EducationMATTERS All Saints Catholic College students celebrate best ever GCSE results
THIS YEAR, THE COLLEGE SAW A 30 PER CENT IMPROVEMENT IN BOTH MATHS AND ENGLISH
HIS year, students at All Saints Catholic College celebrated the school’s best ever set of GCSE results.After being rated Good by Ofsted in July 2018, the school was delighted to see its pass rates increase in both maths and English.
Representing an improvement of almost 30 per cent since last year, 2018 saw 75 per cent of students achieve a pass in English, with 64 per cent securing a pass in maths.
In biology, 91 per cent of students achieved a pass at grade 4 or above, while chemistry and physics students also performed well, with an overall pass rate of 87 per cent at grade 4 or above.
Linda Emmett, headteacher at All Saints Catholic College, said: “These results represent the significant transformation that has happened in our school and the absolute dedication of our students.
“I would personally like to thank our wonderful parents, staff and students for their commitment to ensuring the continued success of All Saints and their support of our school mantra ‘Be Inspired. Be excellent. Succeed.’
“These results represent the next step in our journey to make All Saints a truly outstanding school for our local community.”
Outstanding individual successes were made by students Patrick Murray and Ellen Cox, both of whom achieved an incredible 10 GCSEs at grade 9-7.
Patrick said: “I’m really pleased with my results and the results of the school. They are testament to the hard work of all staff and students, especially considering our ‘good’ Ofsted judgement this summer.”
Special congratulations also went out to students Chiara Morreale and Jake Marklew, who achieved 2.5 and two more grades than predicted respectively. For more information, visit www.allsaintscatholiccollege. com, call 0161 338 2120 or email schooloffice@ allsaintscatholiccollege.com.