Open Site Navigation

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.

For more details, and to compare us with other schools in England please click here.


In 2019, students celebrated the first set of results as All Saints Catholic College and the best the school had seen in it's 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 in 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.

Our latest Ofsted inspection took place on 13th and 14th October 2021.  As a Good school, we were inspected under Section 8 of the Ofsted framework which means that our overall judgement cannot change at this point; however, the inspection team recognised that there was enough evidence to suggest that All Saints is currently Outstanding, and will therefore return to fully inspect the school within the next 12-18 months under Section 5 to confirm that judgement. 

We are overjoyed that Ofsted has recognised the great efforts of staff and governors to make significant improvements to the school and the hard work of students themselves which combined to provide an exceptional education for all students. We've picked out a few of the inspectors comments below and a full copy of the report can be read here.

"Relationships between pupils and teachers are very strong and based on mutual respect."

"Pupils develop excellent knowledge of the subjects they study."

"The school is focused on developing the whole child through a carefully planned programme to develop pupils' character."

"Pupils' behaviour throughout the school is exemplary. No learning time is wasted because pupils know, understand and follow expectations."

"Pupils are extremely proud of their school and said how much it has improved."

We in turn are very proud of our students and our focus now is on ensuring that we continue to develop the school for them at the same pace that we have done over the past five years. We were thrilled by the support from and exemplary behaviour of all students throughout the inspection and remain committed and dedicated to ensuring that they receive an exceptional education with a "fullness of life".​​

You can view our latest performance data, published on the DfE website here