JFS celebrates continued success in the Sixth Form with nearly 50% of all grades at A*-A and over 75% A*-B. Nearly a quarter of all grades were A*s even with the more challenging new linear A levels. One third of students attained A*/A grades in three A levels.
The School is additionally proud of the results from our broadened range of vocational courses: including the CACHE course in which 100% of students attained the equivalent of 3A*-As and Hospitality BTEC where all students attained Double Distinction* (equivalent to 2A*s).
Collectively, these results demonstrate JFS’s continued commitment to a wide-ranging curriculum allowing all students to achieve outstanding outcomes and make exceptional progress.
JFS proudly announces that eight 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 two students who will be going to Medical School and one to study veterinary medicine. We are particularly proud of those students whose results reflect exceptional progress and who are now well placed to continue their education at tertiary level or through the world of work and apprenticeships.
Our highest achieving students at A level include:
Segev Gonen Cohen – 6A*
Zev Shirazi – 3A* and 3As
Jack Kelly, Savanna Leboff, Hannah Masters, Reef Ronel – 4A*
Uri Shine – 3A* and 1B
Jonathan Bush, Georgia Cooper, Zak Hassell, Yasmin Lermer, Sasha Meir, Ava Sharpe, Tamar Toorgeman – 3 A*
Our highest achieving students from the Vocational Courses all of whom attained the equivalent to 3A*s are:
Abi Dewinter, Orli Forman, Chloe Monty, Talia Simons and Sulai Varela-Lewis
Rachel Fink (Headteacher) and Anthony Flack (Head of Sixth Form) are delighted by these excellent results. In a statement, they said:
“We would like to congratulate all our students on their achievements both in A level and vocational courses. In the first year of the new, more challenging linear A levels, our students have demonstrated that they have the ability and tenacity to meet the higher standard now demanded of sixth formers across the country. Reflecting the JFS motto, they have brought ‘Light and Honour’ to themselves and the school community. We are immensely grateful to our dedicated staff who guided them through the past two years, both academically and pastorally and to our parents who offered so much support. We wish all our graduates successful and happy futures in whichever path they choose.”