A Level and BTEC students celebrate places at top UK universities

St George’s Catholic School is delighted to share the outstanding results achieved by our A Level and BTEC students in summer 2022. The success of our students this year is testament to their hard work, resilience and dedication, together with that of the staff involved.

Head of School, Cathal Gregory, expressed his immense pride at the results and commended both pupils and staff for their hard work this year. “This current cohort of pupils have had to endure an unprecedented two years of disruption and uncertainty and have come out the other end with excellent results. 85% of our students have secured university places with 17% achieving a place in Russell Group universities. I would like to extend my thanks to our dedicated staff, who always set high standards and have provided our young people with every opportunity to fulfil their potential. We would like to wish everyone receiving their results today every success in whatever they choose to do next.”

Students received positive results across the board, with 64% achieving A*-B at A Level and 90% achieving D*-M at BTEC

Some of our standout achievements include:

Jon Kabashi will study Medicine at Leeds (A*AA)

Hawra Jalal will study Law at SOAS (A*A*A)

Jessica Merhi will study Maths at Imperial (A*A*A)

Diogo Pampulin will study Political Economy at Kings (A*AB)

Susana Correia will study History, Politics and Economics at UCL (AAB)

Year 12 students have also performed extremely well and are well placed to produce excellent A2 results in the summer of 2023.

Fred Morgan, the Head of Sixth Form, was delighted with the excellent results: “Our students have demonstrated remarkable resilience over the last two years and I and the sixth form team are enormously proud of our many successes. Well done everyone!”

Headteacher and CEO of Martin Tissot stated: “The achievements of our students have come as a direct result and reward of their continuous efforts, dedication and grit. I am overwhelmingly proud of all students and would like to thank our committed staff, who have gone above and beyond in providing students with excellent teaching, support and subject knowledge. We are thrilled to see so many of our students progressing into further education and we wish all St George’s students, both past and present every success in the future”.