St Francis Xavier’s College (SFX) are delighted with how its Year 11 and Year 13 students have performed in their GCSEs and Post 16 qualifications this year, after what has been an incredibly turbulent and unsettling time for them.
Headteacher David Hayes said: “The pupils have achieved beyond teachers’ expectations, despite the dramatic impact of COVID-19. The very positive results also reflect the hard work of all the teachers and staff over the last two years, very often going above and beyond and giving of themselves to ensure our students were supported as best they could be.
“All students have been truly inspirational in terms of their hard work and resilience and this set of results will most certainly give them the springboard to go on to many positive opportunities in the future and embrace our motto to “live life to the full”.”
Saint Francis Xavier’s College will be holding their open evening on Thursday 22 September, 5pm-8pm. There will be presentations and tours of the school throughout the evening, where prospective students and parents will be able to hear about the wide-ranging improvements achieved recently, alongside its strong pastoral care, expansive curriculum and continued aspirations for the future.