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St Peter's
Catholic School

Top GCSE Results

We are proud to announce that the St Peter’s community has been celebrating today’s outstanding GCSE results. Many staff shared in the moment when the envelopes were opened and seeing the delight of the student’s achievements and the affirmation of all their hard work over the last two years. 

In fact, the school results are excellent and are better than our attainment in summer 2019 which is where nationally results are most closely aligned. 92% of students gained 5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above and 85% gained 5 GCSEs at grade 5 or above. 55% of all entries are grade 9-7.

We would like to pay tribute to all our staff who supported the students throughout the last five years, to the parents who have shared the anxiety and pressure whilst trying to remain calm but especially to the students and their fabulous talents and sheer hard work that enabled them to be awarded the grades they deserved.

The progress made across the year group has been excellent and there were many standout results both in terms of high attainment, but also significant progress made by all ability ranges.  Students who achieved 10 grade 9s include Lili D, Hugo M, Matilda and Emma.  Students who achieved all grade 8s and 9s include Aidan W, Martina C, Maisie D, Florence E, Holly F, Evie F, Megan H, Alex K, Finlay M, Judson M, Harriet M, Nicole S, Jakub S, Adam T and Jovanna T.

Some students made phenomenal progress through their five years at secondary school when compared to their attainment on arriving at St Peter’s.  These include Heath A, Mia K, Georgie E, Christian E, Ghislaine D, Mikey I, Freddie R, Judson M and Kayden N.

It will be a delight to welcome most of our students back into St Peter’s Sixth Form in September and see them start the next stage of their journey.

Headteacher, Toby Miller said “I am immensely proud of every single student who embraced the challenges of GCSEs and achieved the grades we have seen this summer.  They engaged well with a return to a rigorous process of full GCSEs and have shown resilience and perseverance throughout the most challenging of times in education.”

We would like to congratulate all students and wish them all the very best for their future.

Yours sincerely

Toby Miller