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GCSE outcomes

August 12th, 2021

Central Foundation students are celebrating an excellent set of GCSE results.

The achievements of our students have been set against unprecedented disruptions and uncertainties over the last two years. It has been impressive to witness the response of the students to the situation in terms of their determination to continue to strive for creating the best futures for themselves.

Overall, CFBS’ results have stayed consistently high at all levels. 82% of all students achieved a grade 4 or better in both English and maths whilst 71% achieved at least a grade 5 in these subjects. 45% of all grades were awarded at a grade 7 or better whilst, 56% of all students gained at least 3 grade 7s.

We are proud of all of our Year 11 students who, as a result of their hard work and commitment, have achieved excellent outcomes. We wish them all the very best as they continue their educational journey.




A Level Results

August 10th, 2021


Central Foundation students are celebrating an excellent set of A level results.

In total, 39% of all A-level grades were at A* or A and 70% at A*- B. The overall pass rate was 100%.

Three of the students who joined Central Foundation in Year 7 are now leaving to take up courses at Oxford University. Babatunde Oke will be studying Economics at Lady Margaret Hall, Enes Morina will be taking up a place at Somerville to study History and Jawwad Khan will study Biology at Lady Margaret Hall.

In addition, Yacoub Yasin has received a full scholarship to study at Stanford University in California. The top performing student, Tahsin Kazi who achieved 4 A*, will study Computer Science at King’s College.

As well as Oxford and Stanford, we have pupils who have accepted offers to study at many of the country’s top universities including Bristol, UCL, King’s College, Manchester, Loughborough, Warwick, Bath and Queen Mary.

The School also runs a wide range of vocational courses. Students from these courses have also performed exceptionally well. Many students have chosen to pursue vocationally based degrees such as Radiography, Nursing, Business Studies and Software Engineering; whilst others have moved onto high quality apprenticeships.

“The students have had to cope with unprecedented disruptions and uncertainties. They have responded to these circumstances with determination and resilience, which has resulted in an outstanding set of outcomes”, said Jamie Brownhill, Headteacher.


Year 13 students celebrating their results with Cllr Ngongo, Islington Council Executive Member for Children and Cllr Comer-Schwartz, Leader of Islington Council

Nicole, future Law student at Queen Mary



Mahed will study Maths with Computer Science at Reading University and Yacoub will study at Stanford University, California