GCSE RESULTS PRESS RELEASE
Well done to all the Year 11 students at St Mary’s Catholic High School - another successful year for GCSE exam results!
The new qualifications have been much harder this year with the new reformed specifications across the majority of subjects. We are very proud of everyone for their hard work and dedication and, as a result, there have been some phenomenal results from our students.
Key Stage 4 – Headline measures for 2018
Progress 8 score -0.24
Attainment 8 score 47.32
% of pupils achieving a strong pass in English & Mathematics 40%
EBacc average points score 4.13
More details can be found on the gov.uk website, using the link below
There were around half a million students picking up their results in August 2018 and it is predicted only hundreds will achieve the top grade 9 and we are lucky to have some of those students here.
It's not just the top grade students who have done well, everyone has put the effort in and really gone above and beyond in a challenging year. We wish every single one of the students all the best as they move through to St Mary’s Sixth Form College, in the next important phase of their education.
As ever, there were some amazing individual performances from students, some of these outstanding achievers can be seen below:
Amy Crook - seven Grade 9, three Grade 8
Emile Waywell - four Grade 9, three Grade 8, three Grade 7
Maisie Collings - three Grade 9, three Grade 8, three Grade 7
Tia Mistry - three Grade 9, three Grade 8, three Grade 7
Eleanor Dainty - one Grade 9, four Grade 8, five Grade 7
Joe Pearson - two Grade 9, four Grade 8, three Grade 7
Caitlin McDonald - two Grade 9, one Grade 8, six Grade 7, one Grade 6
Ellisha Bickerton - one Grade 9, four Grade 8, one Grade 7, one Grade 6
Erin Huxley - four Grade 8, five Grade 7, one Grade 6
Christian Sula - two Grade 9, three grade 8, two Grade 6, two Grade 5