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Exams And Ofsted


Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, our most recent KS4 performance measures relate to the 2018-19 academic year. This was the last time that students sat nationally graded examinations.

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In 2019, students celebrated the first set of results as All Saints Catholic College and the best the school had seen on its history.  Our Progress 8 score is 0.3, and 73% of students achieved a pass in both English and Mathematics.  Remarkably, 94% of students achieved a good pass English.

2020 - 21

We are absolutely delighted for our Y11 students as their commitment and dedication to their GCSEs was rewarded with excellent grades this summer. In the face of a difficult two years, they demonstrated good humour, resilience, courage and perseverance in abundance and we are extremely proud of all of their personal and academic achievements. As a school, we are also extremely proud of our continued and sustained outstanding results. 80% of our cohort achieved at least a grade 4, and 56% at least a 5 in both English and Maths. 92% of our students achieved a grade 4 or above in RE with 53% achieving a grade 7 or above. The overall progress of students that were entered for exams was over half a grade higher than the GCSE target grades that were determined when they joined us in Y7. 

In particular, we would like to congratulate Dea Meti who achieved 9s across the board, and Zion Francis, Daggie Daniel, Jude Thabet, Nour Jaroudi and Sedra Ghulam who each achieved grades 7-9 in all of their subjects. A handful of our students received scholarships to the prestigious Francis Holland School, Regent’s Park. Additionally, many of our Y11s will be joining some of the top sixth forms in West London. We have no doubt that they will all continue to thrive in their academic pursuits. 

Whilst these GCSE grades are first and foremost about the progress of all of our students, we are extremely proud as a school of these outstanding results. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all students and their teachers for their commitment and steely determination to succeed against the odds.

As we are a new secondary school, All Saints Catholic College has not had an OFSTED report as of yet.

Here is the most recent report and letter from Sion-Manning Catholic Girls' School:

“The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school”

“In 2016, almost two thirds of pupils in Year 11 achieved five or more GCSE passes at grades A* to C, including English and mathematics. This success represented an increase on the 2015 examination results of 13 percentage points.”


“Staff at all levels place a strong emphasis on keeping pupils safe”

“Parents too are very positive about the improvement."