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Ofsted, Performance Data & Exam Results

"St Simon Stock is a caring school where every pupil is expected to do their best. Pupils live up to teachers’ high expectations. Pupils behave extremely well. They enjoy coming to school and know that staff are on hand to help them if they have difficulties in their learning or in their lives."

Please find below our most recent Ofsted report and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.

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Archdiocese of Southwark Inspections

On 18 and 19 November 2021, the Education Commission of the Archdiocese of Southwark conducted a denominational inspection, incorporating Section 48 and Canonical Inspection. This inspection found the school to be an Outstanding Catholic school.


"The Catholic Life is at the heart of the school permeating everything the school offers to pupils, staff and parents, creating a distinct family where everyone feels valued."

Exam Results 2023


Congratulations to all our students on your well-deserved results.


Our Year 11 students have achieved some exemplary GCSE and other Level 2 results, once again demonstrating their dedication, hard work and focus on their studies. 


There are too many individual successes to be able to include them all here, but the highlighted names below deserve special mention:


  • Congratulations to the following students, who achieved exceptionally high grades across all or most of their subjects: Charlotte Einosas, Ophelia Ward, Lauren Ingoldby, Oliver Davis, Lauren Fuller and Ninetta Soni.
  • We also celebrate our students who made exceptional progress compared to their targets when they started the course, including: Malachy Sands, Kyle Fuller, Magdalena Daszkiewicz, Jasper Dumaran, Wiktoria Gmiterek, Noah Spice, Lily Stevens and James Vadher. These students achieved on average more than one grade higher than expectations across all their subjects.


Well done to all of our Year 11 students for your hard work and your marvellous success this year.


Congratulations to all our Sixth Form students.


On behalf of our staff, we congratulate all of our Sixth Form students for their examination results, which were published today.


We are delighted to report that the majority of our students have achieved high A Level grades or equivalent across the three subjects they have studied. As a consequence, the majority of our students have secured their first-choice places at university, in apprenticeship or in employment. 


Today we celebrate much more than the students’ academic success. The pandemic has had a considerable impact on this cohort of students nationally who were not able to sit their GCSE examinations two years ago, when teacher-assessed grades were used. As a consequence, most of these students were sitting their first ever public examinations this summer. In spite of this our students showed enormous fortitude and self-belief during their Post-16 studies. We are extremely proud of how each of our students faced adversity and displayed grit and resilience to achieve their goals. In addition, beyond their academic success, all our students contributed so much to the wider life of the school and the local community during their two years in the Sixth Form. A huge ‘well done’ to all our students and we wish you the very best as you move on, whether this be to continue your education or in employment.


There were many outstanding individual achievements, too many to list here, but worthy of special mention are the following high-achieving students, who have secured places at top universities, including Russell Group institutions: Aiden Abbey at Imperial College London to study Biological Sciences; Emilie Clegg at King’s College, University of London to study Global Health and Social Science; Ethan Damiral at the University of Kent to study Economics with Data Services; Nell Asplin at the University of York to study English; William Coles at the School of Oriental and African Studies in the University of London to study Politics and International Relations; Harry Marlow at the University of Surrey to study Biomedical Engineering; Charlie Walsh at the University of Warwick to study History and Politics.


Well done to all our students, be proud of everything you have achieved and we wish you the very best for your futures. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all our staff who taught and supported our Sixth Form students to achieve these excellent results. Thank you also to all parents and carers for the support you gave to the school and your child from home.

Our Values



Prayer & Faith




We must ‘Go and do likewise’, to serve the needs of others.

We are ‘One Body in Christ’, inclusive and welcoming to all.

We are called to ‘be constant in prayer’ to discern God’s love. Students are invited to faith, participating in regular acts of workshop as forms, classes, year groups, and a school.

Students are expected to be hopeful, showing respect to themselves, their peers, teachers and the environment.

Students are expected to be charitable through acts of service in school and the wider community.

Students are expected to maintain a scholarly attitude in all lessons and work to the best of their ability and engage where they can in extra-curricular activities.


Trust Information

St Simon Stock Catholic School is an academy, and part of the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address: Barham Court, Teston, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Simon Stock Catholic School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.