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News Archive August 2022

Free Parent and Carer Back to School Workshop

Posted on 16th August 2022

ST. MARY’S STUDENTS MAKE THE GRADE

Posted on 19th August 2022

A Level students in St. Mary’s Grammar School, Magherafelt had reason to celebrate after the publication of this year’s examination results. 

Following his recent appointment, the new Principal of St. Mary’s, Mr Paul McClean, reported that 98% of students were awarded 3 or more A* - C grades while 99.3% of all entries resulted in A* - C grades. 

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Mega Careers Information Session

Posted on 23rd August 2022

ST. MARY’S STUDENTS EXCEL IN GCSE EXAMINATIONS

Posted on 26th August 2022

The new Principal of St. Mary’s Grammar School, Magherafelt has praised the achievement of its pupils in the 2022 GCSE examinations. Mr Paul McClean reported that 99.4% of pupils achieved A* - C grades in at least 7 subjects, including English and Mathematics.  Notably, 71.7% of all grades awarded were A* - A and 99.7% of all grades were A* - C.

Applauding the pupils’ success, Mr McClean commented: “The grades achieved by St. Mary’s pupils are simply outstanding and are testament to their focused efforts in preparing for controlled assessment tasks and examinations in a variety of subjects.  I commend the pupils for their application to study and their determination to succeed, which is so clearly evident in the impressive grade profiles that so many of them now possess.  Such strong academic portfolios provide the passport for these young people to pursue their chosen A Level pathway and continue on their journey towards third level education and the realisation of future career aspirations.  St. Mary’s offers such breadth in terms of the range of courses available to students and ensures that young people, and their parents and carers, have access to sound careers information, advice and guidance to assist them in selecting the most suitable programme of study to ensure their continued success at Post-16 and beyond.  

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