Birkenhead High School Academy is pleased to announce the outstanding achievement of its students in their GCSE A and BTEC levels this summer.
Among the many success stories are Rose Bridson and Emily Burton, both of whom achieved an impressive 9th grade on each of their exams. Rose said, “I am so proud that all of my hard work has paid off! She will be studying at BHSA Sixth Form. There have been many other success stories including Emily Botting, Madeleine Brown, Grace De Middelaer, Nina Hoffman, Emily Jamieson, Amy Jordan, Lucy Nile, Mia Offley, and Emma Pemberton, all of whom achieved high marks across the board. Grace said, “I am absolutely ecstatic. Thanks to my teachers for their help and support. Grace will also continue her studies at BHSA.
BHSA Director Rebecca Mahony said: “We are delighted with the results obtained by the students despite the many challenges encountered this year. The achievements of the students are reflected not only in their exam results, but also in the way in which they have shown real courage, independence and flexibility to continue to develop in these difficult circumstances. It is also a testament to the creativity and ingenuity of the staff, who quickly adapted to a range of learning environments and challenges.
Levels A and BTEC
For example, Helena Calvert got A *, A *, A * A. She got a place at Durham University to study physics. Abby Stott will also study physics at the University of St Andrews, having obtained three A * and an A degrees. Ayat Hafouda will study dentistry at the University of Plymouth after obtaining an impressive A *, A *, A.
Other students who earn a string of As and A * s and Distinction * s include; Beth Candish-Dunham (Law and Politics at the University of Manchester); Lily Cheetham (Politics and Social Anthropology – University of Manchester); Collette Hoan (Collette studying at the University of Nottingham) and Kate Shirley (geography student – University of Liverpool); Madeleine Williams (Pharmacy, University of Bath); Amy Heywood (International Relations and Politics, Cardiff University) and Poppy Smailes (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Prop Making).
BHSA students pursue a wide range of career paths ranging from medical careers in, for example, diagnostic radiography, nursing and midwifery, interior design, social anthropology, and hospitality. police training. Once again, the creativity of our students has been evident in a choice of subjects ranging from film making to musicality.
Rebecca Mahony, Director, said: “We are extremely proud of all the hard work and accomplishments of our students, especially after such a difficult and troubled year. Our teachers have worked tirelessly to ensure that students are all able to continue with their education and education, and we look forward to seeing what they achieve in the future.