GCSE success for Academy of St Francis of Assisi students

Students at The Academy of St Francis of Assisi (ASFA) in Kensington are celebrating today after receiving their GCSE results.

This year, 13 subjects at the Academy showed an improvement in results since last year. These subjects included history, biology, physics, drama and MFL.

The Academy also saw 8% more students achieve a grade 4 in English Language based on last year’s number of grade ‘Cs’.

Many students will be heading to the brand new All Saints Sixth Form College, a collaboration between ASFA and The Academy of St Nicholas.

A special mention goes to Fiorella Gallardo, who joined the school in 2014 after moving to Liverpool from Columbia, for achieving 11 GCSEs at grade A*-A.

Roshan Tripathi achieved 9 As and A*s and has made seven levels of progress from Key Stage 2 in English and six levels in both history and RE.

In addition to this further mention to Waael Gubran (8 GCSEs at grades A*-C), Declan Bradshaw (11 GCSEs at grades A*-C), Marilyn Kumwenda (5 As, A*s in RE and history) and Fionna Gallardo (A*s in French and Spanish) who all achieved outstanding results.

Headteacher Tracey Greenough said: “Congratulations to all of our Year 11 students who received their GCSE results today. All of our students have worked tirelessly throughout the year and I am thrilled to see that all of their hard work has paid off.

“Today’s results are testament to the dedication of our students and the high quality of teaching here at the Academy.”

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