12 August 2021
The GCSE results achieved by the pupils at St Augustine’s Priory, Ealing Catholic independent school for girls, demonstrate how hard work and perseverance pays off. Girls have worked alongside teachers in this ‘new normal’ year and have shown how, even with lockdowns, great GCSE results were accomplished.
Despite all the interruptions and uncertainties of the past year the Year 11 students have shown focus and commitment in their studies and rose to the challenges that this year threw at them with great courage.
This set of results shows that they are ready for anything the future might throw at them!
St Augustine’s Priory conducted uninterrupted teaching through on-site classes and, during lockdowns, delivered an excellent remote teaching and learning programme. Education continued uninterrupted throughout the year so that girls could achieve their maximum potential.
The school is delighted with this year’s GCSE results and are proud of the achievements of all of its students.
Mrs Raffray, Headteacher of St Augustine’s Priory, commented, ‘We are as delighted with those whose grades range across the spectrum as we are with those who nailed the top grades across the board. I hope they and their parents enjoy this day, celebrating and noting all that they have done and are.’