GCSE Results

Students at City Academy Norwich are celebrating today after receiving their GCSE results, enabling them to embark on the next stage of their education journey.

Students and staff joined together to mark the achievements of the 2022 cohort, who have shown great commitment, determination and hard work over the last few years to secure such strong results.

Achievements were celebrated across the school, with standout individual highlights including:

  • John Constantine Busuego who achieved a grade 9 in six subjects, a grade 8 in two subjects and two distinction grades.
  • Two further students who achieved a grade 8 in three subjects, and a grade 7 in five and four subjects
  • Ellie and Tilly Hagland who have achieved excellent grades whilst also working within our school community to ensure that young people know how to keep themselves safe outside of school.

Today’s results reflect CAN’s commitment to its values of ‘enjoy, respect, achieve,’ which underpins the culture and outcomes of the school. This includes delivering unparalleled educational opportunities and highly effective teaching to nurture and develop students into becoming “game-changers.”

Significant and sustained improvements for the Academy have been achieved in the last few years with school improvement support provided by Bohunt Education Trust and the school looks forward to continued advancement as it transitions to Sapientia Education Trust. GCSE results, which show an improvement on pre-pandemic results of 2019, are a reflection of the hard work of CAN’s school community.

Jenny Comber, Interim Headteacher at CAN, said:

“Today we have been able to celebrate the results that our students have achieved. They have worked extremely hard over the last two years, which at times have been challenging for them, and I hope that they leave today immensely proud of everything they have achieved.

I would like to thank all our students, families, staff and wider CAN community for their ongoing support. We look forward to seeing our students progress on to the next stage of their education and fulfil their goals.”