St Brigid’s School is delighted with its pupils’ excellent GCSE results once again this year. All pupils attained at least 5 GCSE passes, with a superb 88% of pupils achieving 5 A* – C grades. The new Capped 9 performance measure was also very impressive for the second year. The results were particularly pleasing given the changing landscape of performance measures that schools have faced in recent years and the newly updated GCSEs in English and Maths.
Headteacher Rona Jones “I am delighted that the school has maintained its renowned high standards and very well done to our pupils, all their hard work has paid off. We look forward to welcoming many of them back to Sixth form in September.”
Star performers this year included Jack Saunders and Megan Shutt who both achieved 6A*, 5A, 1B and distinctions in Additional Maths, Scott Williams who achieved 3A*, 6A, 2B and a Distinction in Additional Maths and Philip Wood who achieved 2A*, 8A, 2B and a merit in Additional Maths.
Chair of Governors Anthony Hannigan expressed his thanks and congratulations to students, parents and teachers for another year of superb results which were in line with pupil targets.