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St Bede’s gains 1,000 A/A* grades in RE

School is delighted with its results, according to Emma Meakin, head of theology

By on Thursday, 2 September 2010

Emma O’Brien, left,  and Ella Williams of St Bede’s, Manchester, gained A*s in Religion and gained between them a total of twenty A/A*s

Emma O’Brien, left, and Ella Williams of St Bede’s, Manchester, gained A*s in Religion and gained between them a total of twenty A/A*s

At St Bede’s College in south Manchester, which is the biggest Catholic independent school in Britain, the school gained its 1,000th A/A* GCSE in religious studies.

Emma Meakin, head of theology, said: “We are delighted with this year’s results once again which reflect the tremendous amount of hard work that the students and staff have put into preparing for the exam.”