Among those celebrating their A-Level results are Maria Dumitru who gained two A* and an A, Grace Scullin and Jessica Taylor both achieving 2 grade A’s and a Distinction* each. Grace Barlow achieved three Distinction* grades in her vocational studies.

Students are going on to a number of higher education, training and employment opportunities with students securing places at some of the UK’s leading universities. This includes The University of Liverpool, The University of Manchester and Bangor University and degree apprenticeships in quantity surveying and the Police.

Mr Gidman, says: “We are delighted that so many St John Bosco sixth formers have achieved so highly.”

“The A-Level results, are testament to the student’s dedication and hard working attitude, the high quality of teaching here and the outstanding individual support we offer students to reach their true potential. They have come through some of the most difficult years and have flourished”

“Congratulations to the class of 2022!”



Students are celebrating another excellent set of GCSE results. Mr Darren Gidman said “Our students should be very proud of their achievements this year. They have worked with determination and have shown huge resilience in their studies. I am incredibly proud of everyone involved. Students and staff have worked tirelessly to achieve these results. We now wish all of our students every success in their future studies and careers.”

Amongst several standout performances in the year group were Anna Hindley, who achieved eight grade 9s and a Distinction in her RSL qualification. Anna achieved the highest possible outcome in all of the qualifications she sat. She will now go to Cronton College to pursue her A Levels. Similarly, Freya Marnell achieved five grade 9, two grade 8, a grade 7 and a Distinction star and will be returning to St John Bosco Arts College to study A Levels in Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

This year we are also very proud that a number of our students have secured NHS apprenticeships. Those who applied went through a highly competitive process against other young people across Merseyside and did extremely well to secure their posts. Amongst those successful are Holly Dean, Katjitjaru Hengari, Ellie Jones, Ellie Tedford and Francesca Kelly. We wish all of them good luck at the beginning of their new careers.


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