Year 11 students continue to excel at All Saints' Academy
All Saints’ Academy students achieve their best ever Maths and English results in the most challenging GCSE examinations ever. An outstanding 12% improvement at A*-C GCSE Mathematics heralded a significant amount of excellent grades at the higher level including several at the new maximum Grade 9. This puts a good number of All Saints’ students in the top 3 percent of all students nationally.
Mr Dermot McNiffe, Principal, said “This year has seen the introduction of the most challenging examinations in 30 years. I am delighted that our students’ hard work and studiousness has paid off.
Our improved A-level and GCSE results this year reflects our drive for all students to succeed, underpinned by the highest standards in teaching, learning and discipline. This day marks the start of a future where All Saints’ Academy students will increasingly stand shoulder to shoulder with the highest achieving students in the country”.
Year 11 student, Tom Miles achieved exceptional GCSE results gaining 2 Grade 8s, 3 A*s and 5 A grades. Tom will be studying Computing, Business and Maths at A-level at All Saints’ next year. Tom said ‘I am shocked, in a good way of course. I worked hard in my lessons and am happy with my results.'
Ceri Mavin, Head Girl, achieved 2 Grade 8s, 3 A*s and 3 A grades. Ceri, who will be studying A-level Maths, History and Physics this year said, 'I wasn't too worried coming in to collect my results as I had worked really hard. I am very pleased with the grades I achieved.'
Jan Skowron achieved 2 Grade 8s, 2 A*s and 4 A grades, Jan will start studying A-level Chemistry, History and Sociology at All Saints’ this year. He said, 'I'm very happy with my results.'