GHS awarded for student progress

Greenford High School is delighted to have received two awards for student progress at GCSE and A Level.

The SSAT (The Schools, Students and Teachers Network) has presented Greenford with its Educational Outcomes Award for 2017. This celebrates the school being in the top 10% of non-selective schools nationally, both for attainment and progress, based on our end of KS4 results.

In addition, our ALPS (A Level Performance System) three-year A Level Value Added Score puts us in the top 25% of schools nationally.

Greenford High School Headteacher Mathew Cramer said: “I’m delighted that our students’ achievements and progress, at all levels, has been recognised by these awards.  It shows just how well our students are performing when compared to schools nationally. 

“I would like to thank parents and governors for their support and contribution in achieving this. Year on year, for virtually a decade, we have won this sort of recognition. 

“Most of all, of course, I need to say that this is only possible through the dedication and incredible ability of our staff. Students achieve so highly when they are surrounded by great teachers and great support staff and I would like to congratulate students and staff on these fantastic awards.”