GCSE students at St Saviour’s and St Olave’s ‘exceeded national average statistics in most subjects including English and Maths’ says the schools head teacher.
Catherine May described seeing the students in school to collect their results as an ‘absolute joy’.
“I am so proud of the academic successes of these young women, but equally proud of the patience and resilience they have shown throughout this extraordinary year,” she told the News.
“I am very much looking forward to seeing many of them return in September to our Sixth Form. I am confident that the skills they have learnt throughout this whole period will make them stronger and inspire them to make the most of every opportunity available to them.
“I would like to thank my staff for their forbearance and perseverance with the many changes to the policies that have taken place around these results. I would also like to congratulate all our students on their incredible achievements and I wish them all the very best for their futures.”
Deputy head teacher Michelle Ferguson who led the assessment process said staff acted with ‘absolute integrity’ throughout.
“We are grateful to our staff and immensely proud of our amazing students and their incredibly supportive families,” she added.