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Holy Family Sixth Form – Best Ever A Level & BTEC Results 2017!
Congratulations to all students of Holy Family Sixth Form who received exam results today! Over 100 students received their A Level and Level 3 BTEC results.
Our A Level results this year are our best ever set of results, including 10 A * grades! Our A*-B grade percentage was 52%, with A*-C being 84% and A*-E 99%.
Headteacher Dr Andy Stone said, “Huge congratulations to all Holy Family students on our best ever set of A Level and BTEC results – this is a particularly impressive achievement as recent reforms to A Levels have made it harder for students to achieve the top grades. Students and staff have worked incredibly hard over the last two years and these results reflect the high level of commitment to study that we encourage at Holy Family. We are extremely proud of all their efforts especially as we are a fully comprehensive sixth form, and nearly 90% of our students will be accepting places at university. We wish all students who are leaving us the best for their future careers”.
Special congratulations to the following Yr 13 A Level students:
- Aarron Westerby A*AA in Maths, Geography & Physics, plus an A in AS Further Maths (UCL, Physics)
- Kishan Weerasuriya in AAA in Economics, Geography & Maths (Economics, Loughborough)
- Filip Wojtczak AA in Biology and Psychology and a Distinction* in CTID Sport
- Emily Nieuwerf A*AB in Art, Psychology and History
- Simon Attang A*AB in Photography, English Literature & Religious Studies (Film, Middlesex)
- Kyra Swaby AAB in IT, Media Studies & Psychology (Media & Communications, Birmingham City)
- Maxwell St Hill AAB in Economics, History & Media Studies (Film, Westminster)
We also had fantastic success with our L3 vocational programmes this year, with 90% of results being classed at either Distinction*, or Distinction level (The equivalent to A* and A grades). Particular congratulations to:
- Arjun Anthony Croos D*D*D*D* & Rhys Marks D*D*D*D* in BTEC Media and Performing Arts
- Rose Namagembe D*D*D* in BTEC Health and Social Care and Science
- Reiss Bleau D*D*D* in BTEC Business and CTID Sport
- Oliver Folaranmi D*D*D*D in BTEC Performing Arts and Business
Holy Family Sixth Form is a growing, oversubscribed sixth form with a strong Catholic Ethos, who welcome applications from those of other faiths or none. For more information, or email email@example.com.
For more photos and student reactions please visit our website and Twitter, @HFCSWaltham.
To apply to our Sixth Form please click here - deadline for Sept 2018 entry applications is Friday 26th January 2018
Congratulations to Year 11 students at Holy Family Catholic School who have achieved excellent GCSE results.
We are pleased to report that 49% of our students achieved both maths and English at the new strong pass of a grade 5 or better, with 61% achieving both maths and English at grade 4 or better. Overall there has been a significant increase in the number of grade 7-9 (A**, A*, A) results in English language, English literature and maths, with 74% of grades being a C and above across all subjects.
Headteacher, Dr Andy Stone comments, “We are very pleased with the outcomes, particularly with the high number of students achieving the Grade 5 and above. The new exams have been very challenging for students and staff and we are delighted with how many students have achieved the new 7, 8, 9 grades. Congratulations to all students and staff for their hard work.”
The following students achieved some exceptional results in this year’s GCSEs:
Greeshma Reji – 10 A*/A’s
Beth McQuarrie - 10 A*/A’s
Dariusz Dusynski - 10 A*/A’s inc. grade 9 maths
Thomas O’Brien - 10 A*/A’s inc. grade 9 English language & literature
Jakub Szczesnowicz - 9A*/A’s, 1B
Chissola Da Conceicao - 7A*/A’s, 4 B’s
Guillame Goodey - 8A*/A’s, 2B’s
Daniel Asare - 9A*/A’s, 1B
Aoife Taylor - 7A*/A’s, 2B’s
Riya Roychan - 9A*/A’s, 1B
Darren Ainembabazi - 7A*/A’s, 2B’s inc. grade 9 English literature
Cara Moran - 6 A*/A’s, 3B’s
Darius Malcolm - 6A*/A’s, 3B’s
Aiste Pokvytyte - 7A*/A’s, 3B’s
Niamh Drennan - 6A*/A’s, 3B’s
Candis Boateng - 7A*/A’s, 3B’s
Sean Curley - 7A*/A’s, 4B’s inc. grade 9 maths
Students celebrated as they opened their results, Thomas O’Brien (pictured) said, “I’m so pleased with my grades and amazed at the Grade 9s in English literature and language especially as after the exams I was quite stressed but now I am so happy! I’m really looking forward to taking my A-Levels now.”
High numbers of our Year 11 students will return to Holy Family Sixth Form to continue their studies to advanced level. We want to congratulate all of our students on the excellent outcomes and wish them luck for the start of their new courses in September. Holy Family is an open access Sixth Form and is happy to welcome students from all faiths or none. If you are looking for a diverse range of subjects at a high performing Sixth Form we are enrolling now. Please visit our website for further information and to apply.
For more photos and student reactions please visit our news page and Twitter & Instagram (@HFCSWaltham)