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Exam Results

“A hard earned and well won, magnificent set of GCSE results” at St Joseph’s Catholic High School

 

  • 58% of students gaining 5 GCSEs 9-5+ Inc. English and Maths
  • 72% of students gaining 5 GCSEs 9-4+ Inc. English and Maths
  • 40% of the cohort gained the EBacc (9-4 inc. English Language and Literature, Maths, Science, Spanish or French and either Geography or History).
Ciran Stapleton, Head Teacher, said:
“The students of St Joseph’s should celebrate their outcomes with justified pride. The Teacher Assessed Grades we submitted was outcome of a process whereby students were able to provide evidence of what they could produce outside of an examination process. Nevertheless there was a rigorous process undertaken by all the staff, standardised by other schools, internally moderated and sampled by the Exam Boards which took into account the students two sets of mock results and a Summer Series of assessments of unseen full past papers, marked to the exam specification criteria. The students had to work extremely hard to earn these grades and we’re sure they are a true reflection and a more rounded account of what they can achieve – which has been far greater than what the national expectation might have asked of them. Consequently it shouldn’t be any surprise that this year’s cohort is one of the highest performing cohorts the school has ever seen. The really good news is that this cohort has shown themselves to be a talented and commitment group of young people representative of everyone in our community”.
Among the smiling faces were:
  • Adrian Fernandes: 8 Grade 9s, 2 grade 8s and 1 grade 7
  • Aloysius Fernandes: 7 Grade 9s, 2 grade 8s, 1 grade 6
  • Dawid Fulara: 5 Grade 9s, 4 grade 8s and 2 grade 7s
  • Flora Ezeoke: 3 grade 9s, 6 grade 8s, 1 grade 7 and 1 grade 6
  • Julia Laskawicz: 3 Grade 9s, 4 grade 8s, 2 grade 7s and 1 grade 6
  • Oliwia Kuptel: 3 Grade 9s, 3 grade 8s, 3 grade 7s and 1 grade 6
  • Shivanandana Kishore: 3 Grade 9s, 5 grade 8s, 1 grade 7, 1 D2 and 1 grade 4
  • Giselle Da Silva: 2 Grade 9s, 4 grade 8s, 2 grade 7s, 2 grade 6s and P2
  • Olivia Quinn: 2 Grade 9s, 3 grade 8s, 4 grade 7s and 2 grade 6s
  • Nicola Oko: 2 Grade 9s, 2 grade 8s, 4 grade 7s and 3 grade 6s
  • Belatriz Kamelo De Souza: 2 Grade 9s, 2 grade 8s, 2 grade 7s, 1 grade 6 and 2 grade 5s 

“Incredible” set of results at St Joseph’s Catholic High School 2021

A Levels (including EPQ & Core Maths)
  • A*-A  41%                     Value added = +0.98 (A Levels)
  • A*-B   63%                    94 students in total
  • A*-E   99.7%                  Average A level Grade:  B+
BTEC
  • Distinction*/ Distinction 35%      45 students in total
  • Distinction*/ Merit         65%      Average grade:    Merit
  • Distinction*/Pass           95%      Value Added : +0.14

Ciran Stapleton, Head Teacher, said:

“The students at St Joseph’s have performed to one of the highest levels of performance the school has ever seen.  The Teacher Assessed Grades we submitted was the process of a rigorous process including 3 sets of mock exams/ assessment from last September – which included unseen full past papers, marked to the exam specification criteria and standardised - so we’re sure they are a true reflection of their ability. We don’t select success here, we unlock it. What no-one should forget is that this year all the staff and students have done an incredible amount of work to ensure that our students have the best and fairest system in a world with no formal exams”.

 

Among the smiling faces were:

  •  Wiktoria Michalowska: 3 A*s (French, Psychology, Sociology) and 1 A (Polish)
  • Nojus Trivonas: 3 A*s (Biology, Chemistry and Geography) 1 A (Core Maths) 1 B (EPQ)
  • Matthew Taylor: 3 A*s (English Language, Business and Psychology)
  • Karolina Cal: 2 A*s (Philosophy and Ethics and Psychology) 3 As (Polish, Art and EPQ) 1 B (Maths)
  • John Cabasa: 2 A*s (Maths and Computing) 2 As (Physics and Economics) 1 C (EPQ)
  • Sarah Allababidi: 2 A*s (Maths and Chemistry) 1 A (Biology) and 1 B (EPQ)
  • Olivia Loughlin: 2 A*s (English Literature and Geography) and 1 A (Biology)
  • Georgia Flanagan: 2 A*s (Media and EPQ), 1 A (English Language) and 1 B (Geography)
  • Arrush Chatuvedi: 3 A*s (Physics, Maths and Computing) and 1 B (EPQ)
  • Rahul Fernando: 2 A*s (Physics and Chemistry) 1 A (Maths) 1 D (EPQ)
  • Carmella Codenira: 2 A*s (Psychology and Sociology) 1 A (Biology) and 1 D (EPQ)
  • Alicia Watson: 2 A*s (English Language and Psychology) and 1 A (Philosophy and Ethics)
  • Chloe Aysis-Asiedu: 1 A* (Sociology), 3 As (Biology, Chemistry and EPQ) and 1 B (Maths)
  • Charlotte Jackson Lowe: 1 A* (History) 2 As (English Literature and Philosophy and Ethics)
  • Ines Suida: 1 A* (Psychology) 3 As (Law, Business and EPQ)
  • Humna Choudry: 1 A* (Psychology) 2 As (Law and Sociology) and 1 C (EPQ)
  • Feranmi Sanni: 1 A* (Sociology) 2 As (Maths and Physics)
  • Uzma Iqbal: 1 A* (Psychology) 1 A (Sociology) 1 D* (Health and Social Care) 1 D (EPQ)

 

Universities our students will be bringing our set of values to include; Kings College, Reading, Bristol, Loughborough, London, Leeds, Bath, Nottingham, Royal Holloway, Brighton, Exeter, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Birmingham among others….. 92% of the cohort are going to university with the remaining 8% to Apprenticeships or directly to the world of work.

See our past years results here: 

Results 2020

Results 2019

Results 2018

Results 2017