Fantastic results for Year 13!
St Katherine's sixth formers have been celebrating receiving some fantastic results in the sunshine! At A level 51.9% of grades achieved were A*-A, with 75% at A*-B and 88.5% at A*-C. The overall pass rate was 100%. The vocational qualifications results were similarly impressive with 64% awarded at D*-D and an overall pass rate of 100%.
In securing these results, our year 13 students have moved onto a range of high quality destinations. 81% of the cohort applied to university. Of these, 41% secured places at prestigious Russell Group universities including University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, University of Edinburgh, Imperial College London, University of Manchester, University of Utah, USA, and a range of other world-leading institutions. A number of our students have also secured high quality employment pathways.
Twenty two students deserve particular recognition for achieving the highest grades alongside students who made significant progress:
- Wren Talbot-Ponsonby - A*, A*, A*, A*, University of Oxford, Maths and Philosophy
- Jess Butcher - A*, A*, A*, A*, Imperial College London, Medical Biosciences
- Alex Bennett - A*, A*, A*, A*, University of Manchester, Physics
- Steph Thomasset - A*, A*, A*, A, University of Edinburgh, Classics
- Grace Brown - A*, A*, A*, A, University of Exeter, Marine Biology
- Mia Vincent - A*, A*, A, University of Cardiff, Mathematics
- Sam Sedlen - A*, A*, A, University of Cardiff, Chemistry
- Abbie Ring - A*, A*, A, University of Edinburgh, Medicine
- Charlie Bulmer - A*, A*, A, A, University of Bristol, Mathematics
- William Want - A*, A*, A, University of Cambridge, Music
- Niamh Metelko-Jones - A*, A, A, Popular Music Performance at BIMM
- Peter Hadley - A*, A, A, planned year out
- Ellie Griffin - A*, A, A, University of Cardiff, Psychology
- Patryk Lietzau - A*, A*, A, B, University of Bath, Computer Science
- Lili Schirru - A, A, A, University of Plymouth, Psychology with Criminology
- Daniel Powell - A*, A, B, Queen Mary, University of London, Computer Science
- Finn O’Rourke - A*, A, A, B, Durham University, Mathematics
- Dylan Eldred - D*, D*, D*, University of the West of England, Business and Events Management
- Alfie Derrick - A, A, A, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Sport Conditioning, Rehabilitation and Massage
- Will Conroy - A, A, A, A, University of Cardiff, Law
- Elise Caddick - A*, A, B, Art Foundation
- Ellie McIntyre, D*, D, D*, University of Nottingham, Education
Justin Humphreys, Headteacher said:
"Above all the noise, another great set of outcomes for the students of St Katherine’s, securing many of the highest grades across both our academic and vocational pathways. Great progress has been made by the students with so many individual success stories. Students deserve this personal success, reflecting their dedication and we celebrate this success together. Teachers are rightly proud of the achievements within their classes."
The results that students have received today are an honest reflection of the commitment and dedication that our young people have shown over the last two years, resulting in 95% of students securing their first choice future pathway. Students are successfully progressing onto many Russell Group Universities, apprenticeships and employment opportunities and we wish all of our students continued success on the next stage of their journey."
Geraint Davies, St Katherine’s Head of Sixth Form, added:
"It is difficult to overstate the sense of pride felt on a day like this. In spite of the innumerable challenges that have been thrown at the young people in Year 13, we can report a truly exceptional collection of results for this cohort. While their final year at St Katherine’s may not have looked like any before, or indeed like any of us wanted, we know that each and every one of these students worked tirelessly to achieve these grades.
While the results themselves are hugely impressive, equally striking is the diverse and fascinating array of destinations our students are heading to, with exciting and fulfilling lives ahead of them. We thank them for all they have contributed to St Katherine’s during their time here, and look forward to welcoming them back one day to hear of all the wonderful things they have achieved.”