In a year where results were expected to fall nationally after a 2-year absence of externally assessed exams, St Augustine’s students have bucked the trend and delivered some wonderful results at both GCSE and A-level. We are very proud of our students and send them our congratulations.
They have shown a lot of courage, perseverance, curiosity, determination and resilience in spite of all the disruption to their education over the past two and a half years.
Wonderful A-Level Results
The school’s A Level results were amongst the best ever—better even than the past 2 years of Centre Assessed Grades!
52% of all grades were at A*/A and 84% of all grades at A* to C; that is a great achievement for a cohort of students sitting public examinations for the first time. Our estimated ALPS Score is a 3 which means that officially their progress from GCSE to A level was Excellent.
Those who took Technical exams also did brilliantly with many achieving top levels.
The best outcome is that our students leave us well equipped to take their next steps, with many of them going on to a variety of exciting university and apprenticeship courses. Some of the courses they will be taking include Dentistry, Law, Pharmacy, Architecture, Aerospace Engineering, Film production and the list goes on...
GCSE Results -the best for 4 years
Students who took their GCSE’s this year also did really well and produced the best results we have had for 4 years. I am delighted that a high number of them were successful in their 6th Form applications and will be returning to our 6th Form. We will not be publishing the final outcomes until all re-marks are in, but I can say that the students have done really well. Congratulations.
I would like to say a huge “thank you” to our very hard-working staff, both those in the classroom and all the support staff who help to create such a positive and welcoming environment for our students and enable the school to run so smoothly. I would also like to thank parents and carers who always work in partnership with us in the best interests of their children.
Finally, I would like to wish our students every success in their next steps and hopefully some of them can return to share their journeys with our current students.