A Level Results 2022
A Level Success at Sacred Heart!
Following two years of teacher assessment grades and a government warning of a rise in grade boundaries I was, along with all my teachers, very anxious about this year’s results. I am therefore delighted to report that our pupils have not only done well, but have improved significantly upon 2019 results.
I can report that the overall figure for the number of A*-A results this year are 45%, a huge improvement on 2019 (30%).
A*-B results - 81% (56%)
A*-C results – 95% (87%)
In addition, our D-Tech (‘A’ Level equivalent 5) results have also been outstanding.
The percentage of results that attained distinction or distinction star (A-A*) was a brilliant 78%.
This will of course mean that our pupils can now access the best universities on offer. The percentage of our pupils achieving their university and course of choice is 90%.
These results not only remind me of the talent, hard work and resilience of my staff and pupils, but also show that with the correct attitude all obstacles can be overcome.
My congratulations to my entire staff, my pupils, and of course their parents.
Mr Cefai, Headteacher
Below are some outstanding results from individual pupils:
|Jessica Uzoh||1A*, 1A and 1B||Cambridge - Law|
|Fiona Adenuga||3 A*’s||Warwick - Law|
|Solomon Areoye||1 A* and 2A's||Warwick – Biomedical Systems Engineering|
|Kizrene Dodoo||2 A*s and 1A||Sheffield - Law|
|Ifeoma Enujuba||3A*s||Birmingham - Law|
|Jesus Gutierrez-Fernandez||1A*, 2A’s and B||Queen Mary - Computer Science|
|Matthew Green||2 A*s and 1A||Kings College - War Studies and History|
|Mia Malijan||1A* and 2A's||UAL - Art Foundation|
|Pearl Odutayo||1A* and 2A's||Leeds - Biomedical Science|
|Sylvester Ozo||2A*'s and 1A||Warwick - Accounting and Finance|
|Phaedra Shodipe||4A's||Sunderland - Biomedical Science|
|Agnes Tegile||3A*'s and 1A||Aston - Medicine|
|Jennifer Ani||3A's||Keele - Medicine|
|Oluwafolakemi Fatinikun||3A's||Keele - Medicine|
|Divine Kimboko||3A's||Goldsmiths - Law|
|Ifechukwude Okadiegbo||3A's||Birmingham - International Relations|
A LEVEL RESULTS 2022
Comments from our successful A Level students
“I am so shocked and proud right now and could not have done this without the help of all my wonderful teachers. Thank you so much!” – Kizrene
“Thank you so much Sacred Heart, I couldn’t have done it without you!” – Agnes
“Without the encouragement of the teachers, I would have never been able to push myself and believe I could succeed in the face of adversity”. – Matthew
“Thank you to all my teachers!” – Ifechukwude
“I would like to thank the teachers for helping me maximise my potential”. – Sylvester
“My results were way better than I expected!" – Phaedra
“Thank you Sacred Heart! This wouldn’t have been possible without the help of all the teachers”. – Jesus
“After a tough few years, these grades make it all worth it!” – Mia
“I am so grateful to Sacred Heart and the hard work they have put in, in helping me to achieve great grades”. – Ifeoma
“I’m so happy with my results, couldn’t have done it without the help of my subject teachers”. – Jennifer
Sacred Heart Celebrates Stunning GCSE Results!
Sacred Heart Catholic School in Camberwell is celebrating a stunning set of GCSE results.
Among the amazing headline figures, 90% of pupils achieved five GCSEs including a standard pass in both English and Maths and 80% achieved a strong pass in both subjects. Both results are in excess of last year, when teacher assessed grades were awarded, and are also higher than in 2019, when the last externally marked examinations were held.
Our outgoing headteacher Mr Cefai said: “Wow! We are delighted to be able to report that despite all the doom and gloom surrounding this year’s GCSE results we can boast results that are even better than last year’s teacher assessed grades and our last externally marked exams in 2019. In true Sacred Heart style staff, pupils and parents refused to make excuses for the challenges of the pandemic that were presented to them.
“We are very proud of everyone associated with our school, especially the pupils, who along with their teachers have worked so hard to achieve these brilliant results. We look forward to these pupils being able to access the A level and 6th form courses of their choice and are confident that context and the final Progress 8 figures will show that once again we are one of the top achieving schools in the country.”
Pupil Michael Tamargo, who achieved Grade 9 in every subject he sat, said: "I am super shocked that I got all Grade 9s. It was definitely worth all the struggles and hard work I put in!"
Summary of GCSE results:
- 80% of pupils achieved a strong pass in both English and Maths
- 90% of pupils achieved a standard pass in both English and Maths
- 94% of pupils achieved a standard pass or above in English and 87% of pupils achieved a strong pass or above in English
- 90% of pupils achieved a standard pass or above in Maths and 83% of pupils achieved a strong pass or above
- 88% of pupils achieved a standard pass or above in at least two Sciences
- 88% of pupils achieved a standard pass or above in Modern Foreign Languages
- 66% of pupils achieved the English Baccalaureate with strong passes in English and Maths
- 68% of pupils achieved the English Baccalaureate with standard passes in English and Maths
Among our top performing pupils were:
- Michael Tamargo - Grade 9s in all ten GCSEs
- Tomas Ruiz Herrera - Six Grade 9s, four Grade 8s
- Rain Villa - Six Grade 9s, four Grade 8s
- Chelsea Beattie - Five Grade 9s, four Grade 8s, one Grade 7
- Viet Ha - Five Grade 9s, four Grade 8s, one Grade 7
- Keona Calaoa - Five Grade 9s, one Grade 8, three Grade 7s
- Bernadine Kimvula - Five Grade 9s, three Grade 8s, one Grade 7
GCSE RESULTS 2022