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A-level STEM success for Model pupils
Belfast Model School for Girls A-level results

A-level STEM success for Model pupils

The Belfast Model School for Girls is celebrating A-level results released on Thursday 17 August 2017. It was another hugely successful year for its students, with continued improvement at A-Level.

The percentage of students achieving 3 A*-C A-Levels has increased again, with over 70% of grades awarded at grade A*-C.

The school is particularly proud of the progress they are making in the science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects; 85% of students got A*-C in ICT and 80% got A*-C in applied science.

Principal Mr Wright said

“Congratulations to all students.  The Board of Governors and I are delighted at our students’ achievements. 

“The recent year on year increases we are achieving at the school reaffirms the school’s commitment to our motto ‘Achievement for All’. 

“Our sixth form students really are an inspiration to younger students in the school who should believe that anything is possible if they are willing to work hard and put maximum effort into their studies.

“Both our teaching and non-teaching staff have worked incredibly hard to ensure students succeed and it goes without saying that we are very grateful for the continued support of our parents. “

Girls model a-level collage
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