GCSE Results 2018

A stunning 62% of pupils achieved a strong pass in both English and Maths, while 83% of pupils achieved a standard pass in both English and Maths.
 
Last year the school ranked 20th in the whole country for ‘Progress 8’ – the government’s headline progress measure and this year the school’s provisional Progress 8 measure of 1.07 puts it on course for another stunning result when these figures are confirmed in November.
 
Head-teacher Mr Serge Cefai said:
“Last year Sacred Heart found itself in the top 20 schools in the country for the overall measure of school performance. Despite new specifications in most subject areas and despite the move from A*-G to 9-1, we are delighted to report that this year’s GCSEs results have even superseded last year’s incredible results.
“Congratulations to our pupils and, of course, our hard working staff, who have achieved the fantastic results that their endeavours deserve. We await national context but feel confident that we will once again be among the leading schools in the country.”
 
Summary of GCSE results and departmental results for Year 11:
 
·   62% of pupils achieved a strong pass in both English and Maths
·   83% of pupils achieved a standard pass in both English and Maths
·   94% of pupils achieved a standard pass or above in English and 82% of pupils achieved a strong pass or above in English
·   83% of Maths results were a standard pass and above
·   69% of Maths results were a strong pass and above
·   91% of pupils achieved a standard pass or above in at least two Sciences
·   96% of pupils achieved a standard pass or above in Modern Foreign Languages
·   53% of pupils achieved the English Baccalaureate with strong passes in English and Maths
·   62% of pupils achieved the English Baccalaureate with standard passes in English and Maths
 
Highest performing pupils:
Lucia Ruiz – Five Grade 9s and Five Grade 8s (plus an A* from year 10)
Omonye Ifidon – Four Grade 9s, Four Grade 8s, One Grade 7 (plus an A* from year 10)