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Bellerive FCJ Catholic College students celebrated outstanding successes in today’s A-level results, marking another year of excellent academic and personal achievements for students at the school.
Notable successes include Eleanor Cassidy who achieved two A*s and an A grade in English literature, geography and government and politics and will go on to read geography at St Edmund’s Hall in Oxford.
Eve Connor achieved an A* in mathematics and A grades in further mathematics and physics. Scarlett Lowther achieved three A grades in English literature, psychology and history and will go to read history at the University of Liverpool.
A future career in journalism beckons for Anna Gorman-Cargill who achieved a place at the University of Liverpool to read communications and media with three A grades in English language, psychology and history.
Alice Hill was also successful in securing two A grades and a B and is embarking on a gap year.
Students have also taken up offers of apprenticeships and employment whilst some have opted for a gap year to allow them to review their options.
Niamh Howlett, headteacher said, ” I am thrilled with the success of our students which is a reward for their hard work and a testament to the support and encouragement of their teachers and parents.
“We set very high standards for our students and they have responded accordingly, achieving results which will allow them to realise their ambitions and follow the careers and further educational pathways of their choice.
“I wish them every success in the future. They take their leave of us and go out into a world instilled with the values of an FCJ education using their talents and gifts to make this a better world.”