GCSE Results 2019
Staff and Governors extend their congratulations to the Year 11 students who received their examination results on the 22 August.
We are delighted to report particularly strong academic results this year.
Over 85% of year 11 students achieved a 4 (standard pass) or above at GCSE in both Mathematics and English. In Mathematics, the proportion of our students gaining a strong pass (Level 5 and above) was above 60% representing a rising trend. In English, close to half our Year 11 students gained the top 7-9 grades, with 87% gaining a grade 5 or higher.
Across the wider curriculum there were similar successes. The % of grades at 9-4 is above 85% and the % at 9-5 is at almost 70%. Close to 30% of the grades achieved were a grade 7 or above.
Congratulations go to all our students for their hard work and achievement, and we take this opportunity to recognise the care and support given to them by parents, carers and the adults in the school, in achieving such great success.
A Level Results 2019
St Bernard’s Staff and Governors send their congratulations to our Year 13 students on their achievements in 2019.
We continue to cater for internal and external students at sixth form level and are proud of the success all our students have achieved this year, across a broad range of A level subjects.
Our results continue to be strong. 56% of all A level grades in 2019 were A*-B and 83% of all A level grades were A*-C.
The year 13 average points score per A Level entry is 34.8.
Individual student successes are many and below are just some of the wide range of university courses being embarked upon by St Bernard’s students in 2019:
English Literature at Lancaster University; English at Southampton University; Graphic Communication at Reading University; Law at Lincoln University; Medicine at Hull York Medical School; Criminology at Staffordshire University; Law at Greenwich University; Archaeology and Anthropology at Bournemouth; Business Management and Marketing at Nottingham Trent University; Engineering Product Design at London South Bank University.