A level results

Congratulations to all our year 13 students

Cardinal Newman students, staff and governors are again celebrating some outstanding successes in their A-level results this year with 17% of grades at A*/A, 63% of grades at A*-B, and 99.3% of grades at A*-E.

We are very proud of all our students and their successes. Students have worked tremendously hard for these results and deserve to celebrate as they now go off to destinations of their choice to pursue a wide range of courses and careers. Many students have exceeded their predicted grades and have extremely bright futures.

Many thanks to all our year 13 students who have contributed so much to the school community over the past few years and who have been significant positive role models to the younger students in school.

Many thanks also to our staff who have worked tirelessly to help students achieve the best results they can and to the families of our students who have supported them throughout their education.  We wish all our students every success for the future as they embark on university courses, apprenticeships or take up new careers.

A flavour of our student successes and their next steps include:

  • Rhoda Phillips who achieved a brilliant 3 A*s in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics and who is going to Nottingham University to read Chemistry.
  • Niamh Devine who got A*, A*, B in Economics, Mathematics and Further Mathematics and who is going to Birmingham University to study Economics and Politics.
  • Alex Morgan who is going to Connecticut College in America on a full scholarship and who achieved A*, A, A Economics, History and Philosophy.
  • Zehra Erkul who achieved A*, B, C in English Language and Literature, Media Studies and Art and Design and who is going to Manchester University to study Sociology and Criminology.
  • Michael Morgan who is going to Warwick University to read English Literature and Creative Writing having achieved A, B, B in English Literature, Philosophy and Economics.
  • Gurjit Sembi who is going to Birmingham University to study Accountancy and Finance having achieved A, A, C in Business Studies, Economics and Psychology.
  • Ford Collins is going to study Engineering at Liverpool University having achieved B, B, C in Mathematics, Physics and History.
  • Abinaja Sirisivanathan achieved Mathematics A* Chemistry A Further Maths B AS French B.