This year’s GCSE results show a significant improvement on last year with an overall rise of nearly 5% to 66% of students achieving 5A*-C including English and Maths.
Crucially, all the core subjects improved on last year and particular praise must be given to the English Department which has seen an excellent increase of 16% in English Language to achieve an overall 84% pass rate. The Double Award in Science increased by 13% to 70% pass rate. Biology and Chemistry achieved 100% pass rate and Physics a 96% pass rate.
This year we have seen some outstanding individual performances and particularly the achievements of Osamwonyi Esosa with 8A*s and 2A’s and Reuben Arthur with 6A*s and 4A’s.
It is always encouraging to see academic performance improve on the previous year and a great deal of thanks and gratitude is owed to the staff who prepared these students as, for many, they have achieved far more than expected after their mock exam results.
We are particularly proud of those students who have achieved a pass in subjects they had difficulty with and students with special needs have done exceptionally well.
We look forward to many of these students returning to our Sixth Form and the whole College community is delighted to share in the collective success of the group and acknowledge the individual successes along the way. The College places a great deal of importance on character formation and this year’s Year 11 have demonstrated many times their willingness to serve and to be fine young men proud to have attended a very special community.
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A Level Results
The College is delighted to announce that this year’s A2 results have not only significantly improved on last year, but are also our best on record.
The pass rate for this year was 100% A*-E. Significantly, the pass rate at A*-B has risen from 42% last year to 50% this year.
This is an outstanding achievement and we are delighted for all the students involved. Every year sees new challenges and higher expectations to improve on previous years’ performances, however the College is just as proud, if not more so, of the character and personality of the current Upper Sixth who have grown into fine young men. It is very pleasing to see that, for so many of them, their hard work and dedication has paid off.
We are particularly proud of the following subject areas which have demonstrated a significant increase on last year’s results at A*-B; these include Business Studies, Economics, Design Technology and Product Design, English Literature, ICT, Mathematics and Further Maths, Physics and Religious Studies.
All of the boys can be proud of what they have achieved and their individual successes are celebrated by all. The following students have done outstandingly well this summer and deserve all the praise due to them: Jonathan Albert, Jason Beerjeraz, Jevon Da Costa, Tommaso Geraci, Alex Ieri, Aiden Kavanagh, Patrick McKinney, and finally with 4A*s, Aiden Langan.
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