22 August 2019
The GCSE results from St Augustine’s Priory, the Ealing Catholic independent day school for girls, demonstrates just how a community, working together, can achieve so much. Outstanding results have been achieved in this year’s GCSE results with 100% of pupils achieving at least one grade 9, 8 or 7 and 21% of all grades were the top grade, 9.
At a time when the emphasis is on STEM subjects, results from St Augustine’s Priory show that their results are excellent across the board with 98% of Triple Science results (Biology, Chemistry & Physics IGCSE) grades at 9, 8 or 7, while 93% of Modern Languages (French, Russian & Spanish) grades were 9, 8 or 7 and 83% of all entries in Art, Drama and Music were grades 9, 8 or 7.
Coupled with this, 83% of Religious Studies grades were 9, 8 or 7. This rigorous examination tests academic acumen and develops sophisticated qualities of ethical debate. The world is crying out for young people with these skills.
In all, 86% of pupils achieved at least one grade 9 or 8 and 22% of the year group scored grades 9, 8 or 7 in all their subjects.
At St Augustine’s Priory they deliver the results in whatever subject is studied, whether it be in the arts, humanities or science, stretching girls to achieve their best.
Girls and teachers work together with parents creating an atmosphere where care for the individual girl is paramount, where each girl’s potential is of supreme importance and where they can look forward to their A Levels with hope and optimism.