GCSE Press Release 2021 

Another Successful Year for Students at All Hallows


In what has been another very challenging year for us all, we are delighted to report that the Class of 2021 at All Hallows Catholic College have achieved an outstanding set of GCSE results. The atmosphere in College today, as the young people received their grades, was one of real joy and celebration. As with A-Levels, we are not publishing headline measures this year, but rather focusing on individual successes and achievements.

Principal, Mr Tim Beesley, said, ‘I am delighted with these results, and am very proud of what our students have accomplished. They have worked incredibly hard and have deserved to achieve so well. I would like to thank their parents and carers for all the support that they have given the College over the last five years. We also recognise the commitment and dedication of our staff, who have done so much to help prepare the young people for the next stage of their lives. We look forward to continuing to work with the vast majority of them as they join us in the Sixth Form.’

Head of Year, Jon Mercer, said ‘We are really pleased with how well our students have done, and it has been a pleasure to work with them and support them over the last five years.’

Chair of Governors, Clair Watson, said, ‘We are very proud and grateful for the hard work of students and staff, which have led to these wonderful results. Thank you to everyone for their dedication and devotion to the academic success and welfare of our young people’.


Some of the highest attaining students this year include Izzy Arch, Emma Edwards, Jennifer Glynn, Sam Brereton, Joseph Reynolds, Sophie Watson, Katie Sheader, Daniel Tidsey, Thomas Okill, Tilly Le Moignan, Jasper Plomaritis, Jonathan Kelsall, Eve Woodburn, Amelie Chadwick and Lidia Toon. Congratulations to them all, and to all our students, especially those who have made such excellent progress during their time at All Hallows.

Notes to the Editor:


All Hallows Catholic College in Macclesfield is an all ability 11-18 voluntary academy of 1,200 students drawn from a wide geographical area. It is part of a multi-academy trust with partner primary schools in Macclesfield, Bollington, Congleton, Wilmslow and Poynton. Students are also drawn from a wide geographical area, including parts of Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Stockport. For more information see http://allhallows.org.uk/about-us/welcome/