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LIVERPOOL CATHEDRAL CELEBRATING 50 YEARS
- A LOOK BACK AT OUR COMMEMORATIVE ISSUE
Staff and students at Bellerive FCJ Catholic College have been celebrating the success of the class of 2021 in their A-level results.
Despite the challenges of learning in a pandemic, students secured some excellent results and many are now looking forward to starting their first choice university course. Students have accepted offers in courses in a wide range of institutions including the universities of Oxford, Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds, Keele, York, Lancaster, Nottingham and Salford
Students have been accepted into some exciting courses such as medicine, pharmacy, geography, environmental sciences, psychology, history, politics, philosophy, music performance, fine art and maths.
Mrs Howlett, headteacher said: “We wish all our departing students good luck in the opportunities and challenges which now lay in front of them. We will keep them all in our thoughts and prayers and we remind them that they will always be part of the global FCJ family.”
Some of its successful students were Ellisa who has been accepted to study medicine at the University of Birmingham; Sophie, Megan and Natassia who are all off to the University of Liverpool to study geography or environmental science; Megan, Lucci-Jae, Jessica and Audrey are leaving Liverpool to continue their studies. Megan is going to York to study history and politics, Lucci-Jae to Chichester to study music performance, Jessica to Brasenose College, Oxford to study geography and Audrey to Nottingham to study pharmacy.
Mrs Howlett said; “It is good to be able to encourage the next generation of teachers and Katie is going to study primary education at Liverpool Hope”.