JFS is once again celebrating the outstanding achievement of its students in this year’s A Level results. Over 81% of results achieved were A*-B grades, an increase of 4% on last year and the highest in three years. 60 students achieved A*/A grades in three A levels. Additionally, the record percentage of A* grades achieved last year was matched by this year’s graduates. We are particularly proud of the results for our vocational courses: the CACHE course in which 100% of students achieved A*-A and the new Hospitality and Catering course in which 80% achieved double distinctions. Collectively, these results demonstrate the School's commitment to offering a wide-ranging curriculum allowing all students to achieve outstanding outcomes.
JFS proudly announces that an impressive 15 students have secured their places for Oxford or Cambridge Universities. The overwhelming majority of students have achieved places in first class universities of their choice, these include 5 students who will be going to Medical School.
Amongst many outstanding achievements are those of:
Daniel Marchant and Joseph Moss 4A*s
Zohar Mendzelvski-Steinberg 3A*s and 1 A
Boaz Francis and Eytan Merkier 2A*s and 2As
Rachel Rubinsohn and Zachary Bevan 3A*s
Debby Lipkin (Executive Headteacher), Simon Appleman (Headteacher) and Anthony Flack (Head of Sixth Form) are delighted by these excellent results. In a statement, they said:
“We are thrilled by this set of results and what they mean for all of our students and their families. The results are a tribute to the dedication and commitment of the Sixth Form team who provide outstanding teaching, support and guidance for all of our students. The whole school community takes much pride in these achievements which will enable our students to move to the next stage of their life with confidence”.