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Video: After countless sleepless nights Northern Ireland GCSE pupils celebrate success

By Mark Edwards and Ben Tucker ·

Video: Students react to GCSE results across Belfast

Students across Northern Ireland have expressed their relief after receiving their GCSE grades.

It has been another good year for Northern Ireland pupils who have once again outperformed their counterparts in England and Wales.

While there has been an increase in the attainment gap between girls and boys, the pupils at all boys school, the Royal Belfast Academical Institution performed extremely well.

Patrick Stafford got nine A* grades and two A grades and hopes to study history, politics and chemistry at A Level with the aim of studying history at university.

He said: "I am over the moon, I wasn't expecting that, but I am really pleased with how I did and that all the hard work has paid off."

Thomas Hall said he had many sleepless nights worrying about his grades, he need not have worried, he got five A* grades, four A grades, a B and a C.

He said: "I was worried today and yesterday but over all it was a very good result. I am definitely coming back here next year and I am going to do geography, economics, politics. Which was my plan."

Thomas hopes to follow in his mother's foot steps and study at Edinburgh University after completing his A Levels.

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Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Thursday 23 August 2018 Ballyclare High School GCSE Results Day Ellen Farquhar 7A* 4A, Ross Blackbourne 8A* 2A and Emily Skillen 8A* 3A

Lois McNally, from Dominican College in Fortwilliam was pleasantly surprised with how she did.

"I got five A* grades, five A grades and a B. I am really pleased with what I got. Some of them were really surprising," she said.

"My further maths, I was not expecting to a A* because it seemed really hard when I finished it. So much relief, I could not sleep last night but I will definitely be able to sleep tonight."

Lois will go on to study biology, chemistry, physics and French at A Level. 

Rebecca Callaghan got eight A* grades, an A and a B. She told the Belfast Telegraph she hopes to train to be a pilot when she leaves school.

Pupils at Belfast Model School for Girls also attained good results.

Hollie English said: "I had hardly any sleep, tossing and turning all last night anticipating what I was going to get.

"I got two A* grades, three A grades and three B grades and I am ecstatic."

Chantelle Louise Wishart said: "I got one A*, two A grades and four B grades. My sociology and ICT really surprised me. I was just expecting to pass but I got my A* in sociology and my A in ICT.

"I don't know what A Levels to pick but I really want to advance on to university, so hopefully I pick good A Levels."

