Department for Education

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Long Field Spencer Academy was inspected in February 2018. Click here to read the report.

Performance Data 2021

Despite two lockdowns our students in Year 11 worked very hard to ensure they obtained an excellent set of results this year. We are really pleased with how they did and feel they got the grades they deserved and of which they were capable.

Expecting changes to assessment,  we had told students at the start of the year of the importance of working hard all year to ensure they had generated enough evidence for their grades. They took this very seriously and took up the challenge with their normal enthusiasm and good humour.

Twins Ben Sandilands and Harry Sandilands were our first every students to obtain grade 9 in all of their exams. We knew the boys would do well as soon as they started in Year 7 and these grades were well deserved. Ben would like to be a physicist and Harry a Doctor.

Joshua Swain and Sofia Hardy were close behind with 8x 9 Grades and 7x 9 grades respectively, well done to both of these fantastic students.

Charlie Hull who was treated for a rare form of cancer throughout Year 10 passed all of his examinations with flying colours. This is an amazing achievement.

Many students received high grades but special mention must also go to Ben Bridge, Caleb Tompkins, Sophie Williamson-Quilter, Laura Thompson, Lauren Farrow, Henry Jones, Kaitlyn Colman, Alysha Dawe, Harry Pinder, Emily Rance and Candice Chapman.

We ran GCSE Further Maths for the first time this year. All the students who took this course obtained grade 8 or above.

As well as our GCSE subjects we run a number of BTEC courses alongside students’ GCSEs. These were assessed as they are normally and the very top grades of distinction star were secured by Kaitlyn Coleman, Freya Fowler, Olivia Jack, Amelia Williams, Hannah Spencer, Caleb Tompkins, Flynn Walsh, Leah Carver, Mollie Gilder, Kamsayini Lingatharan, Leah Wainman, Jasmin Wren and Mia Longley.

I am very proud of them all and would like to also thank my staff for all of their hard work over the past two years with this fantastic group of students.

For any parents and students interested in looking around Long Field, we have open events on Saturday 4th September (10am – 12pm), Thursday 9th September (5pm – 8pm) and Thursday 7th October (5pm – 8pm). We look forward to seeing you all there.