St. Mary’s Menston A-level Chemistry results are in the top ten nationally.
For the first time, the Department for Education has released a breakdown of the best schools in England by subject.
St. Mary’s is in the top 10 nationwide in terms of the proportion of students achieving the highest grade (A*), based on the 2011 A-Levels.
24% of our 29 Chemistry pupils achieved an A* grade.The outstanding results are due to the excellent teaching in our Science faculty, coupled with the enthusiasm and commitment of our students. Many of St. Mary’s A-Level Chemists go on to study Chemistry and Medicine at the top universities in the country.
The Top 10 Schools for Chemistry 2011
THE CHASE SCHOOL, WORCS
ST NICHOLAS SCHOOL, CHESHIRE
HOWARD OF EFFINGHAM SCHOOL, SURREY
THE CHERWELL SCHOOL, OXFORD
DURHAM JOHNSTON SCHOOL
GEORGE ABBOT SCHOOL, SURREY
ST JOHN FISHER SCHOOL, NORTH YORKSHIRE
ST AIDAN’S SCHOOL, NORTH YORKSHIRE
ST. MARY’S MENSTON, LEEDS
Four schools among the best for A-Levels [OXFORD MAIL]
The annual event took place on Friday 26 February in our Performing Arts Studio
Award presented to Jordan Willis by Monsignor Paul Grogan
Award presented to Edward Hollingsworth by Monsignor Paul Grogan
Year 9 attended a Royal Society of Chemistry Lecture at Leeds University on "Kitchen Chemistry"
The students took part in a workshop to analyse and identify an unknown 'white powder' using a variety of techniques that are required for their A-level specification.
Professional photographs showing various aspects of our school life
Funding for two additional Science labs confirmed
On Friday 20 March 2015 there is going to be an eclipse visible in Leeds.
The annual event took place on Friday 27 February in our Performing Arts Studio
First ever award presented to Simon Cadge by Mr D Sinnett.