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Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Thursday 23 August 2018 Ballyclare High School GCSE Results Day Ellen Farquhar 7A* 4A, Ross Blackbourne 8A* 2A and Emily Skillen 8A* 3A
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Pacemaker Press 23/8/2018 Lois McNally, Agata Roter, Ciara McStravick and Rebecca Callaghan at Dominican College in Belfast as thousands of Pupils receive their GSCE results on Thursday. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
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Pacemaker Press 23/8/2018 From L-R Martyna Zaborowska , Chantelle Wishart and Hollie Ferguson receive their results at Girls Model in Belfast in Belfast as thousands of Pupils receive their GSCE results on Thursday. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
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Pacemaker Press 23/8/2018 Hollie English at Girls Model in Belfast in Belfast as thousands of Pupils receive their GSCE results on Thursday. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
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Pacemaker Press 23/8/2018 From L-R Martyna Zaborowska , Chantelle Wishart and Hollie Ferguson receive their results at Girls Model in Belfast in Belfast as thousands of Pupils receive their GSCE results on Thursday. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
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Pacemaker Press 23/8/2018 Hollie English at Girls Model in Belfast in Belfast as thousands of Pupils receive their GSCE results on Thursday. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
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Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Thursday 23 August 2018 Ballyclare High School GCSE Results Day Andrew McFtridge 2A* 3A 4B C
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Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Thursday 23 August 2018 Ballyclare High School GCSE Results Day Matthew Hamilton A* 3A 2B 2C, and Stefan Ross 3A* 4A 3B.
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Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Thursday 23 August 2018 Ballyclare High School GCSE Results Day Adam Barron 4A 6B, Jack Gamble A* 4A 5B and Harry Buckley 3A 5B 2C
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Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Thursday 23 August 2018 Ballyclare High School GCSE Results Day Top Girls Erin McWilliam and Zoe Black both topped the scores in Ballyclare with 10A* and A. Pictured with Principal Dr Michelle Rainey
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Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Thursday 23 August 2018 Ballyclare High School GCSE Results Day Hannah Thompson A* A 4B 3C, Rachel Currie 2A* 5A 2B, Katie O'Neill 2A* 4A 3B and Ellen Farquhar 7A* 4A
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Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Thursday 23 August 2018 Ballyclare High School GCSE Results Day Top Girls Zoe Black and Erin McWilliam both topped the scores in Ballyclare with 10A* and A.
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils getting GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils getting GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils and parents waiting for the GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils getting GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Robyn, Archie and Amanda Johnston. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Julie, Oliver and Conrad Smyth. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Calum McKay and Henry Auchmuty. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils getting GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Donna and Jamie Cowden. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Heather Carson and Jack Craig. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils getting GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Lewis Wilson Jack Bennett and Josh Law. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils getting GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Bikesh McNeill and Tyler McAdam. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils getting GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils getting GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils getting GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Josh and Joanne McVeigh. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Pupils getting GCSE results at Campbell College. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s . STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s . STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; (L-R) Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A, Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, principal Robert Robinson MBE, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s and chats with principal Robert Robinson MBE. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Ross Taylor, who celebrated 11 A*'s, chats with principal Robert Robinson MBE. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Henry Auchmuty takes a selfie with some fellow pupils who got GCSE results. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Patrick Mc Kane, Henry Auchmuty, Archie Johnston, Ben McGarry, Harry Dunlop, Oliver Smyth and Thomas Kane. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Principal of Campbell College Robert Robinson MBE takes a selfie with some of the pupils who got GCSE results. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Pupils at Campbell College celebrate their results.
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Press Eye - Campbell College GCSE Results - 23rd August 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Principal of Campbell College Robert Robinson MBE with some of the pupils who got GCSE results. STEM AND THE ARTS CONTINUE TO DELIVER 144 pupils opened their GCSE results at Campbell College today to reveal a continued strength for STEM subjects with 100% of pupils achieving A*-B grade in Further Mathematics and 92% gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics. Physics delivered 89% A*-C grades, whilst Biology and Chemistry showed 85% and 87% A* - C grades respectively. As with A Level, diversity was again apparent with arts and languages delivering strong performances. Art and Drama pupils delivered 100% A*-C grades, whilst English, Spanish and German pupils achieved 93%, 92% and 88% A*-C grades, respectively. Music and History achieved 88% and 86% A*-C. Congratulations to a number of individuals for their strong performance. Four pupils achieved a clean sheet of A*/A grades; Ross Taylor celebrated 11 A*'s, Joe Curran gained 10A*'s and 1 A, Henry Auchmuty gained 9 A*'s and 1 A and Edward Johnston received 8*A*'s and 3 A's. Commenting on the achievement Headmaster, Mr Robert Robsinon, MBE, stated, ' I am delighted to see Mathematics and Science delivering strong results and it is important to note the strength in our languages and arts. The breadth of performance demonstrates the value of an all boys educational environment - where boys are encouraged across a wide range of subjects. Congratulations to all our pupils, staff and indeed the parents for all their hard work.'
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Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Thursday 23 August 2018 Ballyclare High School GCSE Results Day Top Girls Erin McWilliam and Zoe Black both topped the scores in Ballyclare with 10A* and A.
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LIsneal College pupil Thomas Calhoun who is celebrating after receiving an A, Four B's, Three C's and One D grade in his GCSEs and Jessica Kelly aged 16, who achieved 2 A grades, 2 B grades and 3 C's in her GCSE's. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 23.08.18
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Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Thursday 23 August 2018 Ballyclare High School GCSE Results Day Top Girls Zoe Black and Erin McWilliam both topped the scores in Ballyclare with 10A* and A.
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About 30,000 students in Northern Ireland received their GCSE exam results on Thursday. Pupils pictured after receiving their GCSE results at Grosveror Grammar school in Belfast. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
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PACEMAKER BELFAST 23/08/2018: GCSE results improve in Northern Ireland again. About 30,000 students in Northern Ireland received their GCSE exam results on Thursday. Pupils pictured after receiving their GCSE results at Grosveror Grammar school in Belfast. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
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PACEMAKER BELFAST 23/08/2018: GCSE results improve in Northern Ireland again. About 30,000 students in Northern Ireland received their GCSE exam results on Thursday. Olivia Davidson,Ben Simpson, and Eve Hughs pictured after receiving their GCSE results at Grosveror Grammar school in Belfast. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
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PACEMAKER BELFAST 23/08/2018: GCSE results improve in Northern Ireland again. About 30,000 students in Northern Ireland received their GCSE exam results on Thursday. Alexandra Carton,Matthew Vincent Annie Neill and Chloe Johnston pictured after receiving their GCSE results at Grosveror Grammar school in Belfast. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press
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PACEMAKER BELFAST 23/08/2018: GCSE results improve in Northern Ireland again. About 30,000 students in Northern Ireland received their GCSE exam results on Thursday. Abigail Magill,Joanna Hayward and Lily Rooney pictured after receiving their GCSE results at Grosveror Grammar school in Belfast. Picture By: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press