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Celebrating Outstanding Student Achievement on A Level Results Day

Student with A Level results

St Paul’s Catholic School is delighted to report some outstanding achievements by its students in their A levels and vocational qualifications this summer. Students are going on to study a range of subjects leading to careers in areas including Engineering, Law, Medicine, Automotive and Transport Design, Property Finance and Investment, Dental Nursing, Computer Network Security and Marketing and Digital Communications.

Jo-Anne Hoarty, Headteacher at St Paul’s, said: “Students have experienced an unprecedented and unique situation. It is important to remember that these results represent seven years hard work. Our students have worked incredibly hard to secure excellent grades that will enable them to move to their next steps.”

Congratulations to every individual who has secured such excellent grades today. We are delighted by their achievements. We are particularly impressed by:

Chloe Laberinto, who has gained A*AA and is going to University of Arts, London to study Industrial Design.

Natalia Garcia Merlo, who received A*A*AA and is going to study Psychology at King’s College, London.

Yoofi Larbi, who achieved A*A*A*AA and will be studying Biomedical Science at University of Warwick.

Gisela Ebulley, who gained A*A*A*A  and is going to Durham University to study Law.

Callum Morris, who has gained A*A*A*A and is going to study Aerospace Engineering at Manchester University.

Aimee Mossman, who gained A*A*A*A  and will be going to Durham University to study Law.

Edwin Nganga, who is going to Warwick to study Computer Science having achieved A*A*A.

Maureen Onwunali who gained A*A*A*A  and is going to University of Warwick to study Politics and Sociology.

Piotr Zychklinski who is going to University of Warwick to study Computer Science having gained A*A*A*A.

Diego Jaumandreu Ondaro who is going to do a Higher Level Apprenticeship at Deloitte UK having gained A*A*A*AB.

Declan Fernandes who gained A*BAA and will be doing an apprenticeship at Network Rail.

This year, following the cancellation of examinations, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards. The government is not publishing performance data for any schools or colleges this year due to the varying impact of the pandemic.

Jo-Anne Hoarty said: “We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of our students, especially after such a difficult and disrupted year. Our teachers have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto further education and study, and we look forward to seeing what they will achieve in the future. Congratulations to all our Post 16 students this year.”

Student with A level results

Student with Mrs Hoarty on A Level Results Day

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