St Saviour’s and St Olave’s is delighted to share an exceptional set of GCSE results.
84% of our Year 11 students achieved Grades 4 to 9 in both English and Mathematics.
These qualifications are the first of the new more rigorous GCSEs so these outcomes for the girls represent a phenomenal performance, and some of the best in our history!
Other headlines include:
- 79% of students achieved Grades 4 to 9 in English and Maths and at least three other subjects at grade C or above. This equates to the previous main government benchmark of 5 A* to C grades including English and Maths;
- 94% of students achieved grades 9 to 4 in English;
- 85% of students achieved grades 9 to 4 in Mathematics;
- 8% of students in English Literature achieved a grade 9 ;
- 4% of students in Mathematics achieved a grade 9; and
- 26% of all grades were achieved at A* or A.
There were many sets of outstanding outcomes for individual students, here are a few of them:
Esther Akinyele – Three grade 9s and six A* grades
Jade Peake – Two grade 9s, six A*s grades and one grade 7
Sharon Amukamara – One grade 9, five A* grades, two grade 8s and an A grade
Mercy Kayode – One grade 9, three A* grades, one grade 8, one grade 7 and three A grades
Deborah Okyere - One grade 9, three A* grades, two grade 8s, two A grades and a B grade
Tolu Akinola-Adesina – One grade 9, three A*grades, one grade 8, one grade 7, two A grades and a B grade
Hannah Adekunle – Four A* grades, two grade 8s, an A grade, one grade 6 and a B grade.
Timi Adepegba – One grade 9, one A* grade, one grade 8, one grade 7 and five A grades
Victoria Balogun – One grade 9, three A* grades, one grade 8, two A grades, one grade 6 and a B grade
Hanako Harvey – Two A*s, two 8s, one 7, four As and a B
Headteacher, Catherine May, expressed her delight:
“I am absolutely thrilled with these results and so proud of our students. They rose to the challenge of these new exams, maintained their focus and determination, and this success is well deserved. Amongst the joy and celebrations today students have also been expressing their thanks to staff. Our students have worked incredibly hard for this, and they have been well supported by their families and our exceptional teachers and support staff. I wish them continued success for the future."
Director of Learning (Year 11), Hannah Kennedy, said:
“Our Year 11s have faced the curriculum uncertainties this year with tenacity and resilience which is reflected in their excellent achievements. We hope they are inspired by these to pursue a lifelong love of learning. It has been a privilege to watch them develop into the transformative, supportive and compassionate young women that they are and we are excited to see what paths they to choose to take up into the future. We are looking forward to sharing in their many successes into the future.”