The Secondary School Virtual Open Evening will be live from Thursday 1st October 2020 @ 6pm.

A live link to the Open Evening on YouTube will be provided on Thursday.

GCSE Results Day

We would like to congratulate all of our students who picked up results today.   Our Year 11s have built on last year's improvement as 65% of students achieved a Level 4 or above in English and 67% achieved a level 4 or above in Maths.   132 grades between 7-9 were awarded and 559 grades between 4-6 were awarded to our students. 
A number of our students have achieved high results; Precious Blackstock achieved Grade 8 in English Language and English Literature, Grade 7 in Geography, Grade 6 in Maths and Biology, Grade 5 in Chemistry, Grade 4 in Physics and RE and is awaiting her BTEC grades.  Students who made the highest progress, adding between two and four grades due to exceptional hard work across all of their subjects, are Arber Koci, Hermela Ghaym, Amelia Gorska, Precious Blackstock, James Fitzgerald, James Lusanta and Max Trinder Jones. In all twenty students across the school made two whole grades across all subjects of additional progress.
This success will be added to shortly by a large number of BTEC grades which means our students will have even more to celebrate.
We look forward to welcoming many of our students back to Sixth Form where they will build on this success.

A Level Results Day 

We would like to congratulate all of our students who picked up results today. They have worked hard and as a whole group achieved strong progress. We are very proud of them.  17% if our students achieved the highest score of A to A*  with 47% achieving A* to B. The average grade for all of our students is C+.

Here are a few of our highlights. Humza Hussain achieved A in Maths, A in Physics and a Distinction for Business and is going to Southampton to study Mathematical Physics. Hakeem Omolabi got A* Maths, A in Physics and B in Chemistry and is going to Southampton to study Aeronautics. Tizzy Russell Cartwright achieved a Distinction in Business and a B in both Philosophy and Sociology and is going to the University of Birmingham to study Philosophy.  George Storey has secured an Atomic Energy Authority level 6 apprenticeship leading to a sponsored degree. These are just a few examples of the next steps Year 13 students from St Gregory's will be taking. 

All of our students who wanted to go to university have been offered places. 

Year 13 Leavers' Service

Year 11 Leavers' Service

Message from Mrs Pallier


The Government has a dedicated helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. 

Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

Phone:  0800 046 8687

Email:   DfE.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk

Opening Hours:  8am to 6pm Monday to Friday

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