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 St Simon Stock Catholic School
 Oakwood Park
 ME16 0JP
 01622 754551
 Headteacher - Mr Brendan J. Wall
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GCSE Results
St. Simon Stock Catholic School, Maidstone, achieved an excellent set of G.C.S.E results in the light of the Government changes affecting this summer and with the largest group of students in the School’s history [186 students]. Overall, 72% attained 5 G.C.S.E. grades including English and Mathematics at A*-C for first entry results.
97% of students achieved at least 5 G.C.S.E.s and 82% achieved 5 good grades [A*-C]. 91% achieved A*-C in English and 81% in Maths.
Notable performances included:
Jack Barnes [8A*/1A], Amy Dowd [6A*/3A], Anureena D’Costs [6A*/2A], Holly Davey [6A*/1A], Rachel Alexandre [5A*/4A], Martin Burstow [5A*/2A], Amber Gibbs [4A*/5A],George Craven [4A8/3A], Laurence Wild [4A*/2A], andClare Woodward [4A*/2A]. Louise Goswell scored 8 grade A, Joseph McDonagh-Brown [1A*/6A] and Marion Guerbet scored 7 grade A.
Headteacher, Brendan Wall, commented:
‘I am delighted at these excellent set of results for the fourth time in five years. Students and staff have worked in partnership with supportive parents to achieve excellent results for first entry. Many will continue into the next phase of education with greater confidence in their abilities and better self-esteem to face the new challenges of Level 3 at A level and/or BTEC.
For a Comprehensive School to succeed with the largest group of students in our history and perform so well is a challenge to the increasing misnomer that if you don’t get into a Grammar School, your potential to succeed is diminished. These results show that students can succeed with quality teaching, high expectations, a committed and dedicated staff supported by parents, without going to a selective school.’

Dear Student/Parent
I will be in school tomorrow (Friday 21st) from 10:00-12:00 should you wish to see me with any queries.
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Kind Regards
Mrs Rodell-Jones

A2 Level and A2 Results
St. Simon Stock Catholic School recorded a pleasing set of Advanced level results this year with 100% pass rate and 79% of students achieving three A levels. 33% of entries achieved the top grades of A*-B and 66% of all entries were grade C or higher.
The students have done well in a year where examination results were forewarned by the Government to be ‘volatile’. The average point score per student, which is an indicator of the grade achieved, has increased for the fourth consecutive year.
We are proud of all the achievements of the students. Some students deserve special mention:
Karen Burstow [3A*], Philip Coatsworth [A*AB], Callie Holliday [AAA], Amy Griffiths [A*AA], Catherine Killackey [AABB], Robert Sawala-Adams [A*AA] and Julia Szczechowicz [ABBC].
The AS results for Year 12 students were equally impressive and suggest achievement in 2015 will continue to improve. Domas Dregva [AAAB], Jasmine Jenkins [AAA], Sarah Pattinson [4A], Clara Senior [4A], Grace Tashie-Lewis [AABB] and Ethan Wheeler [AAB] were noteworthy.
Brendan Wall, Headteacher, commented:
‘This cohort of students will be remembered not only for their examination results but for their many contributions to the life of the School and local community in the 6th form. In a true Christian Comprehensive School, the academic results play an important part but it is the development of these young people into mature young adults that is our achievement as a School. It is a tribute to them, their parents and their teachers that they have done so well against a background of changes by the Government and Ofqual. We wish them every success for the future in Higher Education, employment or training.’

Dear Student/Parent
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you wish to discuss your results or your plans for next year. I apologise if you were unable to speak to me today to discuss your exam results.
Kind Regards
Mrs Rodell-Jones
Results Days Forms
If you wish to have your exam script returned to you for your own use and reference, then please complete the appropriate form below by the deadlines stated in the document. If you have any queries regarding these documents please e-mail

School Uniform
For a full list of prices for school uniform from Pages-Schoolwear please click here. Further information can be found on our Uniform page.
Kathleen Byrne Science Bursary
The Science Department has received some funds from a former Deputy Headteacher of St Simon Stock Catholic School, Kathleen Byrne. As a consequence of this, the Science Department are offering bursaries of up to a maximum of £400 to six Y12 science students next year. Please hand in the Application Form personally to Mr J. Hurry. Alternatively, you can email the completed document to this address: before or on the 10th of September, 2014.

Enrichment Days 2014-2015
Starting in September we will be making significant changes to the way we offer our enrichment programme. For the upcoming academic year we will run five dedicated enrichment days in place of the after school sessions. For more information on this or to view the letters sent home please click here.
Summer School
For the attention of parents/carers of those year 6 students who are attending the St Simon Stock Catholic Summer School from Monday 18th August to Friday 22nd August. On Monday the 18th and Tuesday 19th August, attending students will need to be dropped off at 9am and collected at 3pm at the school reception. From Wednesday the 20th to Friday 22nd August, attending students will need to be dropped off at the slightly later time of 9.45 and collected at 2.10pm at the school reception. Students will need to bring a packed lunch with them everyday and a water bottle. Students should wear casual, but suitable and appropriate clothing and footwear. Some of the activities will be outside, so they should also bring a hat and some sunscreen if you have any further questions, then please contact Mrs Denny, Director of Welfare/AENCO at
Upcoming Events
Thursday 4th September:
Academic Year 2014-2014 Begins
(Week 1)
Monday 8th September:
School Photos
Thursday 18th September:
Whole School Mass
Tuesday 7th October 
Open Evening
Wednesday 8th October:
Open Morning

Term Dates
Term 1
Wednesday 3rd September - Inset Day
Thursday 4th September - Term 1 Starts For All Students
Friday 24th October - Term 1 Ends
Term 2
Monday 3rd November - Term 2 Starts
Friday 28th November - Inset Day
Friday 19th December - Term 2 Ends
Term 3
Monday 5th January - Term 3 Starts
Friday 13th February - Term 3 Ends
Term 4
Monday 23rd February - Term 4 Starts
Tuesday 31st March - Term 4 Ends
Wednesday 1st April - Inset Day
Term 5
Monday 20th April - Term 5 Starts
Friday 22nd May - Term 5 Ends
Term 6
Monday 1st June - Term 6 Starts
Wednesday 22nd July - Term 6 Ends
Thursday 23 and Friday 24th July - Inset Days
Educational Visits
Friday 19th September:
Oxford University Trip - Year 12 & 13
Tuesday 23rd September:
Enrichment Day One
Friday 26th September:
Geography Field Trip - Year 12
Saturday 27th September:
Eurogamer Expo - Years 10-13
Friday 10th October:
Aylesford Retreat - Year 7
Thursday 16th October - Sunday 19th October:
Residential Retreat To Kintbury - Year 12
Thursday 23rd October - Friday 24th October:
Parc Asterix and Bakery - Year 8
Sunday 26th October - Friday 31st October:
New York Visit - GCSE Product Design
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