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St Bernadette’s Students Celebrate Exam Results

Students, parents and staff at St Bernadette’s are celebrating strong results for individual students and across a range of GCSE subjects.

Students, parents and staff at St Bernadette’s are celebrating strong results for individual students and across a range of GCSE subjects.  Amongst the highest achievers gaining multiple top grades are Isabella Khan, Luke Briones, Nima Sunny, Louis Amor, Zulekha Mighty-Miller and George Cockford.

Isabella gained an impressive eight grade 9s and Luke gained six. This is the highest grade possible, higher than A* and only awarded to a small percentage of students nationally.

78% of students achieved at least a grade 4 in English or Maths and 54% achieved it in both.  A quarter of students achieved a grade 7 or higher (equivalent to A*/A) in at least one of their subjects.

This year has seen an increase in the number of top grades achieved by St Bernadette’s students. Results in academic subjects such as R.E., Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Spanish and Computing were strong and students following vocational subjects such as Business, ICT and Food also did particularly well.

The commitment to pupils gaining results across a broad and academic range of subjects has enabled pupils to gain multiple qualifications and progress confidently to the next stage of their learning journey.

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