2021 A Level Results




A wonderful morning was celebrated today as Year 13 students finally found out what grades they were awarded after the past two challenging years of their 

A ‘level and BTEC courses. I share with you below the headline figures and highlights. Sincere thanks to all students, parents,  staff, and governors, the journey was truly a collective one for which we are all extremely grateful.

The class of 2021 overcame exceptional barriers and challenges showing resilience and courage as they completed their A Levels and BTEC courses through a blend of remote and physical teaching. 

Subject teachers awarded grades to students as the CV19 pandemic gave rise to the cancellation of public examinations. Despite the many challenges faced, our students achieved outstanding grades as a result of their hard work and we warmly congratulate every one of them.


Congratulations to Year 13 students for their A Level  and BTEC results.

The headline figures are as follows:

  • 17 % of all entries were A* grades.
  • 48.8 % of all entries were A* - A grades.
  • 78.8 % of all entries were A* - B grades.
  • 96.5 % of all entries were A*- C grades.
  • 100 % pass rate in all A Level and BTEC subjects.


Notable Achievements 

8 Students achieved three grades at A* or Distinction*

Siobhan Wilkins, Sophie Ryan, Gabrielle Jordan, Jessica Ryan, Molly Corcoran, Maisie Sherriff, Melanie Johnjelasai and Melissa D Souza


In addition 25 students achieved three or more A*- A grades at  A Level

Tina Kheradmand, Alana Josan, Eleanor Goldby, Bonnie Diver, Imogen Turner, Alexandra Tayone, Joy Okezie, Holly Martins, Jaishibani Mande Nagarajan, Aleena Josan, Isobel Gaedke, Emily Cooper, Eimear Arnott, Sarah Vella, Aaliya Salia, Alannah Riggs, Ciara Pepper, Luanne Moses, Gabriella Iuliano, Amelia Heasley, Ella Green, Zemyna Gocentaite, Cathy Campion, Alviny Stephen Boyd, Lily Gessey and Louisa Littlewood


Furthermore, 22 students achieved three  or more  A*-B grades at A Level

Antonia BignouxLucy PiperClaudia Perez- GarciaAmy Obote- OgwalPaige KelseyMolly FitzgeraldKiara FitzgeraldAgna ArulthasEmily ScheuJemmima RobbinGeorgia-Clia OstinelliMaddy KingstonChantelle Annie GutierrezAlex EncarnacionStephanie BoatengZuzanna NowickaAleksandra NienaltowskaDiarra Manuel,, Savannah LockeKatherine ChildsTobi Ayeni and Niamh Mitchell


Notable Achievements at BTEC National Diploma

100% of students achieved Distinction Star to Merit grades in all BTEC courses

  • Hannah Gonzalez achieved two grades at Distinction Star in both her BTEC subjects 
  • Ellie Louise Wellman, Nicole Sammut, Anjali Modeste and Morna Kutin- Numah received three Distinction Star/Distinction grades.


The below 14 students achieved at least two grades at Distinction/Distinction star in their BTEC subjects

Emma AllenJacqueline LeeCatherine AmoakoChenelle PereiraDeancy Jude- Jeyaku MarEllie Mae DeeveyJoanna D’SouzaKelis MensahMarcela LopacinskaNemata MahdiRuby WardWiktoria MarkiewiczYvonne Mugalu  and Renee Reid


Lastly, a further 10 students achieved at least one BTEC Distinction Star grade

Andrea Alphonso
Ave Dylan MoralesChristabel AbotsieElla FleteGabriella DevincenziJanel Bonsu-JusticeRosemary Owusu-AnsahKiara PowerVivica Otabor and Aimee Plicio- Keattch


The vast majority of students achieved their first choice university place preparing to study a diverse and wide range of courses;

University of Plymouth – Medicine, University of Edinburgh - Bio-Chemistry, Kings College – Dentistry, Royal Veterinary College - Veterinary Nursing, London College of Fashion - Fashion Design, University of the Arts - Art and Design, St George's Hospital - Paramedic Science, Loughborough University- Sports Psychology, University of Lancaster – Medicine, Kings College – Law, University of Exeter -  French and Classics, University of Greenwich - Degree Apprenticeship  Midwifery 


May I remind students that they are welcome back to St Philomena’s and the school is here to assist moving forward.

Any student wishing to apply to University for 2022 entry will need to apply during the Autumn term and should contact the Sixth Form Team in September 2021. 

Congratulations to Year 13 students for all that has been achieved over the past two years. We are extremely proud especially in these most challenging of times and we wish each and every one continued success as they embark on a variety of courses at university, gap year or employment. 

St Philomena’s Catholic High School for Girls

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Carshalton Surrey


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