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Havering results: Sacred Heart of Mary Girls’ School in Upminster is ‘thrilled and delighted’ with A-level results

PUBLISHED: 09:19 17 August 2017 | UPDATED: 09:19 17 August 2017

Sacred Heart head girl Shona Galt, with her mum, left, and sister Megan, right. She got four A*s in English, Italian, French & general studies and is going to Oxford.

Sacred Heart head girl Shona Galt, with her mum, left, and sister Megan, right. She got four A*s in English, Italian, French & general studies and is going to Oxford.

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Headteacher Kim O’Neill said she was “so proud” of her students after more than a quarter achieved A and A* A-level grades.

Sacred Heart students celebrate receiving their A-level results. Emily Pye got three A*s in English, Italian RE and an A in music. Sacred Heart students celebrate receiving their A-level results. Emily Pye got three A*s in English, Italian RE and an A in music.

More than half of the pupils at Sacred Heart of Mary Girls’ School, St Mary’s Lane, in Upminster, got A* to B results, and 80 per cent were awarded A* to C.

Ms O’Neill told the Recorder the achievement “was fantastic”.

“We are absolutely thrilled and delighted. The girls have worked so hard,” she said.

“It’s a testament to the hard work of staff who consistently go the extra mile for the girls. We are so proud.”

The school was particularly proud of head girl Shona Galt who achieved four A*s in English, Italian, French and general studies.

Shona has been accepted to study at the University of Oxford.

A reminder to head to our dedicated A-level site by clicking here.

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