Please refer to the timetable for vocational exams in January for Health & Social Care, Applied Science and Dance.
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Certificates from summer 2019 are available to collect from the school reception between 9am and 5pm daily, please bring photo ID with you. Certificates from previous years can also be collected.
Sydenham School GCSE Results 2019
Staff, students, families, and governors are very pleased with the overall GCSE results for Sydenham School students this year.
This is the first year in which all subjects were graded on the new 9-1 scale, based on rigorous syllabuses and exams. Impressively, 24 students achieved the top 9-7 grades in 8 or more of their GCSEs. These notable performances included:
- Maya P who was an awarded a sweep of nine grade 9s in Maths, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, History, English Literature, Psychology, RE and Art, alongside a grade 8 in French and a grade 7 in English Language.
- Ruqayyah A who was awarded eight grade 9s in English Literature, English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Spanish and RE, and three grade 8s in Maths, Computer Science and Sociology.
- Head Girl Abigail R who was awarded 7 grade 9s, one grade 8 and one grade 6.
- Rosemary W who was awarded 7 grade 9s, three grade 8s and one grade 7.
A Level results 2019
Staff, Governors and families are all pleased and proud of our Sixth Form students who have been able to celebrate a set of strong results that will enable them to go to destinations of their choice.
These results reflect the hard work, determination and commitment of our students and the staff in the school who have worked alongside them with great expertise and dedication.
Three students have gained a place at Oxford and Cambridge and we are extremely proud of this achievement. These students are: Maya Macfarlane who will be reading HSPS (Human Social and Political Science) at Cambridge; Tom Noden who will also be reading HSPS at Cambridge and Joe Edgington Pollard who will be taking up a place at Oxford to read Geography.
Some other notable results include Orla Mantle who has gained a place to study Medicine at Kings College London and Maya Cole who will also be studying Medicine. Rhiana Reid-Kanon is also delighted to be taking up her place at the Royal Veterinary College London.
Details of our sixth form Open Evening can be found at www.sfh6.org
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