St Thomas the Apostle College in Nunhead – a boys’ school with a mixed sixth form – is again celebrating incredible GCSE and A-level results.
The school is consistently one of the top schools nationally, and last year’s Key Stage 4 results were higher than any other boys’ school in the country!
At A-level over three quarters of all grades were A*, A or B; and these top grades opened up the opportunity for almost every student to attend their destination of choice when leaving the school.
St Thomas the Apostle’s GCSE results were equally impressive this year, and the school expects to again be placed within the top 20 schools in the UK.
Headteacher Eamon Connolly said: ‘I am delighted for each and every one of our students for their excellent results.
I am proud of the achievements and feel confident we have prepared them, both academically and personally for the next stage in their education.’
The school is rightly proud of its huge offer beyond the classroom, recognising that its role in developing its students in every aspect.
Its strong sporting and artistic successes are also testament to this, with students enjoying a huge array of clubs and activities in addition to their studies.
St Thomas the Apostle College was last inspected in November 2018 – the Ofsted report praised every aspect of the school and graded it “outstanding” in every category.
Inspectors remarked that “pupils behave impeccably in lessons and throughout the school.
They are polite, thoughtful and determined to do well”.
The school is rightfully proud of its students and their achievements and warmly invite parents of prospective Year 7 students to visit during one of their September open events.
In the meantime please look at the website www.stac.uk.com and twitter @stacsouthwark for the school’s latest news.
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