Ysgol Aberconwy's Virtual Learning EnvironmentLike Ysgol Aberconwy on FacebookFollow Ysgol Aberconwy on Twitter      
 
GCSE Results

We are very proud of all the hard work that our pupils have put into their GCSE studies, and their maturity, resilience and perseverance in the light of an unprecedented and unexpected year.  
 

We are delighted with their achievements and wish them all the best in their future pathways: in 6th form, college, apprenticeships or work.  We know that their experiences at our schools over the years have helped prepare them for the challenges and successes that lie ahead of them.   

 In particular this year, we recognise the achievements of Isaac Dean (12 A*, 1 A), Erin Hughes (11 A*, and 2 A), Niamh Bartlett (6 A*, 4 A, 3 B), Morien Brasington-Martinez (5 A*, 8 A, 1 B), Rowan Gardener (6 A*, 3 A, 4 B), Eleanor McNab (10 A*, 2 A), Lucy Birtwistle (4 A*, 6 A, 3 B), Ryan Williams (4 A*, 4 A, 5 B), Luke Jensen (6 A*, 1 A, 4 B), Edward Griffiths (8 A*, 3 A, 1 B), Ethan Arkell (2 A*, 5 A, 4 B), Emily Phipps (7 A*, 4 A, 1 B) and Gabriel Barnett (6 A*, 3 A, 1 B). 

We are pleased that decisions have been made prior to today’s release of GCSE results to focus on the centre assessed grade, avoiding some of the frustration and lack of clarity that ensued with last week’s A Level and AS results.  This places the focus firmly back on the success of the class of 2020 and supporting them in their next steps. 

We would also like to recognise the hard work of our staff in preparing all our pupils and ensuring that this year’s very different assessment processes were met.  We thank our parents, communities and governors for their support in ensuring the achievements and success of all our pupils.  

Well done, year 11, and all the best for your future successes! 

 

 

A Level Results 

 
At Ysgol Aberconwy, along with the other Conwy Secondary Headteachers we recognise the collective endeavours of all our year 13 pupils this year.  We are very proud of all the hard work that our pupils have put into their A Level work and of their maturity, resilience and perseverance in the light of an unprecedented final year of education in our schools in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.   

We are delighted with their achievements and wish them all the best in their future pathways: university, further education, apprenticeships or work.  We know that their experiences at our schools over the years have helped prepare them for the challenges and successes that lie ahead of them.   

Our students will continue along these pathways in a variety of ways.  For example, April Ehlke-West (A, B, A) will study Korean Studies at the University of Central Lancashire, Alice Dyson (A*, A, A, C) Psychology at Bangor, Morgan Thomas (A*, A, B, C) Meteorology and Climate (including a year in Oklahoma) at the University of Reading, Jack Jones (A*, A*, A, A) Mechanical Engineering at Lancaster University, Aimee Metters (A*, A, A, B) Physics at Lancaster University, Ben Payne (A*, A*, B, B) Music at the University of Liverpool, Catrin Watson-Jones (A*, A, A) Veterinary Scienceat the University of Liverpool and Charlotte Lewis (A, A, B) Medicine at University of Liverpool. 

We would also like to recognise the hard work of our staff in preparing all our pupils and ensuring that this year’s very different assessment processes were met.  We thank our parents, communities and governors for their support in ensuring the achievements and success of all our pupils.  

Well done, year 13, and all the best for your future successes!