St Paul’s Way 2021 Cohort GCSE Exam Success!
Congratulations to the 2021 GCSE cohort of St Paul’s Way Trust School, who today are celebrating another excellent set of results!
A substantial number of all students were, once again, awarded the top grades. Student progress continues to be above national averages. We are also very pleased with the noticeable improvements in progress measures.
Amongst the many success stories from today, top performers include Ying Li (nine grade 9s), Ruhan Mannan (eight grade 9s, one grade 8), and Zaid Ahmed, Nabeela Al-Habib and Shamik Datta (seven grade 9s, two grade 8s).
A few individual success stories of students who have overcome personal challenges to achieve and secure a strong set of results include Noelia Banuelos-Jechiu, Hayden O’Donnell, Eamon Khayer and Muhimene Abdullah. Congratulations also to Christ Amlai, who joined as a mid-phase admission, for achieving seven grade 9s, two grade 8s.
We are particularly proud of the achievements of our Golden Group students, including Mysha Hussain (pictured below) who received six GCSEs with a grade 5 in English Literature.
Our Year 10 cohort have also sat their early GCSE RE exams, securing another set of excellent results.
"We are so proud of our students and their achievements. They have worked incredibly hard during very challenging circumstances and I want to thank parents and carers for the vital role they have played. In partnership with our families, St Paul’s Way Trust School staff have ensured that no student has been left behind. We wish all students the very best in the future, and look forward to welcoming many of our students back to our Sixth Form.”
- Gwilym Goulson, Director of Learning - Key Stage 4