Over half of all JFS grades awarded A* to A
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Over half of all JFS grades awarded A* to A

Over half of all JFS grades were A* to A, the school announced, with another 77. 3 percent of grades ranging from A* to B.

One third (33 percent) of students were awarded all A*/A grades, the school revealed.

Fourteen students secured places at Oxbridge colleges with a further six students accepted to medical school.

Headteacher Rachel Fink said: “Congratulations to all our students who will now be embarking on a wide range of higher education opportunities as well as apprenticeships and gap year programmes. 

“We commend all our students who have coped superbly with the huge uncertainties as a result of COVID-19. Our staff have shown huge commitment to our students and have demonstrated that they know them well. 

“Every JFS student is so much more than a national statistic and we wish each and every one of them much continued success”.