GCSE: Cardinal Newman has seen pupils thrive

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Students at Cardinal Newman are once again celebrating some outstanding results!

Thanks to the tireless efforts of students and staff, the school has seen a further improvement in performance with students across the school making more progress across more of their subjects.   

Achievements of particular note include: Alex Fry, Sohan Ratajczak, Liam Sweeney, Jemma Balendra, Francesca Carroll, Precious Getopa and Thea O’brien.  Each one of these students achieved an amazing 10A/A* grades (or more!) across a range of challenging GCSEs.

 Celebrating her success, Aimee Panepinto student commented: ”I was so pleased to gain such a good grade in RE as this is a subject I was keen to take forward to A Level!”  Shannon Caldwell added, “The support of staff has helped me to reach my potential and I am looking forward to starting my A Level courses in Health and Social Care and Sociology in September – and then onto university!”

Headteacher, Mr Joe Richardson, commented: “Cardinal Newman is committed to helping students achieve a range of qualifications that will support progression to high quality courses in further education.  We have high expectations and standards at and I am delighted these are reflected in the students’ success.  The combined effort of students, staff and parents has seen our students thrive, and I am grateful to all for their support.”