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GCSE Results

St Brigid's School is celebrating outstanding GCSE results again this year with 35 per cent of year 11 learners achieving five or more A*-A grades.  We are just absolutely delighted to be able to share the joy of these exceptional results with our pupils, who have worked so hard and overcome huge adversity during the last three academic years.

Amongst the outstanding performers were Fred Kingsland with nine A*s, two As and a B; Owen Brumby with eight A*s, three As and a B; Haf Read with seven A*s and five As, Zanetta Sabin-Roy with seven A*s, three As and a B and Tom Watson, who gained six A*s, two As and three Bs.

Our pupils have excelled themselves and achieved well-deserved results. The governing body and staff body are incredibly proud of our young people, and huge thanks to our teaching and support staff who have worked tirelessly to ensure their success.

6th Form Results

Once again, sixth form students at St Brigid’s School, are celebrating an outstanding set of A-level results after two years of covid disruption. We have achieved a 100 per cent A-level pass rate and 41 per cent A* and A grades.

Meanwhile, 63 per cent of pupils achieved at least one A*/A grade.  Our students are also celebrating BTEC success, with 100 per cent Distinction* in all subjects.

Amongst the headliners is head boy Matthew Howarth, with three A*s and an A. He is off to Imperial College, London to read physics.

Kripa Varghese gained three A*s and is going to study Medicine at Leeds, while Owen Williams secured two A*s and an A.

Head girl Harriet Gaskin achieved two A*s and two As, with Maisie Donohoe-Williams securing four As and she will be going to study pharmacology at Liverpool. Orlagh Toner and Joely Wynne both secured three As, while twins Abbie and Alicia Williams secured straight A grades! Congratulations also go to Charlie Lyons, who is off to Durham University, with the majority of the sixth form students off to their first-choice universities and chosen career pathways.

We couldn’t be more proud of our pupils; they have had to navigate the most difficult and disrupted period in education over the last three academic years. These results are sensational!

Our pupils have shown themselves to be resilient, hard-working and capable of anything they set their minds to - and we know they will all flourish in their next steps.

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