The number of scholars achieving at least a grade 5 in English and Maths has almost doubled, from 28% in 2019 to 49% this year. Scholars also made incredible gains in Religious Education and Art and Design, and improvements in Maths, English and Computer Science.
Ark All Saints Principal Lucy Frame said, “I am delighted with the results of our Year 11 cohort. They have shown tremendous resilience through the challenges of Covid. They only had one year of normal secondary school before the pandemic started, and what they have achieved is remarkable. These results show the continuing progress that we as a school are making and evidence of the dedication of all our staff.”
Scholar successes include:
Rabah (16) achieved 9s in Maths, Chemistry, Computer Science and Arabic, 8s in English Language, Biology, Physics, Geography, Religious Education and 7s in English Literature and Design and Technology. Rabah plans to study Computer Science, Maths and Physics at A level at Pimlico Academy and said, “I was really worried, but now I am just so relieved I have done well.”
Arif Hussain (16) achieved 9s in English Literature, Double Science and 8s in English Language, Maths, Computer Science, Geography and Religious Education. Arif plans to attend Sutton Grammar School and said, “I am delighted my hard work has paid off.”
Erica Acheampong (16) achieved 9s in Science, Religious Education, 8s in English Literature, Maths, Computer Science, History and Double Science, 7 in English Language and a 6 in Spanish. She will study A Levels at Ark Bolingbroke and said, “It just doesn’t feel real.”
Ark All Saints Open events for new Year 7s start on Wednesday 28th September.