Results

Fantastic A Level and BTEC success at Holy Family 2022

IMG 3591Today students gained their final A Level and Level 3 BTEC results, with some fantastic outcomes representing two years of hard work under difficult circumstances. Over 50% of all A Level grades were A*, A or B grades, while 56% of all BTEC grades were either Distinction or Distinction* grades.

These excellent results mean that over 85% of students will be taking up places at university this year, with the remainder gaining places on Apprenticeship or school leaver placements or taking gap years with the aim of starting courses next autumn.

Outgoing Headteacher Dr Stone said: ‘After what has been a very challenging period for schools and for students we are exceptionally proud of the resilience our students have shown in achieving these excellent results. They overcame many challenges supported ably by their committed teachers. After the struggles of the pandemic, and periods of lockdown, we hope they can now look forward and enjoy their time at university or starting their careers. Many congratulations to all of them!’

 

Headline Figures:

A Level                                  BTEC

A*-B: 52%                             D*-D: 56%

A*-C: 80%                             D*-M: 94%

A*-E: 100%                           D*-P: 98%

 

Top achieving students

A Level

Pascal Marimootoo A*A*A Photography, Psychology & Product Design – taking a gap year

Eveline Jonkute A*AA in Psychology, Maths & Business Studies – University of Bristol to study Economics and Econometrics

Abiola Kushanu-Oniru A*AA in Product Design, Maths & Physics - University of Warwick to study Engineering

Sitara Arthur A*A*B in History, Politics & Sociology – University of Southampton to study Modern History and Politics

Tanya Cannon AAA in History, Maths & Politics - University College London to study History

Gabriel Lagrata AAA in Chemistry, Maths & Physics – University of Manchester to study Chemical Engineering

Anna Olteanu AAA in English Literature, Film Studies & Sociology – Kings College to study Film Studies

Natalia Solarska A*B in Art & Product Design, and Distinction in BTEC Media – University of the Arts London to study Interior Design

Edward Kyere A*AB in Maths, Physics and Economics - University of Warwick to study Engineering

 

Level 3 BTEC

Oriana Garry-Plinton - Double Distinction* in Health and Social Care – City University to study Psychology

Sashelle Cuffie - Distinction in Applied Science & Distinction*/Distinction in Health & Social Care – University of Northampton to study Mental Health Nursing

Rhoda Adu-Boahene - Distinction* in Performing Arts * double Distinction in Health & Social Care – Middlesex University to study Nursing

Vyanna Hardy - Distinction* in Performing Arts & Distinction in Media Production – Degree Apprenticeship in Media

Jamal Akani - Distinction in IT & double Distinction in Business – Nottingham Trent to study Computer Science

Debola Balogun - Distinction in IT & Distinction*/Distinction in Business – Aston University to study Business Computing & IT

Daniel Boyko - Distinction in Sport & double Distinction in Business – UCFB to study Sports Management

Adrian Fernando-Pulle - Distinction in IT & double Distinction in Business - University of Greenwich to study Computer Engineering

Sean Seery - Distinction in IT & double Distinction in Business - University of East Anglia to study Business Information Systems

Sebastian TeVelde - Distinction in IT & double Distinction in Business – Aston University to study Business Management

Tyla Edwards-Grant - Distinction*/Distinction in Health & Social Care and B in Sociology – Birmingham University to study Nursing

Deanne Boachie - Distinction*/Distinction in Health & Social Care and b in Sociology – Anglia Ruskin to study Midwifery

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