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GCSE Exam Results 2019

It was a happy and buoyant hall at Thomas More Catholic School on results morning as pupils collected grades that marked the culmination of two years’ hard work on the new GCSEs. The GCSE results gave many causes for celebration and those of us who were there on results day can testify to a great atmosphere in the hall and there was far more celebrating than any other emotion. Indeed, screams of joy and tears of relief and celebration were clearly evident as pupils realised the fruit of their labours. A big thank you and congratulations to everyone in the community who made this possible.

Headline Figures

  • 71% of pupils achieved a 4+ in Maths and 75% of pupils achieved a 4+ in their best English.
  • 63% of pupils achieved a 4+ in both English and Maths.
  • 48% of pupils achieved a 4+ in two Sciences.
  • 46% of pupils achieved a 4+ in History or Geography
  • 58% of pupils achieved a 4+ in a Modern Foreign Language.
  • Our Attainment 8 figure was 43.2.

Top Performing Pupils

Particular congratulations to top-performing students:

  • Netra Patel (4x 9s, 2x 8s; 2x 7s, 2x 6s and a Distinction Star);
  • Alejandro Ito Aramendia (4x 9s, 3x 7s, 3x 6s, and a Distinction Star);
  • Sophia Elizalde (2x 9s, 3x 8s, 4x 7s, 3x 6s and a Distinction Star);
  • Tyler Acheampomg (5x 8s, 1x 7, 4x 6s and a Distinction Star);
  • Jaymal Bechar (2x 9s, 2x 8s, 2x 7s, 4x 6s and a Merit);
  • Ben Areola (5x 8s, 2x 7s, 2x 6 and a Merit)
  • Mihir Patel (2x 9s, 1x 8,1x 7, 4x 6s, and a Distinction).