St Mark’s celebrate A Level success following “year of uncertainty”
Education: Secondary / Tue 10th Aug 2021 at 10:53am
AFTER another year of uncertainty for pupils, staff, and parents, St Mark’s is celebrating the hard work, resilience and resolve that have led today to continuing success, with A level pupils once again achieving results that have enabled them to go to universities, often the first in their family.
A delighted Headteacher, Elaine Heaphy, congratulated both pupils and staff.
“For the past 18 months, our pupils have had to deal with new methods of learning, lockdowns and restrictions, yet they have shown great determination, courage and strength of character. We are delighted for the pupils, they should be proud of their achievements and we wish them all the best for their future endeavours. Certainly, I would like to put on record my thanks to pupils, staff and parents for what was an exemplary team effort.”
There were many examples of outstanding individual performances. These include amongst many others:
Arca Arsian (A, A, A); Roya Besheya (A, B, C); Anthony Cray-Dinemuro (Dist*, A, B); Eve Corcoran (A, A, A): Niamh Fitzpatrick (A, A, C); Natascha Fouche Madigan Rowe (A, B, C); Charlotte Harvey (Dist*, A, C); Isaac He (A*, A*, A*); Tia Kelchure (A*, A*, A*); ); George Sapacliu (A*, A, A, B): Maria Steadman (A, A, B); Daniel Till (A, A, B); Laura Waterfield (Dist*, A, A).
Our Sixth Form draws from all the other schools in Harlow, and we would congratulate these schools for their work in successfully getting these pupils through GCSE studies and giving them the grounding for A Level study.
We are sure that they will share in this success. We look forward to welcoming the ‘new’ Year 12 cohort in September”.
Lets hope the have studied worthwhile subjects and not media studies, performing arts etc.
What if it was performing arts etc?brilliant performances from all concerned. What a rediculous comment to make,also with such bad grammar!
Yes Don I agree your grammar is poor. No spacing between word's and ridiculous is not spelt with an e !
So sorry,still a pathetic comment!
St Marks is a business orientated school, Mark Hall is sports and it’s Burnt Mill that is Performing arts. St Marks and the BMAT stem school (which is science and computer technology) are the only 2 schools in Harlow who have a sixth form. If you want to do A Level performing arts you go to college.