Students at St. Paul’s Catholic College have achieved outstanding A-level results with 66% of students achieving A*-B grades.
An impressive 89% of students achieved A*-C grades and 100% passed their A-level exams.
Exceptional performances came from Isabel Creed with 5 A* grades and Claudia Bergin who achieved 3 A* grades, both of whom scored over 90% in all A2 papers.
Isabel will go on to study Chemistry at Oxford and Claudia will study English at Exeter.
Other students celebrating success were Natasha Oke with 2A* and 2 A grades along with Sophie Lavelle and Amy Lampard with 2 A* and 1 A grade. Holly Ryan, Taylor Pierce, Dom Marshall, Jimmy Cochrane and Olivia Anderson all achieved 2 A* grades. Amy
Gough, Antonia Blunt and Michael Rutherford all achieved 3 A grades in their exam results.
Overall 31% of all results were graded as A* or A which shows the fantastic results achieved by students this year going against the national trends as the top results have risen since last year.
Sue Homer, Director of Key Stage 5 Achievement at the College said: “We are really thrilled that the hard work and commitment of the last two years has paid off. This will be a great opportunity for them to go onto the next chapter at university and beyond.”
Headteacher Rob Carter said: “These results are down to a simple recipe of dedication, commitment and talent. We are really pleased that every student has flourished and achieved their potential in the sixth form.
“This success is down to their hard work, the support of families as well as talented and inspiring teachers. We wish them well for the next chapter and will miss them all.”