When young people and their families work alongside school, great achievements can happen, and this has certainly been the case for many of our students at St Cuthbert’s.
2018 has possibly been the most difficult year for GCSE students and their teachers, in terms of the challenges of the new examinations and the new gradings and therefore we are delighted that a number of our students have achieved top grades across a range of subjects.
Improvements have been made in Languages, Health & Social Care and Science and the number of students entered for an achieving the EBACC suite of qualifications has increased.
Mrs Twist, Headteacher said “At St Cuthbert’s we are acutely aware that there are still improvements to be made across the board but today is about celebrating our young people and the fact that regardless of the numerical grading, we are skilling them up and giving them opportunities at colleges and work to live life in all its fullness”.
Ryan Owen achieved 5 x grade 9s, 3 x grade 8s and 1 x grade 7. Going on to study A Level Maths, Chemistry and Further Maths at Carmel College.
Lucy Rickard achieved 1 x grade 9, 4 x grade 8s, 2 x grade 7s and 2 x grade 5s. Going on to study A Level Fine Art, English and Media at Carmel College.
Martyna Wozniak achieved 1 x grade 9, 2 x grade 8s, 3 x grade 7s, 2 x grade 6s and 1 x grade C. Going on to study A Level Law, History and English Literature at Winstanley College.
Matthew Savage achieved 2 x grade 9s, 3 x grade 8s, 1 x grade 7 and 3 x grade 6s. Going on to study A Level Maths, Physics and Chemistry at Winstanley College.
Ellie Johnson achieved 1 x grade 8, 7 x grade 7s and 1 x grade 5. Going on to study A Level Law, Sociology and Psychology at Carmel College.
Jayne Hill achieved 2 x grade 7s, 1 grade 6 and 5 x grade 5s. Going on to study Science A Levels at Carmel College.
Congratulations to all our students and good luck to everyone moving on to Further Education Colleges and providers in September.