St Brigid’s school is celebrating another year of excellent A level results. Once again, 100% of pupils achieved the Level three threshold (2 A levels at A* – E),. In addition, 87% of Year 13 pupils passed with A* to C grades and an outstanding 34% of grades were A* and A.
Star performers this year included Emily Davies who attained 2 A* and 1 A grade, Bethany McCaulay who also achieved 2A* and 1 A grade, Charlotte Watson who achieved 1A* and 2 A grades and will be taking up a place at Cambridge University to study Veterinary Medicine and Molly Smythe-Jones who achieved 3 A grades.
In addition to the high A level grades, a record number of Year 13 pupils also attained the Gold Duke of Edinburgh award which they accepted at Buckingham Palace in May.
Chair of Governors, Anthony Hannigan, said “We are very proud of our young people who have worked extremely hard and reaped the benefits of their endeavours. As always a huge thank you goes to our dedicated staff who have helped the students attain these fantastic results.”
This year saw many pupils gaining entry to their first choice and Russell group universities to study Veterinary Medicine, Law as well as other academic or vocational subjects.
Headteacher, Rona Jones said “We are very proud of these results. Thank you to our parents for their continued support. We wish all of our Year 13 pupils every success in the future. Well done also to our Year 12 pupils who also achieved high grades at AS. We look forward to welcoming them back in September.”