Student Outcomes 2018
School and College Performance Tables
Key Stage 4
We are very pleased with the performance of all of our students, with 67% achieving a grade 4 or above in both English and Maths and 42% achieving a grade 5 or above in both subjects.These results are very pleasing, especially in the light of the more challenging performance measures. Students, and their families, can be proud of their achievement. We are grateful to all the staff for their hard work in supporting students to achieve these excellent results.
There are many success stories, with notable achievements including:
- 9 students achieving 5 or more grade 8’s or grade 9’s
- 21 students achieving 5 or more grade 7’s or above
Key Stage 5
Congratulations and well done to all 6th form students on their excellent results. We are delighted that their hard work and commitment has been rewarded. As a Sixth Form College, we are proud that students have the opportunity to study such a wide range of A level and Vocational courses and are very proud of all their achievements.
Many of our students performed exceptionally well and have now accepted university offers and begun their studies. We continue to be delighted with the high percentage of our students going on to study at Russell Group Universities.
- One student accepted an offer for Cambridge University
- Three students have confirmed offers to study Medicine
- Two students have accepted offers to study in America
- One student has a begun training to become a pilot
There have been some fantastic grades within the A Level subjects, with noteworthy achievements including:
- Seven students achieving three grades or more at A*-A
- Eighteen students attaining three grades between A*-B
- One student who achieved A* grades in all 4 subjects studied
There has yet again been some exceptional performances within the vocational subjects too, with notable achievements including:
- Eight students obtaining Distinction grades across all subjects
- One student in particular achieving Distinction* grades across all subjects
St Wilfrid’s Catholic High School and Sixth Form College Level 3 Results.
Sixth Form Students celebrate their A level and Vocational results
Students at St Wilfrid’s are celebrating today after achieving their Advanced Level and Vocational results.
Sixth form students performed exceptionally well and are now accepting their university offers. We are delighted with the variety of courses that students will study and the number of students going to Russell Group Universities. We are exceptionally pleased with the range of apprenticeships and career opportunities that students have secured.
- over 75% of students going to university with over 25% having confirmed offers at a Russell Group Universities
- 14% of students taking up Level 4 apprenticeships.
Some fantastic grades have been achieved at A-Level with:
- five students achieving a minimum of an ‘A’ Grade in all of their subjects:
- James Cotter (A*, A, A, A)
- Kristian St. Ange (A, A, A)
- Eve Ambler (A, A, A)
- Rahul Reju (A, A, A)
- Emily Whitehouse (A*, A, A)
- seven students achieving AAB in facilitating subjects.
- twenty-one students achieving at least 3 A-Levels in the A*-B range.
- seventy-two students achieving 3 A Levels.
Exceptional performances in vocational subjects include:
- four students achieving a Distinction* across all of their chosen subjects including:
- Emily Hartshorne
- Alexandra Roberts
- Kailee Taylor
- eleven students achieving a Distinction across all of their subjects.
Interim Headteacher: Mrs. E McGrath said:
‘Congratulations and well done to all our students on their excellent results. I am delighted that students’ hard work and commitment has been rewarded. We are proud that students have the opportunity to study such a wide range of A’Level and Vocational courses. I would like to thank all staff and Year 13 students for contributing so much to the school community over the past few years; we are very proud of all their achievements. We wish all our students every success for the future as they embark on university courses, venture into the world of work or take up opportunities to travel or become involved in volunteering.’
St Wilfrid’s welcomes sixth form students from a wide range of local high schools and has a very broad range of courses, including vocational options. Enrolment for sixth form will take place on the afternoon of Thursday 22nd August.