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Congratulations Year 11

More students than ever before achieved a Grade 9-5 (strong pass) and a 9-4 (standard pass) in English and Mathematics this year at St. Peter’s.

There was also an increase in the number of students that achieved the English Baccalaureate, that includes English, Mathematics, 2 Sciences, History or Geography and French or Spanish.


Principal, Michael Astley reflected, “The students worked really hard to achieve these grades and I am very proud of them. All of our staff have given everything to help the students get these results that will help them in their future endeavours”.

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We also have many Year 11 students who made outstanding progress when comparing their GCSE results to their Key Stage 2 SATs results, the most significant being Mustafa Hachim, Ruqayya Zulfiqar, Salma Ahmed, Charlie Bradley, Adam Ali and Raziya Akhtar. Congratulations.

In addition to the Year 11s, a group of 43 Year 10 students took their English Literature GCSE 12 months early, with amazing results. 72% of them achieved a Grade 9-7 (A*-A in the old system) and more than half of them achieved a grade one, two or even three grades higher than their target. What a fantastic achievement and a perfect way to start their final year at St. Peter’s.

Year 10 Students who achieved a Grade 9 (a Grade only awarded to the top 2% of the country) in English Literature are Leigh Atherton, Jasmine Dibble, Evie Podmore, Kate Reaney, Charlotte Rogers, Zahra Asif, Shyen Ibrahim, Dylan Morgan, Olivia Jackson, Daisy Whitfield and Gemma Cowie.