Results and Performance
Year 11 learners at St. Brigid's School have been celebrating their outstanding GCSE Results today, following two academic years of uncertainty due to COVID-19. Mrs. Leah Crimes, Headteacher, is extremely proud of all they have achieved, and the dedication and tenacity they have exhibited during their important GCSE studies whilst working under national lockdowns. Mrs. Crimes said, 'These excellent results are well-deserved, and a testament to our wonderful pupils and devoted staff, who have had to adapt to life and education challenges and changes this year. None of these results would have been possible without our fantastic staff team at St. Brigid's, and we're delighted that the majority of our Year 11 are staying with us to undertake their Sixth Form studies'.
Notable achievements include Maddie Bunn with 11 A*s, Alice Grange with 11 A*s, Erin Jones with 11 A*s, Alex Gilmartin with 10 A*s and 1 A, Rhys Cagasan with 8 A*s and 3 A's, Isobel Holt with 8 A*s and 3 A's, Will Chantrey with 7 A*s and 3 A's, Bethan Shutt with 7 A*s and 3 A's, Harriet Devany with 6 A* and 5 A's, Dominik Azurza with 7 A*s, 2 A's and a B and Jonathan Dracup with 5 A*s, 3 A's and 2 B's.
Congratulations to Year 12 and Year 13 pupils from St. Brigid's School on their outstanding AS and A-level results. All Year 13 pupils have been accepted to their first-choice universities, with most attending Russell Group universities including Oxbridge. Leah Crimes, Headteacher, said, 'we are extremely proud of all they have achieved during these very difficult two academic years; the resilience and work ethic of these young people is exemplary, and they are a huge credit to us, but most importantly, they have received the results that they have worked so hard for, and can now look forward to the next stage of their lives.'
Some highlights include Sian Casilao who achieved 4 A*s and is off to study Natural Sciences; Tobias Millar who has achieved 3 A*s and is studying Veterinary Science after a year abroad serving with a Christian organisation; Danah Escalante who has achieved 2 A*s and an A and is off to read Biomedical Sciences; Bethan Morgan who has achieved 2 A*s and an A and is going to read Theology at the University of Oxford; Gio Olazo with 2 A*s and an A and is going to study Pharmaceutical Science; Llyon Morgan-Read with 4 A's who is studying Chemical Engineering; and Olivia Millington with 3 A's who managed to secure an unconditional offer from the prestigious Drama School Emil Dale.
We are equally as proud of Year 12, who have managed to secure a stellar cohort of results for their AS results, including next academic year's Head Boy and Head Girl, Matthew Howarth and Harriet Gaskin, who achieved 4 A's and 3 A's respectively, and Abiya Biju, Maisie Donohoe-Williams, Molly Emmons, Tomas Holland, Joyal Jaison, Caitlin Jones, Maroula Petrou, Elsie Smith, Nicola Sumang, Orlagh Toner, Kripa Varghese, Nicole Vidal, Amy Weyman and Owen Williams who all managed to secure straight A's across the board in their AS levels. Pictures below of our successful pupils.