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Gumley House School FCJ

Celebrating increases in all A Level grades

Gumley has achieved an A*- C grade of 83% with 23% A*- A grade both represent increases over last year.
In addition to an overall pass rate of 99% more than half of the grades achieved are A* - Bs.
Students have secured competitive places at a number of prestigious Russell Group universities including Cambridge, as well as some amazing and sought after apprenticeship gains.

Headteacher Caroline Braggs said “It is wonderful once again, to join our students as they celebrate their much-deserved successes, I warmly congratulate them all. These attainments are a testament to their determination and hard work led by the consistent expertise and support of our staff team. I am particularly proud that Gumley’s values of ‘whole person development’ continue to secure a strong education for all of our students.”

Well done to all of our students, we are very proud of you.

See some of the extraordinary range of subjects and the university and apprenticeship destinations.

  • Katie Boylan reading Human, Social & Political sciences at Homerton College, Cambridge.
  • Sarah Bainbridge reading Psychology at Royal Holloway.
  • Louise Bate reading Geography at Nottingham, she also gained an A in her EPQ, (Extended Project Qualification).
  • Amy Blewitt reading English at Sussex.
  • Amanda Calabrese reading Linguistics at UCL. She joined us in Year 10 when she came to the UK. She had to learn a new language here and in just a few short years has now gained the phenomenal achievement of A, A B.
  • Sabrina Cardoso studying Children’s Nursing at Kings College, London.
  • Beth Clarke studying Dance at Middlesex.
  • Anna Collinson reading Philosophy at Edinburgh.
  • Caitlin Hogan will be joining the Civil Service Fast Track Apprenticeship with the Ministry of Justice.
  • Jemma John and Maxine Osborne have both secured Engineering Apprenticeship placement with Jaguar Land Rover.
  • Mila Jovic reading Business & Management Studies and Italian at Sussex.
  • Lucy Miller reading Philosophy and English at Edinburgh.
  • Tofunmi Omisore reading Politics and International Relations at Nottingham.
  • Isabella Principe reading Medical Genetics at Queen Mary, London.
  • Ana Takahashi studying Hair and Make Up for Film at UAL.

 We also wish Annabel O’Dea and Grace Spencer much enjoyment and good luck as they embark on their gap years.