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St Wilfrid's Catholic School

St Wilfrid’s is immensely proud of the achievements of our students. They have worked extremely hard, as have the teachers that have supported them.  This combined effort has seen us increase the number of the highest grades awarded this year and reinforces our reputation as a school in which students make great progress.

Most of our students stay on into Sixth Form and a high proportion then go on to university. As well as the traditional academic courses, we are increasingly offering flexible vocational courses and a curriculum that is tailor-made to the individual student’s requirements.

We seriously take the responsibility of working with your child in a disciplined relationship of mutual trust and discernment.


Due to the impact of the pandemic on the grading process for GCSE and A levels for 2020 and 2021, the grades received by students have not been made publicly available in line with there being no national/local performance league tables.



41% of students gained Grade 4 or above in English & Maths

66 % of students gained Grade 5 or above in English & Maths

17 % of students gained English Baccalaureate (EBacc)


Progress 8 Score:   0.22

Attainment 8 Score: 48


A Level Results 2019

Entries in which A*-A achieved                       14%

Entries in which A*-B achieved                       28%

Entries in which A*-C achieved                       50%

Entries in which A*-D achieved                       79%

Entries in which A*-E achieved                       92%

% entering an approved English qualification  100%

% entering an approved Maths qualification   100%


Total number of students: 95

56% Student stayed in eduction

5% Students started apprenticeships

28% Students entered employment

7% Students not in education or employment for at least two terms after study

3% Students destination unknown





Please click here to see the schools Performance Table for 2019 of the Department of Education website.