A Level Results
Once again, students at Saint Felix School have achieved outstanding A Level results with 57% of all grades at A Level being awarded at A* to A. With 100% A* to A grades awarded in English Literature, Latin, Chinese, Music, Physics and PE.
This excellent overall 100% pass rate in all subjects is a testament to the dedication and hard work of all students throughout this difficult past year. With exceptional teaching and support from parents, all students have secured a place at their first-choice university.
Notable successes include Head Boy Henry, from Oulton Broad, who has been a pupil at the school since Nursery, and Bradley from Kessingland, both achieved A*s in Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Henry will go on to study Physics and Astronomy at Durham University and Bradley Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College London. Mollie, from Gisleham, who has also been a pupil at the school since Nursery achieved an A in Chemistry and A*s in Biology and Psychology will go on to study Medicine at Exeter University.
Headmaster, Mr James Harrison, said: “Despite the obstacles and difficulties that this cohort of students had to face during their A Level studies, I am pleased that all of them have secured their first-choice places at university and that they have fared so well academically. This has always been a dedicated and highly able group of students and so their amazing successes this morning comes as no surprise to those that know them well. I could not be prouder and I wish them all success for the future.”
Saint Felix School students achieved excellent GCSE examination results, with 100% grade 9 – 4 (equivalent to the old A* – C grades) in English Language, English Literature and Mathematics.
Overall, 99% of entries across all GCSE subjects were awarded grades between 9 – 4. The school also saw 100% 9 – 4 grades across the many science, humanity, language and arts subjects.
We are proud of the individual achievements. Notable successes include Polly Chan who gained 10 grade 9s, Indira Gopee who gained 7 grade 9s and Marcus Moscuzza who gained 6 grade 9s. A special mention for Bruce Yang who gained a grade 9 in Further Mathematics. This is an outstanding achievement for a pupil in Year 11.
Headmaster, Mr James Harrison, said: “These are extremely impressive results from a very able cohort. Each individual grade is a triumph over adversity and rightfully the students celebrated with their teachers and parents at school this morning. It is pleasing to see such success not only in the core subjects but also in humanities, languages, arts and the sciences, reflecting well upon the wide range of talents of the individuals within that year group.”