Please note: The Secretary of State determined that the results of 2020 and 2021 have not been published as performance measures.
We are delighted with the GCSE level results achieved by the students at Finchley Catholic High School and are proud of the hard work and commitment they showed to their studies.
Some of the highlights are:
- 89% of students achieved a Standard Pass (Grade 4) in both English and Maths and 71% achieved a Good Pass (Grade 5) in each
- 72% achieved a Grade 5 or above in both English and Maths
- 88% of grades were at Grade 4 and above and 77% of grades at Grade 5 and above
- 40% of all grades were at Grades 9-7
In addition, 37 students were awarded Grade 9-7 in 8 or more subjects, up from 28 in 2018. Many students achieved outstanding progress scores, meaning that they achieved well above their target in each subject.
The percentage of students achieving 5 or above in the English Baccalaureate is 34% with an average points score in EBACC subjects of 5.38.
This means that as a school our Progress 8 score is +0.52 and our Attainment 8 scores is 59.68.
Please click here to visit the DFE school performance table website.
Level 3 (A Level and BTec) 2019
Our A Level and L3 BTec students achieved some fantastic results thanks to their hard work and determination. We are delighted that the vast majority were able to secure their first choice of university, apprenticeship or other pathway.
Overall, our students achieved an A*-B pass rate of 48%, and an A*-C pass rate of 82%
This led to a L3VA score for A levels of -0.07. Our three-year average L3VA score for 2017-2019 is +0.10.
Special congratulations go to the six students who achieved all A* and A grades and to the 12 students who achieved a combination of A*, A, B.
Many students achieved outstanding progress scores, meaning they achieved well above their target in each subject.
90.6% of students successfully completed their main course of study.
Our results and other performance measures can be found here.
English and Maths (Post-16) 2018-2019
These scores show how much progress students at Finchley Catholic High School made in English and maths GCSE re-takes, between the end of Key Stage 4 and the end of their time in 6th form.
A positive score means that, on average, students got higher grades at Key Stage 5 than at Key Stage 4. A negative score means that, on average, students got lower grades than at Key Stage 4.
Students are included in these measures if they did not achieve a grade 4 or higher in their GCSE or equivalent by the end of key stage 4 in that subject.
English Language: for the academic year 2018-19, the 11 eligible students achieved a progress score of +0.64 meaning they made approximately two thirds of a grade of progress during Key Stage 5.
This compares to a progress score of +0.03 in the local authority and +0.13 nationally.
Maths: for the academic year 2018-19, the 11 eligible students achieved a progress score of +0.36 meaning they made over one third of a grade of progress during Key Stage 5.
This compares to a progress score of +0.06 in the local authority and +0.08 nationally.