A Level Results
A Level Results 2023
Greyfriars Catholic School: Post-16 Results 2023
All at Greyfriars Catholic School offer congratulations and best wishes to the 2023 cohort of students receiving A Level and vocational qualifications. This cohort has shown great dedication and commitment in overcoming the challenges they’ve faced during their education. They have also made a highly valued contribution to the wider school community, by consistently demonstrating our Greyfriars values of knowledge, care and ambition and we will continue to be immensely proud of them.
We are pleased that such a high number of students have gained the grades necessary to take up their preferred next steps. This includes a full range of ambitious and exciting university courses, apprenticeships and work placements. We have students going off to do law, engineering, biomedicine, sports, psychology, media and many more courses. Greyfriars students will now spread across the country! Manchester, Warwick, Birmingham, Kings College London, Sussex, Bath and many also staying in Oxford to study at Brookes.
Having been witness to their development into such impressive young adults during their time here, we know that they will flourish and thrive in the studies and careers that they choose to pursue. I personally have enjoyed getting to know them in my time here and know how much they have to offer.
On behalf of the whole Greyfriars community, we extend our very best wishes to these wonderful young people, who all have such exciting futures ahead of them. We also want them to keep in touch. We are excited to hear of their adventures and achievements beyond school.
Ms L Caldwell | Headteacher
Ms K McCabe | Head of 6th Form
A Level Results
A Level progress compared to students across the country
Academic qualifications progress compared to students across the country
Applied general qualifications compared to students across the country
English and maths resits compared to students across the country
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