Eighty-four per cent of pupils at Camberwell’s Sacred Heart school have gained at least five standard GCSE passes and above, including in English and Maths, despite this year’s ‘fraught and unusual’ process.
In headline figures:
- 69% of pupils achieved a grade 5 and above in English and Maths
- 85% of pupils achieved a grade 4 and above in English and Maths
- 83% of pupils achieved a grade 5 and above in English
- 74% of pupils achieved a grade 5 and above in Maths
- 57% of pupils achieved the EBACC, as well as grade 5 and above in English and Maths
- 67% of pupils achieved the EBACC, as well as grade 4 and above in English and Maths
Head teacher Mr Serge Cefai commented: “This year the grades allocated to our pupils have gone through a process that has been fraught and unusual to say the least.
“Having said that, I am delighted that the results our pupils have achieved are a true reflection of the hard work they have produced over the last five years.
“I commend pupils’ achievements as well as the professionalism and dedication of my staff, who worked very hard to ensure that the grades awarded were fair and consistent with the level of work produced by pupils.
“I can assure everyone that at Sacred Heart all evidence including the last few months of rigorously monitored online work were taken into account before teachers issued Centre Assessed Grades which ultimately the government have issued as official results.
“By continuing to set work and monitor and mark it during lockdown, we have ensured that our pupils are well placed and fully prepared to continue their studies in September.”
Top performing pupil Agnes Tegile, who achieved an incredible nine grade 9s and one grade 7 – said: “I’m over the moon! I’m so very happy with my results.
“Thanks to my mum who has always supported me and encouraged me to revise and to all my teachers for believing in me.”
Other outstanding students include:
- Agnes Tegile (nine 9s, one 7)
- Edenamiuki Ehioghae (seven 9s, three 8s)
- Odunamen Ogbeide (six 9s, five 8s)
- Christine Tuvi (six 9s, four 8s)
- Carlota Loureiro (five 9s, three 8s, two 7s)
- Amanda Aforo (four 9s, six 8s)
- Fiona Adenuga (four 9s, four 8s, one 7)
- Mia Malijan (three 9s, six 8s, one 7)
- Maylene Ogbebor (three 9s, four 8s, two 7s)
- Jennifer Iniguez Luna (two 9s, five 8s, two 7s
- Pearl Odutayo (one 9, six 8s, three 7s)