A or B at their AS courses and 71% achieving grade C or better.
We are proud of what our students have achieved and we wish them the very best for their future.
Students need to collect their own results and in person. No results can be given over the telephone or to a friend. However, results can be issued to an adult who has a signed consent form; the form has been sent home and must be fully completed and must be signed by both the student and his/her parent/carer. The nominated adult must produce their photographic ID before results will be released to them.
To arrange collection at a later date please contact the Academy. All results can be collected from the Academy’s restaurant at the dates and times shown above.
For students who have completed their GCSE studies at KESH: If you are collecting your GCSE results from KESH, you will be able to enrol as you collect your results on Thursday 23rd August.
For students who have NOT completed their GCSE studies at KESH: Students collecting their GCSE results from other schools may not be able to attend the enrolment day on Thursday, hence an additional enrolment day is in place for these students on Friday 24th August from 10:00 am until 12:00 am. To enrol you must bring proof of the grades achieved in all the qualifications studied to date. A letter from your current school showing your grades will suffice as long as it is on letter headed paper. This letter must clearly show GCSE grades in both English and Mathematics as well as the grades in all other subjects studied. In addition, you must also bring a formal ID document such as your passport or a copy of your birth certificate; no other documents will be accepted. Unfortunately, without the ALL the above documents, enrolment cannot be completed
Students not attending these enrolment days need to contact us in advance or they may not be able to study their chosen courses in September. Students in who are still unclear about what to do after receiving their GCSE results, should also attend the enrolment day to access our independent careers advice service and research the options available to them.