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GCSE Results

GCSE Results - Summer 2015

Students and staff from St Mary’s are celebrating some excellent achievements with the release of GCSE results today.  Andrew Dawson, Headteacher, “I would like to congratulate students for all their dedication and achievement.  GCSEs are more challenging than ever before and there are so many pressures on young people today that it is good to see hard work, resilience and perseverance rewarded”.

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A Level Results

A Level Results - Summer 2015

The whole community of St. Mary’s is celebrating its best ever A Level and BTEC results.  The students have once again achieved over a 99.7% A* - E pass rate but with a significant increase in the number of students achieving the highest grades.  In all, an outstanding 47% of all grades were at A*/A or their equivalent, an excellent 67% were A*-B and an impressive 89% were A*-C or their equivalent.

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Sports Days

Sports Days

Amazing weather inspired some amazing performances at this years sports days.

With a new competition format, each and every student played their part in the make the days very special.

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Apprentice Challenge 2015

As a form group students were set two challenges that were designed in conjunction with Leigh Centurions Rugby Club.  Students needed to draw upon their entrepreneurial, presentation and critical thinking skills for the challenge. To kick start the day, we invited two guest speakers into school who appeared on the TV Show 'The Apprentice'.

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Alton Towers

Alton Towers

All students who managed to earn 350 VIVOs this year spent Tuesday 14th July at Alton Towers. Students (and staff) had a superb time and fortunately the sun was shining. Well done to all who attended, behaviour was excellent. – Mr Lloyd

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Year 10 GCSE Catering

The Year 10 GCSE Catering group recently completed the practical element of their controlled assessment based on Afternoon Tea.  Their brief was “Afternoon teas are very popular and an excellent way for chefs to demonstrate their skills at producing baked products.  Prepare, cook and serve four items, at least one of which must be savoury, that could be offered as part of afternoon tea”.

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last updated 24/08/2015