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Examinations & Results

Exam Dates

 

 Dates
Live Exams9 May 2024 - 26 Jun 2024
Year 12 & 10 Mock17 Jun 2024 - 28 Jun 2024

 

Exam Results August 2023

GCSE achievements at St Gregory’s

 

We are very proud of our Year 11 students at St Gregory’s Catholic School. As a large and inclusive Catholic school with 239 students, we feel our students have risen to the challenge with great resilience and rigour, after the uncertainty of the last few years. With the news that examination results are working towards the pre-pandemic levels, we are especially proud of all our students’ achievements this year.

 

Overall, 75% of students secured a good grade in English and Maths combined, with 16% of grades in the higher 9-7 range. Including our BTEC qualifications, 56% of our students achieved grades 9-5 and 75% achieved grades 9-4. It is currently difficult to put a value on the Progress 8 (the main measure of GCSEs) as these will be confirmed by the DfE in October. However, St Gregory’s feels this will be a positive outcome, indicating students make good progress during their time in the main school.

 

Some standout results are:

Zachary (9 grade 9s)

Sum Yin (6 grade 9s)

Michael (5 grade 9s)

Julia (5 grade 9s)

Frederic (4 grade 9s)

Amy (3 grade 9s)

Abby, Thomas and Rourke all received 2 grade 9s

 

Pauline Kerr, Deputy Headteacher said, “We are delighted with these results, and are very proud of our students accomplishments. They have worked incredibly hard and have deserved to achieve so well. We look forward to continuing to work with the vast majority of them as they join us in the Sixth Form.’

 

Phil Byrne, Headteacher said, “We are so happy and proud of our results, and the outcomes of our students. With the challenges they have faced over the last few years, they have achieved some great results and secured their futures. This is a testament to their hard work, and support from their families and staff at St Gregory’s. During my first year at the school, I have been very impressed with our Year 11 students and these results are proof of this. We are looking forward to many of our students joining our Sixth Form and continuing their success. We also wish students moving on, all the best, and they will know that they will always be part of the family here at St Gregory’s.”

 

 A Level celebration at St Gregory’s

 

Students at St Gregory’s Catholic School achieved fantastic A Level results this year with 39% gaining A*-B grades and 16.3% of all grades being graded A* or A.

 

With the news that A Level results are working towards the pre-pandemic levels, the Reynolds Lane school is proud of their students’ achievements this year. Overall, 71% of students secured A*-C grades with a 99% pass rate. The school is also especially pleased with their BTEC results, with 44% of students achieving an equivalent of A* or A grades and 100% pass rate. All the staff, students and families celebrated the results following the hard work and dedication shown over the last two years.

 

Stand out performances came from a number of Sixth Formers, in particular Emma who received three A* grades; Cynthia who gained a Triple Distinction*; Frank who achieved two A*s and one A grade; Alex with one A* and two A grades, William who received three A grades and Chloe-Jane, Simone, Louis, Willow and Emily who all successfully achieved two A grades and one B grade.

 

Angela Morrissey, Head of Sixth Form said, “These results are a testament to all the students and their dedicated teachers. We are really thrilled for them all and proud of all they have achieved.”

 

Phil Byrne, Headteacher said, “We are so proud to celebrate these achievements with our students. Their success today is down to the hard work they have shown over the last few years with their A Level and BTEC courses. These results are due to our students’ commitment, the support of their families and the amazing teachers at St Gregory’s who have inspired them in the classroom each day. As our students move on to their next chapter, we wish them all the best and want to congratulate them on their accomplishments.”

 

Post Results Service 2023

 

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Our Values

Ambition Rooted firmly in Catholic teachings, we aim to nurture and guide our students to fulfil their God-given potential so they may achieve success.

Leadership We strive to be a community of servant leaders, where individuals gain a clear sense of self and purpose, knowing their values and using these to guide how they enrich the community in which they belong.

Integrity We teach our students to value honesty and have strong moral principles, using their discernment to govern their actions and take responsibility for their choices.

Vigour Inspired by the life of St Gregory, we empower our students to work with vigour, so they approach all activities and opportunities with effort, energy and enthusiasm.

Empathy We aim for our students to understand and value the feelings of others and for them to know they are loved and celebrated irrespective of their differences.

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Trust Information

St Gregory's Catholic School is an academy, and part of the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address: Barham Court, Teston, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Gregory's Catholic School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.

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