Students celebrate GCSE success at The Academy of St Nicholas

Students at The Academy of St Nicholas in Liverpool are celebrating their GCSE results day, ahead of its launch in September.

The south Liverpool academy, formerly ESLA, is launching this September under its new name of The Academy of St Nicholas.

Student successes include Anthony Li, Owen Wilson, Natalia Szumiec and Amber Parr, who racked up 19 A*s and As between them. Two students achieved the coveted Grade 9 in their maths GCSE.

Student Anthony Li achieved a prestigious Grade 9 in his maths GCSE and took his AS maths exam a year early, achieving an A*.

Anthony’s results are even more impressive alongside his five other A*s in biology, physics, chemistry, computer science and RE. Anthony also achieved Distinction* in both ICT and music.

Other success stories at The Academy of St Nicholas include:

  • Owen Wilson (9 in maths, 7 in English, A* in Spanish, A in chemistry, A in physics, A in computer science and Distinction* in ICT)
  • Natalia Szumiec (8 in maths, 6 in English, A* in art, A* in RE, A* in Polish, A in science, A in PE, Distinction in music and Distinction in ICT)
  • Amber Parr (8 in maths, 7 in English, A* in art, A in history, B in science, B in Spanish and Distinction in ICT)

Newly appointed head of school David Lancaster, said: “This is a special GCSE results day for us as it is our first under the Academy of St Nicholas brand. Our students and staff have worked hard so I am thrilled to see all of their work pay off.

“Our motto is ‘inspiring excellence’ and our students today have done just that! On behalf of all the staff I wish all of our class of 2017 the best of luck for the future.”

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