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IMPORTANT NOTICE for parents and carers about term time leave of absence for students
by The Chase - Tuesday, 23 September 2014, 09:53 AM

Parents are not allowed to take children out of school without approval from the head teacher in advance from school. Only in very exceptional circumstances would permission be granted to take children away from their education. Family holidays during term time are not considered to be very exceptional circumstances. Cases may be referred to the Local Authority and penalty notices issued if holidays are taken.

Student progress and achievement is maximised by the best attendance possible. The target for the Chase is 96% attendance.

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The Chase Celebrates Its Best Ever Results!
by The Chase - Monday, 22 September 2014, 09:38 AM

Students and staff of The Chase are celebrating the school’s best ever examination results.





Key Stage 4: GCSEs

74% of students achieved 5 grades A* to C (including English and Maths), the gold standard by which all school are measured. 78% achieved 5 grades A*-C.

32% of grades were at A*/A.

40% of students achieved the EBacc, the suite o subjects students need to get to be able to go to Oxford and Cambridge.

The school’s top performing students included Joseph Mead and Simon Wikeley , who both gained 10 A* grades, with Jake Walker, Rosanna Lewis, Lauren James gaining 8 A* grades and Anthony Eyles 7 A* grades. The school’s results were the best in South Worcestershire and were only bettered by two other Worcester schools in the north.

Key Stage 5: A Levels

85% of grades were at A*-C, with a stunning 31% at grades A* or A.

The average point score per student was well above national averages, at 899. 22% of students secured at least grades AAB or higher in at least 2 ‘facilitating subjects’, securing places at the best universities in the country. 

Almost all The Chase students secured the university places they had dreamed of, or traded up to even better places.

The school was one of the highest performing state schools in Worcestershire and surpassed the results of some of the local independent schools. Although students did well across the board, certain students did exceptionally well. Benjamin Londesbrough secured an astonishing 4 A* grades, with Holly Perrett securing an equally impressive 3 A* grades and two A grades. Kirsty Anderson, Andrew Banks, Toby Birkett, Samuel Brady, Harry Davies, Peter Fahey, Thomas Greer, James Hand, Hugh Harris, Jacob Herbert, Sarah Lewis, Daniel Mead, Rebecca Noble, Emma Pallen and William Rowley all secured at least 3 A grades.

Richard Jacobs, Headteacher, said of the results:

“This has been an exceptional performance by the school. We are very proud of all the hard work our students put into their studies and very pleased that the reforms we introduced this year have allowed us to better support and challenge all of our students. The teachers of The Chase are to be complimented on securing the best results the school has ever achieved and one of the best results in the state sector in Worcester. We are now one of the most successful schools in Worcestershire and have secured our goal of giving as many students as we can the opportunity to attend the University of their choice.”


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