A Level Results 2021
All Hallows Catholic school is pleased to report some outstanding achievements by its students in their A levels and Level 3 BTEC exams this summer.
We are delighted that the following students achieved three or more A* in their A Level subjects, Grace Allan, Hannah Bradley, Francesca Johnson, Diksha Manupriya, Hattie Mitchell, Rhys Pullen, Michael Simmons, Phoebe Smith and William Taylor.
The fantastic results achieved across the board have enabled our students to take the next steps in their journey. Of particular note are Michael Simmons and Phoebe Smith who will be taking up their offer of a place at Oxford and Cambridge respectively. In addition, Hattie Mitchell will be heading off to university to study medicine. As part of the wider success story, we are delighted that 75% of our students will be continuing with higher education at university, with all other students either starting apprenticeships or taking a gap year.
This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards.
Head of Sixth Form College Linda Jones said: “We are immensely proud of the effort and achievement of all our students, especially after such a difficult and disrupted year. Their results are indicative of the hard work and commitment they have demonstrated throughout their time at All Hallows.”
Headteacher Mark Baines said: “Todays results mark the end of these students’ time with us, however, they will always be part of the All Hallows Family. We wish all the students every success and happiness in the future.
I also want to take the opportunity to thank all our staff, who have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto further education and study.”
Y11 Press release August 2021
All Hallows Catholic school is pleased to report some outstanding achievements by its students in their GCSE and Level 2 BTEC exams this summer.
We are delighted that the following students achieved 9’s across all their subjects, Rosie Allan, Sarah Bradley and Katherine Simmons. We also want to congratulate those who achieved all 9’s and 8’s, Emily Anderson, Jenson Baxendale, Thomas Boniface, Millie Boreham, Sean Cabatana, Joshua Costelo, Yasmin Galang, Reuben Hitchings, Joseph Kay and Will Lyons.
This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher-assessed grades, against a national standard, approved, and awarded by the exam boards.
Head of Year 11 Victoria Milnes said: “In what has been a difficult and challenging two years for our Year 11 students, we are extremely proud of everything they have achieved through their hard work and commitment. Our students have shown real resilience through this process and we commend their effort and focus.”
Headteacher Mark Baines said: “We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of our students, who have worked incredibly hard throughout the past five years. Their immense efforts and dedication have enabled to succeed, and we wish them every success and happiness as their progress onto the next steps. I also want to take the opportunity to thank all our staff, who have worked tirelessly to support and prepare all our students.”