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Fifth year students at the Abbey Christian Brothers’ Grammar School, Newry are celebrating after receiving their GCSE results yesterday, 12 August.

The Principal Mr Sean Sloan, along with Ms O’Hare and Mr Mc Keever congratulate our top achieves, Ronan Burns and Aodh MacMurchaidh who obtained an outstanding 11 and 12 A* at GCSE!
The Principal Mr Sean Sloan, along with Ms O’Hare and Mr Mc Keever congratulate Abbey CBGS top achieves, Ronan Burns and Aodh MacMurchaidh who obtained an outstanding 11 and 12 A* at GCSE!

A delighted Headmaster, Mr Sean Sloan, congratulated all the students who received their GCSE results after five year’s hard work in the Abbey.

100% of the year group succeeded in gaining seven or more passes at GCSE, with 98% achieving passes in 9 or more subjects. and an incredible 49 students achieved 9A*/A grades or above, with two students achieving an incredible 11 and 12A*!

The Principal Mr Sean Sloan along with Year Tutor Mr Padraig Mc Keever and Head of School, Ms O Hare, celebrate with students from the Abbey who achieved at least 9 or more A*/A grades in their GCSE examinations.
The Principal Mr Sean Sloan along with Year Tutor Mr Padraig Mc Keever and Head of School, Ms O Hare, celebrate with students from the Abbey who achieved at least 9 or more A*/A grades in their GCSE examinations.

The Principal paid tribute to his hard working staff, both teaching and support staff and thanked them for all their efforts and dedication to the welfare of their students. He also acknowledged the strong school-parental links that helped the boys to achieve their best in these very challenging times.

The Principal Mr Sean Sloan along with Year Tutor Mr Padraig Mc Keever and Head of School, Ms O Hare, celebrate with students from the Abbey who achieved at least 9 or more A*/A grades in their GCSE examinations.
Students from the Abbey who achieved at least 9 or more A*/A grades in their GCSE examinations. Included is Principal Mr Sean Sloan,  Year Tutor Mr Padraig Mc Keever and Head of School, Ms O Hare.

Students that achieved at least 9 or more A*/A grades in their GCSE examinations included: Ronan Burns, Sean Burns, Niall Gallagher, Ronan Carragher, Michael Hearty, Patrick Larkin, Patrick Mackin, Luke McKeveney, Eoin Murtagh, Harry O’Hare, David Ruddy, Peter Sands, Sean Taheny, Ciaran Tiernan, Eoin Tohill, Shareth Vadiyala, Odhran Bradley, Adam Bull, Eoin Cassidy, Cormac Cassidy, Thomas Colhoun, Aodhan Donnelly, Pearce Hanratty, Lorcan Keane, David Kehoe, Aodh MacMurchaidh, Matthew McAleavey, Cathal McEvoy, Harry McGreevy, Setanta McPolin, Ethan Quigley, Paul Trimby, Tiernan Brecknell, Eamonn Donnelly, Francis Duffy, Aaron Foy, Gio Fallone, Desmond Gallagher, Odhran Graham, Pierce Harris, Tiernan Hurley, Christopher Kearney, Mark McArdle, Thomas McCrink, Philip McGovern, Miah Luman, Caolan O’Hare, Jamie Powell and Ethan Saunders.

 Assembly Member Justin McNulty congratulated local students who have received their exam results.

The Newry & Armagh MLA has said, ‘I want to offer my congratulations to all students who have received exam results this week. Waiting on results can be an incredibly stressful experience, particularly in recent times because of the huge changes in the way exams have been conducted and education has been delivered’

‘For students who have got the results they wanted and are now progressing to the next step in their educational journey, I wish them every success. Equally, I think it is important for young people to remember that exam results do not define you, so what may seem like a major setback right now might actually lead you onto a big opportunity on down the line.

‘However your results turned out – stay positive and keep moving forward.’

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