Congratulations to our year 11 students on their results!
There have been some excellent results in a number of different subject areas including the core subjects of English and maths. We are particularly pleased with our triple science results with a significant number of students achieving the top grades 9 – 7. Our design technology, art, music and sport results are also extremely pleasing with some very positive progress scores. Obtaining good GCSE results is not easy and this is the first year since 2019 that students have actually taken formal exams. Our students have worked extremely hard in the various subjects despite having an extremely disrupted time since year 9. They’ve had lockdowns, self-isolation periods and various other Covid measures to deal with and throughout this, they have shown great resilience. They should be very proud of their achievements.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank our year 11 students for their hard work and dedication to enable them to achieve these results. I would also like to thank our staff too. They have worked tirelessly and I am enormously grateful to them for their hard work.
Miss J. Gillies
Results Day is Thursday 25th August.
Year 11 students (or someone on their behalf with signed permission) can come into school to collect their results at any time between 10am and 12noon.
Results will be sent out in the post if they are not collected on the day.
The Jarrow School Year 7 football team travelled to Temple Park on Monday the 8th of February to take part in the South Tyneside 5-a-side tournament. The boys performed to an unbelievable standard throughout the afternoon.
They defeated Boldon School, their first opponents of the day, by three goals to two. They faced Mortimer Community College in their second game taking victory again by three goals to two. Their third game saw them take on St Joseph’s where they were unlucky to concede a last minute equaliser with the game finishing 1-1.
Their fourth match, against Whitburn Academy, would prove the most important of the afternoon as a 3-1 victory set them up for a grand finale. The boys went into the final game knowing that a victory would see them crowned 5-a-side champions and they duly delivered with a fantastic 5-2 victory against St Wilfrid’s College.
Health and Fitness leader