Staff and pupils at Corpus Christi Catholic High School, are pleased that the hard work of pupils in Year 11 has now been formally recognised. Teachers at Corpus Christi followed a rigorous internal process using a range of assessment evidence to identify the right grade for each pupil and they are confident that pupils have been awarded results that fully reflect their hard work and positive attitude to learning.
One of a number of pupils with a well-deserved set of outstanding grades was Heli Bhakta who achieved GCSE grade 9 in all her subjects that included English, English literature, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geography, German and religious studies. There were smiles all round, especially from Heli’s father who accompanied her at our results day this morning. Our former Head Girl was amazed by her success. ‘I’m really pleased with my results, especially achieving top marks in all my subjects. Heli will continue her studies at Cardinal Newman College studying physics, Chemistry, mathematics and psychology.
Former Head Boy Charlie Shorrock was also proud of his top grades in all subjects that included grade 9 in English literature, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geography, computer science, complementing them with two outstanding grade 8s in English and religious studies. Charlie will be continuing his education at Cardinal Newman College, studying Chemistry, Mathematics, Economics/Law. Both Charlie’s parents were with him when he received the excellent results and were both thrilled and extremely proud of his achievement.
There were excellent grade 9 results also for Shadab Mir, achievement the top mark in nine of his subjects and adding a very impressive grade 8 in sports studies to his tally. Zeid Al-Arqan also received a very impressive set of results gaining seven top grade 9 subjects.
Also celebrating very impressive results were brothers Daniel and Szymon Kotula, who together with their proud mother were all smiles and joy on receiving the great news. ‘My results are far better than I expected and can’t believe I achieved a grade 9 in English!’ said Szymon. Both Daniel studying Computing Science, Mathematics and Chemistry and Szymon, Chemistry, Biology will be pursuing their education at Cardinal Newman College.
Georgia Walkden-Fenerty achieved excellent grade 9s in both English and English Language that were backed up by numerous high grades in all her remaining subjects. There were many of our former pupils that include Fatima Baba, Joshua Dickinson, Yusuf Kamel, Zubeda Merchant, Ali Mohsini, Nicole Moto, Adam Newton, Rishabh Parek, Kate O’Donnell, Sara-Jane Bolton, Ellie May Swindlehurst, William Taylor, Charlee Iddon and Ayesha Shamim who also deserve recognition for their excellent results.
Headteacher Mr Hubbard said: ‘We are very proud of our pupils and pleased that they have been rewarded with grades that reflect their hard work and determination to succeed. Our Year 11 pupils have coped extremely well with what has been a very difficult time for everyone and they are now in a strong position to begin the next phase of their lives. We wish them every success.