Congratulations to all our Year 11 students who have produced some outstanding GCSE results this academic year. We have enjoyed success in several different subjects and are extremely proud of the level of achievement, both from the entire year group and many individual students. This academic year was a very different and unique experience for our Year 11 students, and they have shown real determination and resilience to achieve the success they deserve.
Our average GCSE Grade for GCSE Biology, Chemistry and Physics was a Grade 7, with GCSE Computer Science, Business and Modern Foreign Languages also achieving an average of a Grade 6 or higher.
18.4% of the cohort achieved a Grade 9-7 for English,17.8% a Grade 9-7 for Maths.
84.7% of the cohort achieved Grade 9-4 for English and a Grade 9-4 for Maths.
72.4% achieved a Grade 99-44 for GCSE Combined Science and 90% scoring a Grade 9-5 for GCSE Biology, GCSE Chemistry and 93% scoring a Grade 9-5 for GCSE Physics.
More than 25% of our Year 11 cohort achieved all grade 9-5 for every subject and we have some outstanding individual achievements too.
We are excited to also welcome back into our Sixth Form a higher number of our Year 11 students than previous years. We are looking forward to seeing our students continue to be successful on their chosen A Level and Level 3 Vocational courses and wish all our students who are pursuing courses elsewhere all the success they deserve in the future. - Rachel Kelly, Deputy Headteacher
St Augustine's is pleased to report some outstanding achievements by its students in their A Level and other Level 3 qualifications and GCSE's this summer.
33% of our final grades were A*-A, 54% were A*-B and our average grade was a B-. We are also pleased to share the performance of our vocational subjects; with a Distinction* as the average grades of our applied general courses. Our students have gone onto a wide variety of excellent universities including King's College London, the University of Bristol, The University of Edinburgh, Imperial College London and UCL.
This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by exam boards. The government is not publishing performance data for any schools or colleges this year due to the varying impact of the pandemic.
Mr Moriarty: We are immensely proud of all the hard work, resilience, and achievements of our students, especially after such a difficult and disrupted year. Our staff have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto further education or the world of work, and we look forward to seeing what they will achieve in the future." -Emma Hayman, Assistant Headteacher
Click here to see the Department for Education (DfE) performance tables.
% of students retained for a second year in their main study programme:
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