Top GCSE success recognised

Three students from St Paul’s High School who achieved top grades in Northern Ireland had their achievements recognised at a special ceremony in the Bessbrook school recently.

Chair of Governors, Mr John Campbell, presented tokens to Niall Campbell, Jessica Smyth and Ciara Savage, and to their respective teachers.

Niall Campbell achieved second place in Northern Ireland in GCSE Irish, while completing the exam as a second year pupil, while Ciara Savage achieved third place in Northern Ireland in GCSE Irish.  Jessica Smith achieved third place in Northern Ireland in GCSE Home Economics: Child Development.

Mr Campbell paid tribute to the students’ achievements, and congratulated them and their teachers on their hard work and dedication.  Mr Campbell congratulated Jessica’s Child Development teacher, Mrs Brenda Fegan, Niall’s teacher, Miss Ciara McCoy, and Ciara’s teacher, Mr Jarlath Burns.

Mr Campbell wished the students well in their future studies and encouraged them to continue to aim for the highest grades in all their subjects.  Thanking the students’ parents for their continued support, Mr Campbell acknowledged their significant role in the students’ success.

IMG_9939Year 12 student, Jessica Smith, who achieved third place in Northern Ireland in GCSE Home Economics: Child Development, pictured with her mum Mrs Sabrina Smith, and teacher Mrs Brenda Fegan.

IMG_9951Year 9 student Niall Campbell who achieved second place in Northern Ireland in GCSE Irish, pictured with Mr John Campbell, Chair of Governors, his mum Mrs Gráinne Campbell, and Miss Ciara McCoy, Niall’s teacher and Head of Irish at St Paul’s.

IMG_9953Year 12 student, Ciara Savage who achieved third place in Northern Ireland in GCSE Irish, pictured with her proud parents Mr Henry and Mrs Jennifer Savage, Mr John Campbell, Chair of Governors and teacher, Mr Jarlath Burns.

3 comments

Maith sibh!! Fantastic achievements 😀

by Anita Dennison on 03/02/2014 at 1:04 pm #

Some achievement! I was delighted to meet everyone on the day.

by John Campbell on 03/02/2014 at 7:59 pm #

Well done everyone. Congratulations on your achievements.

by Paddy McAvoy on 06/02/2014 at 9:23 pm #

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