Sacred Heart headteacher hails phenomenal GCSE success

Pupils and staff at Sacred Heart School have been celebrating ‘phenomenal’ GCSE results.

Image 1

Students at Sacred Heart High School

Pupils and staff at Sacred Heart High School have been celebrating ‘phenomenal’ GCSE results.

Marian Doyle, headteacher of the school in Hammersmith Road, Hammersmith, said she was thrilled.

Grades are awarded from nine to one. With nine, eight and seven ranging from what would have been A* to A in the old system, and four being similar to a C.

Eighty-four per cent of pupils achieved five or more strong passes (graded five or above) including English and maths; 51 per cent of all grades were levels seven to nine; and 16 per cent were at the very highest level – grade 9. 

“I am thrilled that the pupils have yet again excelled in their GCSEs,” said Ms Doyle

“This was due the high aspirations, commitment, dedication and hard work of both the teachers and the pupils and the ongoing support of our parents.

“Sacred Heart is an amazing community in which to learn and the success of our pupils is testimony to this.”

If your child will be in Year 6 of primary school in September 2018, he/she will be moving on to secondary school in September 2019. Find information and advice on applying for secondary school places

Want to read more news stories like this? Subscribe to our weekly e-news bulletin.

By sending us a comment, you are agreeing to our publishing policy.

Translate this website