KSA is the Best Non Selective School in the Country
Wednesday 21 October 2015
King Solomon Academy was today confirmed as the best non-selective school in England with the publication of secondary school league tables by the Department for Education.
93% of students at King Solomon Academy got at least 5 GCSEs rated A*-C including English and maths, the main measure of secondary school performance.
Max Haimendorf said “We’re very proud of these results. They’re the product of a lot of hard work over many years, from our teachers, our students and their families. It’s not just about making a big push at the end of GCSEs. We have been trying to make achieving progress in every year a priority.”
The school are looking at how they can prepare for the future, and ensure students achieve across a wide range of subjects.
In Attainment 8, which measures performance across eight subjects, King Solomon Academy were ranked second in the country, reflecting their desire to support students across a wide range of subjects.
Lucy Heller, Chief Executive of Ark, said “This is an incredible achievement. It demonstrates that educational excellence does not need to be the privilege of a small minority. Everyone at the school has worked extremely hard for this, and they deserve huge congratulations.”