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QKA Students proudly celebrate GCSE successes.

Queen Katharine Academy

Students at the award-winning Queen Katharine Academy are proudly celebrating their GCSE exam successes.

In Languages the majority of students achieved high grades, and Health and Social Care students achieved a 100 per cent pass rate with a number of Distinctions.

The results were the culmination of two years of hard work and commitment and both staff and students were delighted with the excellent progress made, reflected in many exceptional individual grades.

Some of the academy’s individual GCSE successes include:

Gabriela, who attained 11 GCSEs including a Grade 9 in Maths, English Literature and Polish, as well as Grade 8 in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Spanish, English Language and History.

Sachitkumar, who achieved 10 GCSEs including the top grade of 9 for Maths, as well as a Grade 7 in Chemistry, Physics, Media Studies and History.

Yasmin, who gained 10 qualifications including a Distinction in Health and Social Care, and Grade 8 in Sociology, Biology and Spanish.

Neja, who attained 10 qualifications including a Distinction in Creative and Performing Arts and a Grade 7 in Biology, Chemistry, English Literature, Maths and Media Studies.


“We are extremely proud of this year’s GCSE students, who have received an outstanding and well-deserved selection of top grades across all subject areas.

It has been wonderful to see their dedication to their studies and their progress over the past two years, from a wide variety of different starting points.I’d like to thank the students’ families who have encouraged and nurtured them through their GCSE courses, as well as our fabulous teaching and support teams at QKA.

We pride ourselves on being an inclusive centre of educational excellence and look forward to welcoming back the students who are continuing their education in our incredibly popular Sixth Form, which this year received more than 500 applications".

- Jane Driver, Head of School


“I would like to congratulate all our GCSE students for their examination successes and to thank everyone involved in supporting them.

This has been a remarkable year for Queen Katharine Academy, with its teaching team receiving two Silver National Teaching Awards as well as a TES Award.

These awards and this year’s exam results highlight the impact our dedicated staff are having on transforming our students’ futures.”

- Scott Hudson, Chief Executive at TDET