The students at Hill House School have a cause to celebrate after achieving a fabulous set of results during home-based learning.
This year, young people have been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with school closures, travel disruptions and the anxieties caused by these difficult times. Our students at Hill House School are no exception. Changes in routine can be highly stressful and may have had a negative impact on their academic progress.
Hill House School made changes to their teaching process to engage our young people with their development whilst learning from home. Using the AQA Unit Award Scheme, the school was able to ensure students had access to everything they needed.
Hill House has seen an increase in unit awards from last year, and couldn’t be prouder of their students. The learning from home process was a huge success for pupils, gaining a whopping 2,120 units across a range of different subjects.
Our young people adapted brilliantly to these new measures, achieving far beyond expectations!
The awards achieved by our young people during these sessions actively encourage, engage and support their self-esteem and helps them develop – providing more possibilities to move onto further study and living independent lives.
The progress made this year, despite the COVID-19 measures, has been outstanding. Every credit goes to the students who were able to adapt so well and realise their full potential.
Well done all!
You can read the full report on this year’s achievements here.