The outstanding GCSE results of St. Mary’s were celebrated this week at the annual Year 11 Celebration of Achievement Evening.
The outstanding GCSE results of St. Mary’s were last week celebrated at the annual Year 11 Achievement Evening. This year the school recorded superb GCSE results with 64% of students gaining grade 5 or above in both English and Maths GCSE and 85% of pupils achieving grades 9-4 in English and Maths. The average attainment 8 score was 56.
Guest of Honour on the evening was Mr Bob Lavery, who was Chair of Governors at St. Mary’s for many years. Mr Lavery is currently a Director of the Bishop Wheeler Catholic Multi-Academy Trust, having been involved in its establishment from the outset. Mr Lavery presented GCSE certificates and Subject Awards.
The evening was a wonderful celebration where the community shared in the outstanding achievement of St. Mary’s students.
Individual Prize Winners
|Employment Skills||Rhys Cranage|
|English Language||Niamh Parmar|
|English Literature||Erica Bowers|
|Food Technology||Georgia Williams|
|Health and Social||Lucie Adams|
|Media Studies||Damian Farrelly|
|Performing Arts||Eve Wood
|Product Design||Edward Freeman|
|Religious Education||Niamh Cullen|
|Separate Sciences||Rowan Wynn|
|Sports Studies||Maria Farmer|
|Travel and Tourism||Juliano De Mendonca|
|Highest Points Score at GCSE||Gabriel Jones|
|Highest Progress 8 Score||Jemimah Bentley|
|Highest Progress 8 Score||Jonah Thorpe|
|Aireborough Rotary Service Above Self||Blythe McCaul|
|Michelle Stott Memorial Award for PE||Rachel Farmer|
|Martin Green Memorial Award for Excellence in Rugby||Daniel Sellers|
|Erin’s Gift||Evie Malir|
|The Sue Hope Award for ‘Living Out the Word’||Ronnie Baker|
Music on the evening was provided by Samuel Clifford-Hassan and Samuel and Matthew Speed.