Students and staff were all smiles today, following another excellent set of A Level results. Early indications suggest an A Level Pass rate of at least 98% with a High Pass Rate of 30%.
Significant achievements from Y13 students include:
Lauren Aspery – Creative Writing A*, English Literature A, English Language B, Extended Project B
Beth Laden – English Language A, Geography A, French B
Eleanor Durant – Applied ICT A, Extended Project A, English Language B & Geography B
Bridie Walker – Applied ICT A, Extended Project A, English Language B & Psychology B
There were also some outstanding performances from Y12 students with Laura Etfer, Nelly Kaiden & Adam Roberts, all achieving 4 A grades at AS Level.
Headteacher, Peter Coady said: “This year has been a significant one for 11-18 Catholic education in Middlesbrough with the formation of the St Hilda’s Multi-Academy Trust. We are therefore delighted to finish the academic year having at least maintained and in some areas, improved our A Level results. This is a testament to our fantastic students and dedicated staff – I feel very proud to be headteacher. As always, we vow never to stand still and our Sixth Form will continue to work hard to build on the successes of recent years.”
In regards to our History trip to the Somme and Verdun, our travel company have issued the following statement in respect of the tragic events that happened yesterday in France
“In light of the tragic events that occurred in Paris last year, Brussels earlier this year and most recently in Nice, we are mindful that your school, parents and students may have concerns about your forthcoming study trip.
To help, we have issued the following statement to use for guidance.
France Travel Advice
All travel companies adhere to information given by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), regarding travel advice.
Our tours are run within Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) travel guidance. We monitor the FCO site daily and have the resources to react quickly should that advice change.”
General Travel Advice
For Travel to most popular destinations, the FCO’s general advice is to continue plans as normal. However it does recommend that travellers be vigilant at all times and follow the advice of local authorities.