Category: News

Graduation Celebration

Following a wonderful response and some excellent feedback from students and parents, we are rescheduling our graduation celebration to Wednesday the 18th December. This is to enable more of our year 13 leavers to attend the event following the end of their first semester of university. Very much looking forward to seeing you all there!

GCSE Results 2019

Weavers Academy celebrates GCSE success

Weavers Academy wishes to congratulate students on some very pleasing GCSE results.

Results in English, mathematics and science were the school’s best ever with 74% of students achieving at least a grade four in English, 64% in mathematics and 66% in Science. Numbers of students achieving a strong pass or better has risen again with almost half of students securing a Grade 5 or better in English or mathematics. Outcomes in history, French, Spanish, art, drama and all three sciences were strong.

A special mention must be made of the outstanding performances of some students who gained some amazing GCSE qualifications.

Behind the examination statistics are some amazing individual successes. Greta Bojarovisiute was most happy as she achieved 5 grade 9s and 3 grade 8s.

Alihaydar Demir was all smiles with 3 grade 9s and 5 grade 8s and Arpana Kumari shed tears of joy as she achieved a grade 9, 3 grade 8s, 3 grade 7s and one grade 6!

Successes was enjoyed by Harvey Litchfield who achieved strong passes in all subjects including 3 grade 9s. Karolina Gonek achieved a grade 7 or better in 6 of her subjects and Oscar Clarke achieved nothing less than a grade 7 in his all of his examinations.

Vivien Swaida, the Principal at Weavers Academy, said:

“I am immensely proud of Year 11 students and congratulate them on their determination, commitment and dedication, especially in their final year, which have produced some awesome success stories.

I would also like to thank the parents and carers of our Year 11 students who have played the most important role in this success, for the support they have given to their children and to the school throughout the 5 year journey. They will be rightly proud of the achievements of their sons and daughters.

On behalf of the governing body and all staff at the school, I wish our Year 11 students every success for the future”.

Weavers Academy is a member school of the Creative Education Trust. 


All press enquiries to Rob Ridout, Associate Principal, at Weavers Academy –

A-Level Results 2019

Students and staff at Weavers Academy in Wellingborough are celebrating some outstanding individual A-Level and vocational successes today.

The proportion of students achieving the highest grades at A-Level has increased significantly this year.

Natasha Fyffe achieved A, A*, A, A, B; Esha Kumari A*, A, A, A* and both Ben Nicholson and Joseph Murphy secured A, B, B, B grades. A number of students achieved D* (distinction) in vocational qualifications including Cory Bollen and Beth Carty-Gable who both achieved D* D (distinction) in Media.

Many students have secured places at top Russell Group Universities to study a variety of courses including history, computer science, media production, neuroscience, accounting, and electronic engineering.

We are delighted that the students have performed so well and can now pursue their chosen courses and career paths to their futures. The results are testament to the hard work, dedication and belief shown by students and staff across the past two years of their studies.


Uniform Collection

We are very excited to let you know that your child’s free Weavers skirt or pair of Weavers logo trousers will be available for collection from main reception on Brickhill Road between 8 am and 2 pm on the following dates:

Friday 16 August
Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 August
Friday 23 August
Tuesday 27 to Friday 30 August.

Please ensure, where possible, you have picked up your item and checked the fit before 4 September. If for any reason your item does not fit please call reception on 01933 222830 to arrange a change in size.

We are looking forward to seeing students in their new item on 4 September.

Exam Results Days

Please see exam results collection information below for Year 13 and Year 11 students.


Results can be collected on Thursday 15August 9.30am – 12.00, from M14 (Sixth Form common room).


Results can be collected on Thursday 22 August 9.30am-12.00, from the Main Hall.

Exam Season 2019

The GCSE exam season is very nearly upon us.  To help you support your child as they head towards this very important time we’ve provided you with some guidance and materials so we can all work together in striving for success.

If you would like to have an academic review meeting with your child and a member of staff to support them in their studies please email

Example English Language and Literature papers can be found here or by clicking through to Curriculum, English, Year 11 from the Weavers Academy homepage.

Show My Homework

Show my homework is an online homework resource and also a platform for us to share resources with students and parents.  Staff have uploaded resources and past papers for use over the half term and this will increase and continue in the run up to the real exams.  Here you will find Maths and Science practice papers.


GCSEPod is an invaluable online resource of numerous short “pods” that focus on specific topics in a short burst of clear, concise information with specific terminology, definitions and explanations.  Students can download an app to their phones so they can be revising when they are out and about.  Pods can even be downloaded in advance so that it doesn’t eat into anyone’s data allowance.  Use the pods to help with topics when your child is stuck on an exam question.

Hegarty Maths

Hegarty Maths is an online Maths instruction, revision and assessment resource which promotes independent learning.  Use Hegarty Maths with your child as they go through the Maths Exam papers that can be found on Show My Homework (2 copies of the higher paper, 1 copy of the foundation).


Educacke is an online Science revision and assessment tool.  Students can be set tasks to complete by their teachers or produce their own revision questions based upon their own needs.  Educake gives instant feedback so this is a good tool to use with your child either to ascertain topics that need revision or to check that revision has made an impact.