Examination News 2020
Summer 2020 - Another Year to Celebrate a proud set of GCSE Results at Kingsdale Foundation School!
Our GCSE results this year were one of our best ever.
We have many excellent individual and collective achievements to celebrate as a result of the incredible dedication and hard work of students and staff over the previous two to three years. More than 10 students achieved at least 9 Grade 9s and over 100 students achieved 4 or more Grades 8 & 9! Our examination outcomes indicate that almost 90% of students achieved a good or better pass in both English and Mathematics and nearly 50% of the cohort achieved a strong pass in the English Baccalaureate.
Maci Skye Anthony celebrates her highly impressive results 7 Grade 9s & 4 Grade 8s at GCSE
Lucas Santos celebrates his very impressive results - 11 Grade 9s and 1 Grade A at GCSE
Kingsdale Foundation School: Celebrating Another Year of incredible A Level Success!
Our top achieving students once again did amazingly well with 2 being awarded 4A* grades and a further 10 achieving at least 3A* grades or better. Approximtely 45% of all A level grades achieved this year are A*- A and more than two thirds of grades awarded are A*-B. The progress of our students, once again, is impressively high and is consistent with our historic performance table leading expectations of previous years.
Zelda Brufal who has used her outstanding 3 A* grades at A Level to study Music at Girton College, Cambridge.
Sixty percent of our graduating students to date have secured places at prestigious Russell Group Universities including Cambridge, Durham, Bristol, University College London, King’s College London, Manchester, York and Warwick. Our gifted and talented creative and performing artists will be attending highly esteemed institutions such as Central Saint Martins and Kingston University.
Freddie Mitchell will be using his 4 A* grades at A Level to study Mathematics at Durham.
Click here to access a Southwark News article on Freddie's achievements and those of our Year 13 students.
We have much to celebrate and we have every reason to be hopeful admissions to such distinguished universities and conservatoires will continue to rise across the board.
Camilo Opoko celebrates his impressive 2 A*s iand 2 A Grades
Dylan Bessom (A*, A*, A*, A*) will be studying Mathematics at Manchester University
Tilly Cater Thorpe celebrates her 3 A* grades and will be reading English Literature at Manchester.