Students at St. Paul’s Catholic College achieved outstanding A level results once again this year, with
61 per cent of students achieving A*-B grades, 87 per cent A*-C and 100 per cent passing their exams.
Head teacher Rob Carter praised the hard work and commitment of both students and staff.
Exceptional performances came from Sam Ferber-Stevenson with 4 A* grades and Michael Rowney who achieved 3 A* grades, both of whom scored over 90 per cent in all A2 papers.
Connor Genders, Ashley George, Emily Hunt, Callum Weller all received 1A* and 2 A grades and Cecily Bryant, Millie Carden, Jacob Hollebon, Shea Lawrence, James Leighton and Megan Mullany were awarded 3 A grades; Matt
Delaloye and Georgia Hawken-Allison achieved 2 A* and 1 B grades.
Overall, 27 per cent of all results were graded as A* or A.
Sue Homer, Director of Key Stage 5 Achievement at the College said, “We are thrilled by the results achieved this year and are really pleased that the students’ dedication and commitment have paid off. We will miss our students as they go on to the next chapter, with 98 per cent of students successfully achieving their university offer.”
Rob Carter, head teacher, added: “We are very proud of all that the students have achieved. I am very grateful for the outstanding commitment, dedication and support provided by staff and parents to provide the “winning recipe” for students to achieve their potential.
“It is down to the energy, passion and enthusiasm for learning that the students show every day that has achieved these results. I am sure this will be a firm foundation for future success and happiness at university and beyond.”