Sacred Heart mark another successful GCSE results day
Sacred Heart Catholic Academy celebrated yet another successful GCSE results day. The majority of pupils achieved good GCSEs including English and mathematics. The vast majority of students are going on to sixth form, training or employment destinations, with many pupils achieving the top grades in their chosen subjects. Headteacher of Sacred Heart, Mark O’Hagan, said: “We are delighted that so many Sacred Heart students have achieved so highly. “We are particularly pleased to see that the children secured the results needed to continue to the next phase of their education, with many choosing to stay with us in Sacred Heart.” Associate headteacher, Ed Cassidy, stated: “It is heartwarming to see so many children reaping the rewards of their hard work, this allows them to progress on to the next stages of their education with many choosing to stay within the Sacred Heart family, this is a testament to the pastoral care and attention they have received over the past five years.” “The results today, are testament to the students’ dedication and hard-working attitude, the high quality of teaching here at Sacred Heart and the outstanding individual support we offer all students to reach their potential.” Some success stories include Olivia Scoggins who achieved two grade 9s, six grade 8s and one distinction* while Benjamin Cowan achieved a grade 9, five grade 8s, two grade 7s and one grade 6.