December 19 2012 | Views: 1880
Kent and Medway
“The support and input STEM has had with St John Fisher Catholic School students has been invaluable.”
St. John Fisher Catholic Comprehensive School experienced excellent results in national examinations and wanted to celebrate the student’s achievements, hard work and commitment with a prize giving evening. Kent and Medway STEM sponsored a plaque for the Best Scientist Award for the event on the 19th December and STEM Ambassador Brian Dury presented the award.
"Our prize giving ceremony was an opportunity to present our students with GCSE and GCE certificates. It was also a celebration of students who have demonstrated commitment, hard work, dedication, and outstanding achievements in additional areas. The support and input STEM has had with St John Fisher Catholic School and our students have been invaluable. We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you. It was a truly aspirational evening; the school is going from strength to strength."
Gareth McCullough, Head of 6th Form & Samantha McRae, Examination and Data Manager from St John Fisher Catholic Comprehensive School.
Congratulations to all the students at St John Fisher School on their excellent exam results.