GCSE 9 to 1 grades: a brief guide for parents If you have children in year 11 taking GCSEs this year, many of their results will be reported on the new grade scale which runs from 9 (the highest grade) to 1 (the lowest grade). Here’s a brief guide to what that means. Why do…

Induction days are Wednesday 5th September/Thursday 6th September. The following tutor groups must attend on Wednesday: 12X, N, H, C, S and Thursday: 12D, R, F, L, T. On your allocated day, please arrive at the front of the school by 08.50am dressed in Sixth Form dress code. You will receive your timetable, planner and…

GCSE RESULTS: Students for another year have done really well and the school continues to provide outstanding GCSE and BTEC results to our students. Congratulations to all our Year 11 students this summer. Some success stories worth noting: Grade 9s – 15 students gained a grade 9 in English Literature, 11 students in Mathematics,  9 students…

Loxford School are very pleased to be celebrating another year of excellent Sixth Form examination results. This year there have been a record number of A* and A grades, alongside an excellent set of Level Three BTEC results. The majority of students have secured places at the top universities, including Imperial College London, Kings College…

On Friday 50 year 12 students experienced a day of inimitable adventure at Go Ape, Cockfosters. The purpose of the trip was to reward consistently good attendance and punctuality along with high levels of behaviour, effort and achievement throughout their first year at Loxford’s Sixth Form. The visit also nurtured and enhanced pupils’ self-confidence, interpersonal…

Within the month of July our students took part in the following activities:-   RADA came in for our Year 10 GCSE Drama students and they gave a wonderful performance We held our Year 6 Induction Evening for both parents and students The national charity organisation “Prison Me! No Way!” came to visit the whole…

On Wednesday 4th July, Y12 BTEC Science students were treated to a session with Assistant Practitioner, Ben, who works in the Accident & Emergency department of the Whittington Hospital. Ben talked about blood pressure, how it is measured, what it means and why it is an important indication of medical condition. Students were given opportunities…

On Friday 6th July, students attended ‘The SSAT Aspirations Show 2018’. The opportunity was offered to Yr 9 monitors and Y10 prefects as an award for their work. Unfortunately, due to limited places, only the first 15 students to hand in reply slips were chosen. The event was intended to give young people the chance…

Y12 BTEC Science students were invited to meet with a graduate student of Electronic Engineering at York, on Wednesday 18th July. The session included a description of electronic engineering, identifying different applications, projects, life at university outside of London and how to choose your university course. Students had the opportunity to ask questions and were…

In July with warm weather conditions, years 7, 8 and 9 students took part in sports days for their respective tutor group. This happened on Monday for Year 9, on Tuesday for Year 8 and on Wednesday for Year 7. Each day, students showed fantastic effort, resilience and teamwork and were a great credit to…