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We are delighted with the GCSE level results achieved by the students at Finchley Catholic High School this year which demonstrate a sharp rise on previous years on key measures and represent our best results ever.
Of the students entered for GCSE...
- 89% of students attained at least 5 A*-C grades
- 85% of students attained at least 5+ A*-C including English and Maths at Grade 4 and above, an increase of 9% on 2016.
- 89% of students attained a standard pass in both English and Maths
- 28% of all grades were at A*-A
- 47% of students passed EBacc
- 11 subject areas achieved an A*-C (9-4) pass rate in excess of 90%
- 23 students were awarded A*-A in 8 or more subjects. They were...
Kyle Brown, Matthew Cook, James Costello, Louis Desforges, Niall Duggan, Jack Fereday, Luke Flaherty, Harvey Heath, Matthew Joyce, Jake Keenan, Joshua Levitt, Rory McElhatton, Sean Morgan, Ciaran Moyles, Sergio Pavarani, Daniel Pinto, Louie Rickard, Jago Robinson, Jay Slawson, Nicholas Stanford, Willian Sturley, Louis Velati, Jospeh Whelan.
‘I am enormously proud of the successes of our students in their GCSE examinations. Despite the uncertain climate, they have performed extremely well, achieving our best ever set of GCSE results. These results are testament to the hard work of students and staff, who, working together with parents have secured results which we are thrilled with’. Julie Durham, Headteacher
We look forward to seeing the students back in September to start their 6th form studies.
A Level Results
Overall, our students achieved an A*-B pass rate of 51%, and an A*-C pass rate of 82%, both significant increases on 2016.
Students and staff worked incredibly hard to achieve these results in a climate of great uncertainty, and they are testament to the commitment students have shown to their studies and the high quality support given by staff. We are exceptionally proud of all of our students, the overwhelming majority of whom have secured their choice of university place or training position.
Special congratulations go to the following students who achieved all A* and A grades:
Liam Brennan: 2 x A* and 1 x A; Jack Devall: 2 x A* and 1 x A; Deaghlan O’Dea: 2 x A* and 2 x A; Timothy Reeve: 3 x A; Andrew Wojtas: 3 x A
…and to the following students who achieved a mixture of As and Bs:
Hubert Amaricai: 1 x A*, 1 x A and 2 x B; Sean Bailey: 2 x A and 1 x B; Vito Capone: 1 x A and 2 x B; Ezio Corera: 1 x A* and 2 x B; Jemma Dias: 2 x A and 1 x B; Charlie D’Lima: 1 x A* and 2 x B; Grace Dwek: 1 x A and 2 x B; Hugo Greally: 1 x A and 2 x B; Ciaran Harbach: 2 x A and 1 x B; Bradley Harvey-Stone: 1 x A and 2 x B; Jake Helcke: 1 x A and 2 x B; Aaron Kelly: 2 x A and 1 x B; Sam Kerin: 1 x A*, 1 x A and 1 x B; Liam Lawrence: 1 x A and 2 x B; Lottie Macaskill: 1 x A and 2 x B; Alice Manning: 1 x A* and 2 x B; Matthew McArdle: 2 x A and 1 x B; Tommy McDonagh: 2 x A and 1 x B; Charlie McKenna: 2 x A and 1 x B; Matthew O’Connor: 1 x A and 2 x B; Chizem Omisa: 1 x A*, 1 x A and 1 x B; Anthony Ruiz: 1 x A*, 1 x A and 1 x B; Callum Tanvir: 1 x A and 2 x B; Joseph Willoughby: 1 x A*, 1 x A and 1 x B
Our Progress score for both Level 3 qualifications is predicted to be significantly positive.
Students who achieved outstanding progress scores, meaning they averaged at least one grade above target in each subject, were:
Chisem Omisa, Anthony Ruiz, Andrew Wojtas, Grace Dwek, Marco Whelan, Sam Kerin, Lottie Macaskill, Aaron Kelly, Niamh Bull, Matthew McCardle, Sofia Bernabei, James Rice, Sean Bailey, Liam Brennan, Stefan Galluccio, Callum Tanvir, Charlie McKenna, Joseph Willoughby, Isobel Evans.
We wish all of our students the best of luck in their next steps.