Maria Fidelis Catholic School FCJ

Results & Successes

A-level Results 2020

We are ecstatic to announce that our Head Girl, Aiseosa, was successful in gaining a place at Girton College, Cambridge, to study Human, Social & Political Science, having gained AAA in her A-levels. She worked so hard for this, as well as balancing her Head Girl duties, and is to be warmly congratulated.
Our Head Boy, Gabriel, was also successful in receiving his first-choice place at York University to study History (AAA).
Our Deputy Head Girl, Reyah, got A*AA in German, French and Psychology, and gained her first-choice place at Leeds University to read Psychology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nazifa also received her first-choice offer to read Pharmacy at UCL, having achieved A*AB.

 

We are also delighted for Nahed, who realised his dream of studying Mathematics at QMUL, with an A* in Maths to boot!
Dominika is off to Belgium to read Sociology at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (A*AB).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to all our Class of 2020 for navigating through a difficult time and moving on to the next stage of their lives!

A-level results 2019

We celebrated some really fantastic A-level results this year, the highlights of which are:

  • 100% pass rate
  • 48% of all grades achieved A*-B
  • 76% of all grades achieved A*-C

University destinations 2019

Mya (L) received ABE in Sociology, Biology and Chemistry and is off to the Royal Veterinary College to study Animal Biology.
Dulcie (R) received BBC in Psychology, Art and Maths and is off to Oxford Brookes to read Psychology.
Bryanna  obtained ABB in Biology, Chemistry and Maths respectively and is off to UCL to study Pharmacy.
 
Daniela, who arrived here in Y9 speaking no English, obtained ABC in Spanish, French and Sociology and is off to KCL to read French and Spanish.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In addition, we were over the moon for our Head Boy Isidore (not pictured), who arrived here in Y12, left us with A*BB in Art, English Lit and French, and is off to the Royal Drawing School to study Art.


Aziza (not pictured) received AAB in Psychology, Sociology and Biology respectively and is also off to UCL to read Psychology.
Hermon (not pictured) received ABC in Psychology, Biology and Chemistry and is off to Queen Mary, also to read Psychology.
Marina (not pictured) obtained ABB in Sociology, Psychology and French and is off to the University of Warwick to read Sociology.

Other destinations included the Universities of Kent, Coventry, Northampton, Brunel, Queen Mary, Cardiff, Roehampton and London Met.

Only one student has decided not to accept a university place and take a gap year, and one is doing an apprenticeship.