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Exam Results 2019
An amazing 69% of the cohort achieved the benchmark of a Grade 4 or above in both English and Mathematics, surpassing last year’s record of 64%. Fantastic results were secured in English (84% 4+), Maths (75% 4+), Science (73% 4+).
Outcomes in Drama, Art and MFL were also very strong, and we are confident that progress released in the Autumn will affirm the fantastic work our students and staff have done.
Notable individual successes were achieved by many of our students, including Alec Lau, with eight grade 9s and two grade 8s, who was in a celebratory mood, stating "I'm so happy with my results, and I couldn't have done it without the help and support of the school and the fantastic teachers. I am looking forward to go on and study Further Maths, History and Economics."
Building on the fantastic success of last summer's results, students at Cardinal Pole Catholic School celebrated amazing A level results today. Already amongst the top 1% of schools for progress last summer according to national A Level Progress measures (ALPs), the percentage of A*, A and B grades still increased this year, with 21% of grades at A*-A, an exceptional 61% at A*-B and 85% at A*-C.
"We are phenomenally proud of these outcomes for students, which are genuinely life changing. The incredible work staff and students have put in all year have been rewarded, and we know they will be successful at further study and employment in the future. We look forward to progress measures in due course demonstrating how brilliantly our students have performed!"
Executive Headteacher, Jane Heffernan
Exceptional results include Faith Osifo who achieved A*A*A*A in Maths, English Literature, History and Religious Studies, who takes her place to study Law at Homerton College Cambridge. Lexie Nyerere achieved A*A*A in Maths, History and English Literature and has accepted an offer to study History at UCL. Bisola Ali-Balogun and Sannimo Yeboah both achieved A*AB, with a large number of other students achieving A* or A grades, taking up places at a range of Russell Group universities, continuing the tradition at the school of securing significantly above average progression to top institutions.
Section 48 - Diocese of Westminster Inspection 13th-14th October 2016
I am delighted to share with you details of our report from the Diocese of Westminster which graded the school as outstanding in every category.
The report commented that our ‘distinctive inclusive ethos of this school is tangible in every area of school life from classroom to corridors and in relationships between students and staff’
and described progress as outstanding. Importantly, it described the school as a ‘safe place that allows all to flourish’ and a place where ‘Students make outstanding progress’.