“We are incredibly proud of all our Year 11 GCSE students as they receive their results after an emotional yet memorable end to their final year,” said head of school Deborah Law.

“Our young people have worked hard throughout their educational journey from primary school to secondary school and as a community we share in their celebrations today.”

Executive headteacher Michael Burns added: “The team at Nicholas Postgate Catholic Academy Trust will work to support our students as they now embark on their next steps into college, further education or employment.

“We will ensure the appropriate guidance is given to each student and wish them every success for their future.”


Logan Boylen achieved an impressive three grade 9s in his triple science and four grade 8s.

“I would like to thank all my teachers and everyone I knew at St Patrick’s College,” said Logan.

“I now look forward to taking the next steps in my educational journey, which is to study A-level science and further science at university. I would also like to say to fellow students: always do your best and you will be successful.”


Former St Patrick’s Primary School pupil Kane Hunter is elated after achieving a grade 9 in History, two grade 8s and two grade 7s.

“I just want to thank all my teachers for encouraging me to do my best, even when I didn’t want to,” said Kane. “I look forward to using my GCSE success to help me achieve my goal of studying Psychology at university.”



Former Christ the King Primary School pupil Heidi Parry is overjoyed after achieving a grade 9 in RE and three grade 8s, in English, Geography and Science.

“I’m delighted with my results and have loved my educational journey at St Patrick’s,” said Heidi. “I am so excited about my future, with these great results, and look forward to studying A-levels and going to university to study Accountancy.”



Former Christ the King Primary School pupil Hazel Newton achieved a grade 9 in RE as well as five grade 8s and four grade 7s.

“I really enjoyed my time at St Patrick’s and want to thank my teachers for all their support, praise and encouragement,” said Hazel. “I am so happy with my results and look forward to studying Veterinary Medicine at university.”



Kayley Walton, a former student of St Patrick’s Primary School, gained passes in all her subjects and is especially pleased to have achieved a grade 8, three grade 7s and four grade 5s.

Kayley said: “The only words I can use to describe my success are I’m over the moon!”




Ben Gowland is delighted at achieving his one grade 8, three grade 7s and two grade 6s.

“I’m absolutely over the moon with my results,” said Ben. “I am so proud of being a St Patrick’s student and can’t thank the teachers enough for their care and support. “I now look forward to my new job working for the NHS as an apprentice engineer at North Tees Hospital. It’s a four-year course that starts in September with the option of a Masters at the end.”