HEHS Exam Results 2022
Key Stage 4 GCSE Results 2022
Hatch End High School are delighted with our GCSE and BTEC examination results this Summer. These young people have had the most disrupted educational experience ever over the last two years owing to the Pandemic and we are immensely proud of them. They deserve our hearty congratulations as do their teachers and all the staff who have supported them over many years.
Our GCSE Maths and English are amongst the best ever with 70% of pupils gaining a higher grade of 9-4 in both courses. 60% of students gained two higher grades 9-4 in either combined science or separate sciences. Overall, 70% of students gained 5 higher grades including in Maths and English. Our BTEC results were equally impressive.
Some of our success stories include:
Swasti Yogi achieved an exceptional 10 x Grade 9s and a distinction* in Health and Social Care. During her time at Hatch End High School, she was also a Deputy Head student and plans to study A Levels in Economics, Maths, Further Maths and Biology. Her plan for the future is to become an Investment Banker. Swasti said: “I am really thankful for the support that the teachers gave me, especially the really detailed feedback that helped me to get my Grade 9’s”.
Swasti Yogi celebrating her exceptional 10 x Grade 9 results, as well as a distinction in Health and Social Care
Rochelle Savage joined Hatch End High School in November 2021 from Nigeria. Despite joining us late during her GCSE courses, she managed to achieve 1 x Grade 7, 5 x Grade 5 and 2 x Grade 4. She plans to study A Levels at Hatch End High School Sixth Form.
Rochelle said: “I am very impressed with how far I have come. I joined in November in Year 11, and I was able to aim high and catch up, with all the additional support that was provided for me”. Rochelle went on to say, “it is never too late and with hard work you can catch up”.
Rochelle Savage celebrating her fantastic results. Rochelle plans to continue her studies at Hatch End High School Sixth Form in September
Moez Anwar worked incredibly hard for his GCSE’s and exceeded his target grades. He was awarded 2 x Grade 9, 3 x Grade 8, 3 x Grade 7 and 2 x Grade 6. He was also the Deputy Head student and plans to stay on at Hatch End Sixth Form to study Computer Science, Maths, Further Maths and Economics. His long-term career plan is to work in Cyber Security. Moez said: “Teachers helped me throughout my time at Hatch End, they were always a step ahead preparing me to get the highest grades possible”.
Amanj Doski achieved above a Grade 7 in 7 different subjects and 2 x Grade 6s. He plans to study Economics, History and Maths at Hatch End High Sixth Form. Amanj wants to pursue a career in Accounting. Amanj said: “It’s been an absolute pleasure to study at Hatch End. I am thankful for all the help the school has given me, with such determination”.
Moez Anwar (L) and Amanj Doski (R) celebrating their excellent GCSE results. Moez and Amanj both plan to continue studying at Hatch End High School Sixth Form in September
Sophie Finucane and Ala Syrek were very pleased with their results.
Sophie achieved 6 x Grades 5’s or above and a BTEC in Music. She plans to study Media Production BTEC at a local college. Sophie said: “The extra tuition the school arranged for me really helped me to achieve these grades. I am very thankful to all my teachers for all their support, especially how they developed my love of Media Studies”.
Ala achieved 9 x Grade 5 or above (including a Grade 8 in Religious Studies and a Grade 9 in Polish). She has a passion for English Literature and plans to study A Levels at Hatch End High School in English Literature, Media, Art, and Photography.
Sophie Finucane (L) and Ala Syrek (R) celebrating their brilliant results today.
Key Stage 5 Results 2022
Hatch End High School students and teachers welcomed the return of formal A Level and BTEC assessments by securing the best set of A Level results in the school’s history, far surpassing last year’s Teacher Assessed Grades and proving just how capable and well prepared our students are.
In a year where results were expected to fall nationally after a two year absence of externally assessed exams, Hatch End students have bucked the trend and delivered the school’s best ever A Level results.
We could not be more proud of our young people and send them our heartfelt congratulations. We would also like to thank our wonderful staff who have helped them gain these grades and their families for all their support. A real community effort!
We celebrate the determination, resilience and optimism of our students who in spite of all the disruption to their education over the past two and a half years, have excelled. 30% of all grades were at A*/A and 90% of all grades at A* to C; that really is a remarkable achievement for a cohort of students sitting public examinations for the first time.
Our young people young people leave us so well equipped to take their next steps, with them all going on to a variety of exciting university and apprenticeship courses.
The following students secured straight A* grades: Eesha Patel, Ilhan Khan (who both achieved 3A* grades) and Rishabh Varia who secured 4 A* grades in Maths, Physics, Chemistry & Biology and now intends to pursue a degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering at world leading Imperial College, London. Rishabh said: “I’ve only been successful because of Hatch End High School and my family. I am so grateful for all the never-ending support. The teaching staff have been absolutely excellent and taken great care of me. They have pushed me to do my very best and achieve my goals”.
Eesha Patel, Yosuf Ali & Rishabh Varia receiving their fantastic A* and A grade results with Mr Richards
Eesha Patel celebrating 3 A* grades
A further 10 students had a mixture of A*s and A grades, for example, Yosuf Ali achieved 3 A grades in Maths, Chemistry and Biology. Yosuf joined Hatch End as a refugee from Syria. Thanks to our guidance and his hard work, determination, tenacity and commitment he will now be going on to read Medicine at the Russell Group University of Southampton and he hopes to return to work in his homeland in future, specialising in Cardiology. Yosuf said: “I came to the UK from Syria as a refugee when I was 12 years old and spoke no English. The environment at Hatch End High School is the reason I have achieved these results. There is always a teacher/staff member to help you no matter what, it is the exceptional support you receive at Hatch End High School which has enabled me to be so successful.”
Yosuf Ali is pictured celebrating 3 A grades in Maths, Chemistry and Biology. Yosuf will be attending University of Southampton to read Medicine
Head of Sixth Form Mr Richards said: “We are so proud of our students; they have overcome adversity, risen to the challenges and finished their secondary education in style.”
Headteacher Ms Maguire said: “At Hatch End High School, we pride ourselves on developing the whole child, as well as securing outstanding academic outcomes – our young people today have shown us just how resilient they are, and they deserve the very best of futures. We are so proud of them all.”