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Sixth formers at All Saints in Kirkby celebrate outstanding results

by Gemma Melling

Staff and students at All Saints Catholic High School Sixth Form in Kirkby are celebrating a fantastic set of results for this year’s BTEC Level 3 and A level students.

Students have performed well across all five of the vocational pathways on offer at All Saints Sixth Form, which is a niche provision that specialises in Creative Arts, Business, Health and Social Care, Sport and Physical Activity and Uniformed Protective Services.

Across all subjects, a significant proportion of students have attained the highest Distinction/Distinction * and A/B grades.

Among the top performers were:

Madeleine Long

Smiling student holds up exam certificate

Madeline was awarded Dist*, Dist*, Dist* in Uniformed Protective Services. It tops off a fantastic couple of years at All Saints for Madeline, who has also gained a Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. The former St Peter and Paul primary student is now headed off to the University of Liverpool to study Law.

Reece Smith

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Reece Smith with Cllr Graham Morgan (left) and Head teacher of All Saints Catholic High School, Tony McGuinness.

Reeve achieved Dist*, Dist*, Dist* in Business. The former St Joseph the Worker pupil now plans to study Finance and Accounting at the University of Liverpool.

Emma Dack

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Emma Dack is off to Edge Hill University.

Emma passed her BTEC Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care with Dist*, Dist*, Dist*.  She’s now off to Edge Hill University to study Primary Education with Qualified Teaching Status (QTS).

Kaitlyn Emery

Smiling student holds up exam certificate

Kaitlyn Emery with Cllr Graham Morgan (left) and Head teacher of All Saints Catholic High School, Tony McGuinness.

Kaitlyn gained a Distinction in Sport and Physical Activity (sports coaching), and is heading to Edge Hill University to study Sports Management.

Serena Panzariu

Smiling student holds up exam certificate

Serena Panzariu now plans to study an Art Foundation course at the City of Liverpool College

Serena gained an ‘A’ in A level Graphics, ‘B’ in A Level Art and a Distinction in BTEC Digital Media Production. She now plans to take an Art Foundation Course at the City of Liverpool College.

Headteacher Tony McGuinness said: “We are exceptionally proud of our Sixth Form students and their achievements which are a direct result of their commitment and efforts during their time at All Saints. These results are also attributable to the dedication of their teachers and the continued support of their parents, families and the wider Kirkby community. Congratulations to all!”

Many students from All Saints will now move on to their chosen University courses in a range of subjects including Law, Nursing, Teaching, Policing, Firefighting, Sports Management, Quantity Surveying, Accounting, Animation and Media. Several students have secured much sought after high quality apprenticeships with local and national companies including a degree apprenticeship opportunity with Amazon.

Top performing student Madeleine Long added: “I would not have been able to achievement these results without such great support from the staff and the life changing opportunities and experiences that I received such as the Duke of Edinburgh Gold, a visit to Auschwitz and the many army visits I took part in as part of the Protective Services Academy”.

Cllr Margaret Harvey, Knowsley Council’s Cabinet Member for Children’s Services, said: “Congratulations to all the young people in Knowsley who have collected A Level, BTEC and other exam results.

“Today is the culmination of all your hard work over the last couple of years or more, and it’s an important milestone in your lives. If you got the results you needed or maybe even achieved far better than you expected, then today is a huge celebration. But even if you are disappointed with your grades, remember, there are still an unlimited number of opportunities out there.

“So, take as much advice as you can, and you will find the path that’s right for you.”

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