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A Level Results 2021

Sacred Heart Celebrates!

81% entry to nationally recognised top universities in the country including Oxbridge/Russell Group. We are also delighted to announce our biggest cohort of pupils studying medicine (six). It should also be noted especially at this difficult time that six other pupils are going on to study nursing.

As we receive confirmation of our teacher assessment grades this year, I am reminded of the unprecedented difficulties faced by our country’s education system, and in particular our pupils. Despite these obvious challenges however, Sacred Heart pupils did indeed sit final exams, properly invigilated and moderated. Therefore, I sincerely hope they are proud of their achievements, and hope for all our sakes that a sense of normality will prevail in the remaining years of their academic journeys. I am very proud of their achievements and equally grateful for the hard work and dedication of my staff, who have had to single handedly carry the burden of ensuring Sacred Heart pupils are prepared for the next chapter in their academic lives. The results overview and some notable successes are outlined below.

Holly Agbukor                     2 A*’s and 1A              (Oxford – PPE)

Jawad Alabi                          3 A*’s                               (Warwick – Maths)

Gabriel Bac                           3 A*s and 1A               (Warwick – Mechanical Engineering)

Kevwe Natufe                    3 A*s                                 (Warwick – Computer Science)

Blessing Okuchukwu     3 A*s                                 (Liverpool – Medicine)

Lemara Spence                   3 A*s                                 (Leeds – English Language/Literature)

Stefano Saraceno             1 A* and 3 A’s               (Kings College – History)

Ann-Francisca Addai      2 A*’s and 1A               (Birmingham – Business Management)

Emelia Bature                     3 A*s                                 (Liverpool – Medicine)

Rachel Daramola              3 A*s and 1A                (Degree Level Apprenticeship – Ernst and Young)

Robert Kamara                  1 A* and 3A’s                (University College London – Medicine)

Gbemisayo Oduniyi        2 A*s and 1A                (Warwick – Economics)

Chidera Okoli                      2 A*s and 1A                (Birmingham – Mechanical Engineering)

Sarah Pedace                       2 A*s and 2A’s             (University College London – Psychology)

Overall Outcomes

86% of pupils accessed their first or second choice university

A* - A grades – 51%
A* - B grades – 85%

Top Departments

Geography                                    100% A*-B 
History                                               92% A*-B
Maths                                                 89% A*-B
Government and Politics        93% A*-B
Business Studies                          89% A*-B
Economics                                       92% A*-B 





GCSE Results 2021


 Although the circumstances surrounding this year’s GCSE results have been unusual and without precedent, Sacred Heart Catholic Secondary School in Camberwell is proud that official results have seen 87% of pupils achieve at least five standard GCSE passes and above, including English and Maths, while many pupils have also achieved a slew of top grades. 

 Among the school’s headline figures: 

  • 87% of pupils achieved at least 5 standard passes including English and Maths 
  • 72% of pupils achieved a grade 5 and above in English and Maths 
  • 83% of pupils achieved a grade 5 and above in English 
  • 76% of pupils achieved a grade 5 and above in Maths 
  • 67% of pupils achieved the EBACC, as well as grade 5 and above in English and Maths 
  • 76% of pupils achieved the EBACC, as well as grade 4 and above in English and Maths  


Headteacher Mr Serge Cefai commented: 
“Sacred Heart school is well used to achieving some of the best GCSE results in the country and although the circumstances surrounding this year’s grades have been extremely challenging for pupils and staff I am delighted that our pupils have once again worked hard and excelled. 
”As well as other assessment criteria we utilised, we ensured that all Year 11 pupils sat full final exams in all their subjects which were externally invigilated and thoroughly moderated in order to ensure the fairest and most accurate grades. I am very proud of how hard my staff worked to administer these exams, and especially proud of how determined, ambitious and focused our pupils have been against the context of the Pandemic. 
“Our pupils have not only excelled in these exams, but by sitting rigorous assessments we have ensured that they are well prepared for the next stage in their educational journeys.” 

Among the school’s outstanding individual performers were the following:           

  • Daniel Evbota (Ten Grade 9s, One Grade 8) 
  • Grace Makiese (Nine Grade 9s, One Grade 8) 
  • Adonay Temnewo (Eight Grade 9s, Three Grade 8s) 
  • Ehinomen Olumese (Seven Grade 9s, Four Grade 8s) 
  • Daniela Athieno Jawiloka (Seven Grade 9s, Two Grades 8s) 
  • Mirana Claye (Seven Grades 9s, Four Grade 8s) 
  • Joshua Onobrakpeya (Six Grade 9s, Five Grade 8s) 
  • Samuel Raji (Six Grade 9s, Five Grade 8s) 
  • Regan Darko (Five Grade 9s, Six Grade 8s)
  • Anh-Quoc Ha (Five Grade 9s, Six Grade 8s)