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15 August 2019

College Celebrates Excellent A Level Results 2019

Congratulations to our Year 13 students and their teachers on achieving superb A Level results again this summer.  Especially pleased that two of our students have secured places at Cambridge University.   We are incredibly proud of their achievements and delighted that the hard work and dedication of students and staff has culminated in such success.   These excellent results mean that our students now have greater life choices and can access the university courses and apprenticeships of their choice.     There were some exceptional results in specific subject areas especially for the A*/B boundary as follows: A*/B grades Further Maths 78% Physics 62% Chemistry 56% English Literature and Religious Education 55% Maths 53% Economics 50% Outstanding Individual Performances There were also some outstanding individual performances: Jonathan Fernandes achieved A*, A*, A, A to study mathematics at Imperial College, London. Karujan Jeyaseelan achieved A*, A*, A to study Engineering at Cambridge University. Bobby Mugo achieved A*, A, B to study History at Cambridge University. Jason De Souza achieved A, A, A to study Computing at King's College. Anthony Akpoveta achieved A*, A, B and Fred Myers achieved A, A, A. Really pleased that Bobby made the Sunday Times also. We send our best wishes to all our Year 13 students as they embark on the next stage of their life journey.  They will remain part of our community and will be in our thoughts and prayers as they go into the world to make their mark. “We are incredibly proud of the academic achievements and their wonderful results of our Year 13 students.  They have developed in fine young men and women who will continue to make a positive contribution to society. It is wonderful that our students have the academic qualifications that they need to access the courses and careers of their choice. I am incredibly grateful to our dedicated staff who go above and beyond day in, day out to support our students.  This is a very happy day for St Ignatius College. Mary O’Keeffe, Headteacher    
22 August 2019

Students achieve fantastic GCSE Results in 2019

CONGRATULATIONS to students and staff at St Ignatius College on achieving superb GCSE results again this summer.  We are delighted that all the hard work has paid off and are very proud of our students’ achievements: We are incredibly pleased with our current headline: 72% grade 4 and above in both English and Maths 56% grade 5 and above in both English and Maths English 83% achieved grade 4- 9 66% achieved grade 5- 9 Maths 74% achieved grade 4- 9 63% achieved grade 5- 9 We are especially pleased with the number of higher grades across a range of subjects with 23% of our grades overall  at 7-9.   Students achieved grades 7-9 as follows: Maths, 29% of students achieved grades 7 – 9 English, 23% of students achieved grades 7 – 9 Physics (64%), Chemistry (61%), Biology (51%), French (27%).   The following students achieved grade 9 in maths: Darwin Clark, Mihir Hurwanth, Sanjay Karunakaran, Denzel Kesse, Leon Srikantha The following students achieved grade 9 in English: Andrei Antenor, Piotr Chilinski, Kene Chukwuma, Jaden Diaz-Ndisang, Ethan Fellows The following students achieved grade 9 in English Literature: Abin Anil, Ashley  Dougan,  Kesse Denzel Kesse, Ayman Khalil, Daniel Shaw A huge congratulations to students with exceptional performances as follows: Students achieving grades 7 – 9 in all their subjects: Antenor Andrei; Jaden Diaz-Ndisang; Ashley Dougan; Ethan Fellows; Max Getling; Sanjay Karunakaran; Sean O’Brien; Daniel Shaw; Gabriel Sigua; Leon Srikantha We are very proud of each individual child and their own personal achievements. Today we celebrate the hard work and commitment of students and staff. This success is testament to the high quality teaching, support and pastoral care that students receive and to our partnership with parents.  The Headteacher Mary O’Keeffe, said “I am delighted that so many individual pupils have achieved outstanding personal performance.  I congratulate them and I thank all the staff who have worked tirelessly to make this possible.  We thank our parents for their continued support of their sons.  It is only by working in partnership that we achieve such success.”     

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