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Saints Produce Outstanding Results Again

Students at Saint Augustine’s Catholic High School have once again achieved a fantastic set of results and are celebrating their well-deserved success. 99% of students have passed 3 or more A-levels with a significant proportion against national figures achieving A*-C grades. As the Curricular highlights below show, Saint Augustine’s offers a broad range of subjects at A-level and success is shared across all departments:

Maths – 94% of students achieving grade A*-C

English Literature – 86% of students achieving grade A*-C

History – 83% of students achieving grade A*-C

Physics – 100% of students achieving grade A*-C

Music – 100% of students achieving grade A*-C

Media – 84% of students achieving grade A*-C

Theology 82% of students achieving grade A*-C

Vocational subjects enjoyed equal success with the following subjects obtaining Distinction/Distinction*: Applied Science 75%; Art and Design 70%; Business 65%; Information Technology 71%; Health and Social 76%; Sport 75%; Performing Arts 100%.

 

Notable successes include the following students together with their university destinations: Oliver Sabin – Chemistry A*, Mathematics A*, Further Mathematics A* and Physics A* – Oliver will take up his place at Warwick to study Mathematics;  James Poli – History A*, Economics A and Theology A – James will take up his place at Birmingham to study History;  Grace Parsons – Art and Design Distinction *, Theology A and Sociology A – Grace will take up her place at Kent to study Anthropology;  James Barr – Chemistry A, Mathematics A and Physics A – James will take up his place at Exeter to study Physics.

 

Mr Gerald O’Connor, Head of School, commented:

‘In an academic backdrop of increasing challenge, I am yet again delighted that our students have developed the determination, resilience and skills necessary to achieve these results.  They are now in an excellent position to embark on the next stage of their careers.   It should be noted that behind these excellent figures are true stories of endeavour on the part of the students.  A huge thank you must go out to the teaching staff who expertly taught them with enthusiasm and creativity, the pastoral team who skillfully guided them at times of need and to parents and carers for their unrelenting support.  I look forward to hearing of our students’ future successes.’

Pictured from left to right: Luca Palmeri; Jewel Johnson; Charles Fallon; Niamh Collins; James Barr and Oliver Sabin