Delight for St Katherine’s pupils
STUDENTS at St Katherine’s School in Pill nervously opened their A-level results this morning (Thurs) with many achieving good grades.
Sixth form pupils achieved an impressive 97.3 per cent pass rate, with an average UCAS point score per pupil of 275, reflecting a significant percentage of A*-B grades.
Head of sixth form, Aimi Bisco, said: “We are incredibly proud, not only of a fantastic set of results, but of the aspirational progression routes chosen and secured by our students.
“When confident life choices are made in this tough economic climate, we can truly recognise what mature and rounded young people we have had the pleasure of working with.”
Notable achievements included Hannah Beard and Adam Staff, who both gained A*, A, A and B grades.
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Hannah will go on to study landscape architecture at Sheffield University and Adam will study physics at Bristol University.
Oli Speakman achieved A*, A and B grades and Rebecca Nash gained two As and a B.
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Those taking BTEC qualifications at the Ham Green school achieved a 100 per cent pass rate, with many students gaining the highest distinction star grades.