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"Gunnersbury Catholic School is a thriving, vibrant and caring learning community within which pupils are stretched intellectually and foster a love of learning, whilst feeling valued, happy and safe" (OFSTED)

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  • RugbyTrip May 2018

    Published 24/05/18

    Provins, Ile de France, Rugby Trip 4th – 7th May

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  • OurChoir sparkles again at Our Lady of Willesden

    Published 23/05/18

    Our Choir sparkles again at Our Lady of Willesden

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  • Art Exhibition

    Published 16/05/18

    GCSE and A Level Art Exhibition

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  • Gunnersbury announced as TFL Innovate Champions

    Published 16/03/18

    Gunnersbury Catholic School was announced as the Transport for London Innovate Champions on Friday, 9 March 2018

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  • Gunnersbury Association Quiz Night

    Published 16/03/18

    Gunnersbury Association Quiz Night - Friday 23rd March 2018

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  • Saturday 3rd  March

    Published 28/02/18

    Saturday 3rd  March  - Snow - The school will be closed.

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  • Patrick Molloy  RIP

    Published 05/02/18

    Patrick Molloy 

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  • Gunnersbury Catholic School Carol Concert 7pm Thursday, 14 December 2017

    Published 12/12/17

    Christmas Carol Concert

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  • Year 7 and Year 12 Open Days 2017

    Published 08/09/17


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  • 2017 GCSE Achievement - Gunnersbury in Top 1% of Schools in the Country

    Published 24/08/17

    Our year 11s have this year superseded the achievements of all of our previous cohorts – no mean feat in a school of successive academic triumphs.  Rising to the challenge of the new style GCSE examinations our students attained simply magnificent GCSE results.  The quality of these results is reflected in our provisional Progress 8 score of +0.8.  Such a score places Gunnersbury Catholic School in the top 1% of all schools in the country for GCSE achievement.  Our results are no less impressive when viewed using the old style measure with 90% of the students achieving 5 GCSEs at A*-C (9-4) including English and Mathematics.  Furthermore the quality of the curriculum studied by our pupils is reflected in the exceptionally high English Baccalaureate score of 64%.

    It is particularly pleasing that almost two thirds of our boys achieved the English Baccalaureate, providing them with a high quality profile which is highly regarded by the top universities.  Performance in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths) and modern foreign languages were particularly strong.  Areas that our key to our nation’s future prosperity.

    Delighted Headteacher, Kevin Burke, said: "These are a fantastic set of results that our amazing students have achieved.  I am filled with pride having observed at first hand the talents, determination and application of our boys that have enabled such success.  These GCSE results have once again placed Gunnersbury Catholic School amongst the leading schools in the country.  This success is a testament to the hard work of our pupils, allied to the teaching from Gunnersbury’s amazing teachers.  In a year of great examination changes Gunnersbury has continued to achieve the very highest, Ad Altiora.

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