Celebrating exam success

The schools in the Luton Futures Partnership are very different, but each shares a common goal – for every student to achieve the best they can for themselves.  Achieving exam success is one way of measuring performance, and of course over the summer we focus on GCSE, AS and A level results, and have been thrilled with the success and achievements of our students.  

We also celebrate the success of students, teachers and schools in other ways, and are delighted to celebrate the opening of new facilities such as performance spaces or sport facilities over the summer which allow success and skills to be developed in many different ways, so that every student can fulfil their potential.

Commenting on exam results day, the current chair of Luton Futures, Amanda Simpson, from Lea Manor High School sums up the views from across our partnership of schools:

β€œThe achievements gained by students today are a reflection of their commitment and dedication. They have worked exceptionally hard and benefitted from expert teaching. A huge congratulations to everyone involved.”