Key Stage 5 Results 2017

On a day renowned for being the cause of much nail biting and lost sleep amongst A level candidates and their loved ones, we were incredibly proud to welcome Year 13 students into school to pick up their A level results on Thursday 17 August. 

Mahamed Omer (A B B ) is going to Loughborough University to study Chemical Engineering

Students taught at Forest Hill (within the SFH6 sixth form provision) arrived to find that almost half (49%) of the examinations taken this summer yielded grades A*- B. This is an excellent achievement for the school at the key national benchmark, and represents a 9% increase on 2016 performance. An enviable 26% of examinations were graded at A* or A. Students, their teachers and families can be incredibly proud of the hard work and dedication which have led to these outcomes.

Of course, the most important outcome for our young people is the doors that their hard earned results open for them. We are confident that we will have the highest ever number of students moving on to the elite Russell Group Universities, in addition to two of our students embarking on degrees at Oxford and Cambridge this Autumn.

Some of the highest achievers  are listed below, but our congratulations go out to all SFH6 students who worked hard to secure grades which will allow them to move on to the next stage of their education with confidence and ambition.

In addition to success for those studying for A level examinations, students studying vocational courses also performed particularly well. Again, some notable performance is to be found later in this article.

Successful FHS students with Mr. Sullivan and Ms. Pooley

  • Percentage of A levels at grades A*-B 49%
  • Percentage of A levels at grades A*/A 26%

Success Stories

Adam Birch 

A B Distinction* (English Literature, History, BTEC Performing Arts) 

Reading at Drama with English at Loughborough 

Anwar El-Mauly      

A*A*A (Mathematics, Physics, Economics) 

Reading Economics at University College London 

Olive Endeacott 

A* A A (Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics) 

Reading Mathematics at Glasgow 

George Herreman-Crabtree 

B B B (History, Religious Studies, Philosophy) 

Reading English and Philosophy at Birmingham 

Thomas Lupton 

A*A A (Mathematics, Chemistry, Geography) 

Reading Chemical Engineering at Bath 

Dean McGinty 

Distinction* x3 (Extended BTEC Health and Social Care) 

Reading Health Studies at Canterbury Christchurch 

Erten Mustafa 

A B B (Mathematics, Finance, Economics) 

Reading Accounting and Finance at Sussex 

Mahamed Omer 

A B B (Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics) 

Reading Chemical Engineering at Loughborough 

Christopher Perrin 

A B B (French, Government & Politics, History) 

Reading Politics and French at Manchester 

William Perry 

A A B (Mathematics, Psychology, Physics, Extended Project Qualification) 

Reading Psychology at East Anglia 

Adam Powell Davies   

A*A  A  A (French, Japanese, German, Chemistry) 

Reading Japanese at Oxford 

Max Redden 

B B B (English Literature, Mathematics, Physics) 

Reading Mechanical Engineering at Nottingham 

Jennifer Sheasby       

A*A*A*A* (Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics) 

Reading at Natural Sciences at Cambridge 

Ian Tierney  

A B B (Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics) 

Reading Mechanical Engineering at Nottingham

Thomas Lupton (A* A A) is off to Bath to start a Chemical Engineering degree

Anwar El-Mauly (A* A* A) is looking forward to starting an Economics degree at University College London

Adam Birch (A B Distinction*): Drama with English at Loughborough

Councillor Paul Maslin congratulates more successful students

“I’m absolutely delighted at the progress we’ve made and that these young people have done so well and are getting off to a flying start in higher education. They’ve worked incredibly hard with the support of their teachers and families and they should be proud of their achievements today. I want to congratulate them on their fantastic achievements and wish them every success as they move on to the next chapter of their lives.”

Councillor Paul Maslin

Lewisham Cabinet Member for Children and Young People

We wish all students progressing from Forest Hill School great success for the future. We look forward to further future success for students in our sixth form. This set of results really does underline the outcomes which can be achieved by studying at SFH6.

An inner London all ability and inclusive school, we continue to ensure all of our students understand that there is no glass ceiling at Forest Hill. We aspire to excellence together with the firm belief that all of our young people are capable of exceeding the highest of expectations.

Good luck to one and all with the next stage in the journey to success!