This year our A level and GCSE results days took on a completely different feel as we shared results electronically rather than in person.
We missed seeing students celebrating with hugs and smiles, or with tears of joy or sheer relief. I am sure students were able to celebrate at home and reflect on their achievements.
It is so important for every individual that they are able to consider the educational journey that led them to the GCSE and A level grades that were awarded. Their outstanding GCSE and A level results reflect the hard work and the dedication of the students and staff.
For our Year 13s their excellent grades have enabled them to move on with confidence to their chosen paths at university, onto competitive apprenticeships and into the world of work.
For our Y11s their remarkable results have allowed them to continue their studies at sixth form. We are delighted that the majority have chosen to continue their academic journey with us in our Sixth Form here at Urmston Grammar (We welcome those students who have achieved success elsewhere and have opted to join us for their A level studies).
We are extremely proud of each and every one of our students and would like to congratulate them all on their achievements.
As part of steps taken to fight the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the government announced that it will not publish any school or college level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020.