Camberwell’s Sacred Heart Catholic School is celebrating ninety per cent of its pupils being accepted to their first or second choice of university, writes Jessica Aszkenasy…
All 76 of the school’s year thirteen pupils sat the exams this year and ninety per cent achieved grades between A* and C, 30 per cent achieved an A or A* and 70 per cent achieved between A* and B.
One hundred per cent of pupils obtained between A* and B in further maths and geography, and more than 80 per cent of pupils gained between an A* or B in business studies, chemistry, economics, French, history and Spanish.
Headteacher Serge Cefai said: “Despite ongoing concerns relating to national assessment criteria and changes to A Level curricula and syllabi, I am delighted that we are once again able to celebrate an outstanding set of A Level results at Sacred Heart School.
“For 30 per cent of all entries by our pupils to be graded at A or A* is an excellent return.
“Furthermore, 70 per cent of all A Levels sat by our pupils were graded between an A* and B, which is a stunning reflection of the hard work of our pupils and staff. I wish all our year thirteen’s the best of luck in their further education.”
Pupils Stephanie Ajimokun, Danielle Ankrah-Anobah, Andreia Cruz Borges, Ife Oladejo, Azenosa Osazee and Donna Webley gained three or more A or A* grades.
Pupils Sabrina Belaziz, Emmanuel Folorunso, Edith Lees, Stephanie Shodipe, Estelle Uba and Andre Vincente gained three or more A Levels at AAB.