Tuesday 10th August 2021 

Press Release: St John Fisher Catholic Comprehensive School Sixth Form Results 2021 

St John Fisher Catholic Comprehensive School is thrilled to announce our 2021 examination results.  

  • 41% of all grades are equivalent to A or A* 
  • 79% of all grades are equivalent to A*- C 
  • The average grade for a vocational qualification was a Distinction 
  • The average grade for A Levels was a C 

These grades reflect the hard work and commitment that our students have put in over their seven years with us.  

  • Melissa Rouncivell (A,*A*, A) who goes on to study Psychology at Kings College London 
  • Aleksei Maksimov (A*, A, Distinction*) who goes on to study Biology at Queen Mary University of London 
  • Connor Watkins (A, A, B) who goes on to study Politics at the University of Leeds 
  • Holly Elvy (A, A, C) who goes on to study English at the University of Essex 
  • Paramveer Kaur (A, A, C) who goes on to study Biomedical Sciences at the University of Plymouth 


We congratulate them and all our students on their achievements. Other students have been accepted to the following fantastic destinations: 

  • Occupational Therapy at the University of Northampton 
  • Biomedical Sciences or Biological Sciences at Queen Mary University of London, Canterbury Christ Church University, the University of Essex and the University of Westminster 
  • Law at Middlesex University London 
  • Accounting and Finance at the University of Sussex and Aberystwyth University 
  • Nursing at Canterbury Christ Church University, Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Greenwich 


Headteacher Dympna Lennon said that ‘As Headteacher of a proudly comprehensive school, I am thrilled with the results of students of all abilities. I look forward to hearing their success stories as they progress to university, further education or high quality apprenticeships. I would like to express my sincere thanks to the staff, parents and students who’ve worked together in unprecedented circumstances over the past two years.’  

Assistant Headteacher Emma Bailey, Head of Sixth Form, commented ‘I am immensely proud of all our students; they have been role models for our school, and I know that they will continue to give back to our community.’ 

SJF is proud of the class of 2021; we look forward to their next steps in the world beyond our doors and welcoming them back to our community in future.