St John Plessington students eltated over A-level success





Sixth form students from St John Plessington Catholic College returned to college on 17 August to collect their A-level and BTEC results. Based in Bebington, Wirral, St John Plessington Catholic College is part of the Holy Family Catholic Multi Academy Trust. The class of 2023 excelled, with 71% of grades being A* - C or equivalent. 75% of the current cohort who applied to university have all been accepted. This includes Priscilla Fatokun, who received grades of A*, A, A, and will be attending the University of Warwick to study computer science. Keira Brady-Jones has secured a place at Loughborough University through the Elite Athlete Programme, and she will continue to strive towards representing Great Britain in athletics. Kyle Farley will be preparing for his degree-apprenticeship with Unilever in September after achieving A*, A, B in maths, physics and biology. Other students from St John Plessington are going on to exciting employment and apprenticeship opportunities. Mrs Alison Lock, the director of sixth form, said: “I am delighted with the results that our St John Plessington Sixth Form students have achieved. These results are a testament to their work and effort from over the past couple of years. “Despite the disruption caused by the pandemic, our students have continued to work incredibly hard and adapt well to the challenges that they have faced. They are a fantastic group, and it is a pleasure to celebrate everything that they have achieved today. I wish them the best of luck for the future.” Headteacher of St John Plessington Catholic College, Mr Peadar McLoughlin, commented: “We are all so proud of the success of our Year 13 students. As they go on into the world of work and university, we are wishing them good luck in all that they do.”