Jumping for joy at GCSE results!

Another great year for St Mary’s girls!

Our cup ranneth over this morning as we watched our girls open their GCSE results to find that their hard work and determination had been so richly rewarded!  37%  achieved A*/A in 8 or more subjects.  As some of the girls are awaiting their results by post we cannot name them all but a particular mention for Anu Chahal who achieved 10 A*s and one A,  Yedi Barkeji 4A* and 6 As!  Sophie Fisher, Alice Hall, and Reema Sandhu, again A*/A in 9 subjects and many more girls in 8.  All of our girls achieved the magical A*- C in 5 or more subjects –  indeed  46 % of all grades awarded were actually at A*/A and 78% A* – B!  These fantastic young women can now move on to the next stage of their education with confidence and pride!

leaping

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Delight at A level results day

Many congratulations to our Year 13 girls who received the results of their A2 examinations this morning. Once again they achieved their goals, with just over 25% of all grades awarded being at A*/A and 56.4% at A*/A/B and with re-marks underway these will undoubtedly go up over the coming days. Particular congratulations to Sophie Pelton who achieved straight As in Geography, History and Philosophy & Ethics and now goes on to study Law with Criminology at Manchester University, as well as Rebecca Thorne who achieved outstanding results with A* across the board in Chemistry, Maths and Philosophy & Ethics. Rebecca is taking a year out to complete a further A level in Art and will be working with our Science Department during her gap year. Anusha Dinakara Babu was true to the St Mary’s ethos of ‘going for gold’ and, not satisfied with her already very good grades in 2014, this year achieved A grades in Chemistry and Physics to add to the A she achieved in Maths last year. She will now go on to study Chemistry at University College London.
This is just a taste of the fantastic achievements of our girls, too many to mention individually, and we are immensely proud of them all. We wish them every success and happiness as they move on to the next stages of their lives.

Anusha Dinakara Babu (tweet)

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