Year 11 Achievement 2016

 Year 11 Exams Achievement 2016

Alongside another year of excellent AS and A-Level results, we are delighted to announce that we have had more A and A* grades than ever before, with a 50% increase from last year.

Many of our students achieved a whole host of top grades this year, with a few of our highest flyers pictured above with Mr Sullivan, headteacher. 

Maksim Richards (pictured third from right) achieved 8 A*’s and 4 A’s in a range of academic subjects. 

Our sporting success was recognised by students like Josh Ukairo Stevens (far left) who backed up his 8 A*’s and an A with an A in PE. 

Success in Science was exhibited by Feranmi Oshifolu (third from left) who achieved straight A*’s in Biology, Chemistry and Physics, along with achieving 5 A*’s, 3 A’s and 4 B’s. 

Harry Welch (second from right) achieved A*’s in both English and Maths whilst achieving 6 A*’s, 3 A’s and 2 B’s. 

Our tradition of excellence in languages continued with Patrick Vieira (far right) achieving an A* in German and an A in Spanish, whilst also achieving 5 A*’s, 5 A’s and 2 B’s. 

Tendo Kajubi (second from left) achieved 13 A*-C grades, including 7 A*/A grades and 5 at grade B.

Other students with notable achievements who weren't available to be photographed are:

  • Benjamin Lekaj    10 A* and 2 A grades
  • Dominic Brown     5 A* and 8 A grades
  • Louis Vuillermoz   5 A* and 6 A grades
  • Stanley Garnham-Sankey    4 A* and 5 A grades
  • Adam Buckle        2 A* and 8 A grades

Many of these boys are now raring to go, having joined our joint sixth form with Sydenham SFH6.

Our more academic subjects also achieved very high results with over half of the students taking Physics or Chemistry achieving an A* or A grade, alongside a third of the students taking Biology and German and over a quarter in History and French. 

There were large successes in the less traditionally academic subjects with almost 80% of students achieving their BTEC Business and excellent results for the students who took the IT qualification the European Computer Driving Licence.

Our strong tradition of success in the Performing Arts continued, with Kyle Creaton achieving an A* in Dance and a B in Music and Jim Scott Berry achieving an A in Dance and a B in Drama.  As always we have some students who have decided to take these talents onwards at the Brit School having been given a great introduction to these areas at Forest Hill School.

Overall we are delighted with the successes of all of our students and are really pleased to see so many of them back at SFH6 whilst wishing them all success for the future!