A special results day at St Mary’s Catholic College






On 17 August, students at St Mary’s Catholic College, Wallasey, collected their A-level and BTEC results. Students pursued a range of pathways, including apprenticeships, university degrees, employment and further education college courses. Many St Mary’s students will head to university in the autumn and have received offers from several esteemed institutes across the UK. Students starting apprenticeships will join the workforces of well-established employers. Of the courses chosen for further study, there is a mix of academic and creative choices. In addition, several students are in the application phase to join the armed forces. Year 13 student, Mathew Doyle, achieved fantastic Level 3 results in English combined - A*, psychology – A, and business studies - distinction*. Mathew will attend Edge Hill to study English literature. Milly Davison achieved distinction* and distinction in health and social care, and a distinction in media studies. Millie will join Liverpool John Moores University, where she will begin her undergraduate degree in mental health & nursing. Mathew Butterworth, Shrek from the college’s recent performance, will study musical theatre at the Liverpool Media Academy. Deputy headteacher, Mr Aaren Hampson, said: “Results day is always so special. After all their hard work and dedication, students enter the school for the last time before they embark on a new chapter of their lives. “We wish each of them the best of look for their futures; I am confident they will go on to achieve great things.” Headteacher, Mr Kevin Maddocks, added: “Level 3 results day is always a wonderful point of celebration. It was great to see the students and staff celebrating the hard work and achievements of our most senior students. Today is a culmination of seven years of hard work and a living example of our vision, which is to work together to succeed together.”