A Level Results Day 2019

A Level Results Day 2019

JFS School is delighted to celebrate exceptional exam results once again reflecting continued success for our students across an unrivalled range of subjects.  With 22% of all exams graded A*, 50% A*-A and 77% A*-B, head teacher Rachel Fink is ‘thrilled’ with her first cohort of results.  As one of the largest sixth forms in the country we are proud of both the attainment and progress of all students who have completed A level and vocational courses.

Fourteen students have secured their places at Oxford or Cambridge Universities. The overwhelming majority of students have achieved places in first class universities of their choice including four students who will be going to Medical School and one to study veterinary medicine.

Amongst our highest achieving students are:

4 A*s                                            Ariel Flint-Ashery and Lola Sofer-Yadgaroff

1A* and 3As                                 Jonathan Cordell and Jemima Moore

4As                                                               James Onona

Outgoing Head boy and Head girl David Cohen and Ilana Cantor both attained 3A*s. Overall 24 students achieved 3 A*s.

Ilana who is off to study History at Lincoln College Oxford said: ‘JFS has given me a great foundation for my future, not only in terms of academic results but for life in general’.

The School is also 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*s, Double and Single Business BTEC courses and BTEC Media Studies.

These results reflect JFS’s continued commitment to a broad curriculum allowing all students to achieve outstanding outcomes and make exceptional progress in their personal fields of interest.

Yehoshua Moleman attained 2A*s at A Level and full marks in the Media Studies BTEC course. Joel Ucko also shone with exceptional results across his vocational studies.

Joel, one of 20 students who will be studying at yeshiva or seminary next year, said: “Exams were something that I struggled with at GCSE.  Completing 2 BTECs at JFS was the best decision I ever made as it has enabled me to achieve my potential and attain the equivalent of 3 A Levels. I am forever grateful to JFS for continuing to build all these additional courses in to their Sixth Form options.’

“Huge congratulations are extended to all our students on their achievements both in A level and vocational courses.  These are the rewards for hard work and commitment, accompanied by exceptional support and guidance from staff and encouragement from home.  The strong JFS Home-School partnership clearly shines today.  We applaud our students who now move onto the next phase in their lives as well-educated, proud alumni who we know will make exceptional contributions to our community and to wider society”. Rachel Fink