Students at Ernulf Academy worked hard for GCSE results

Students at Ernulf Academy in St Neots celebrate results. 

Students at Ernulf Academy in St Neots celebrate results. - Credit: Kate Keating

Students at Astrea Academy Trust school Ernulf Academy in St Neots are celebrating their long-awaited results, in a year in which schools were closed and exams cancelled.  

Despite this, students have shown great courage and commitment to succeed – and can now take their next exciting steps with pride. 

Results this year have been determined by teachers, following a rigorous process designed to ensure students have the grades they merit and are able to move on to their next stage of study, training or work.  

Avin Bissoo, Principal of Ernulf Academy, part of Astrea Academy Trust, said: “Congratulations to our class of 2021 – a truly special year group who have worked exceptionally hard to achieve their results.  

“A huge thank you to all the staff, parents and carers for their continued support to our school community.


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“Throughout an incredibly challenging time the year group have consistently demonstrated determination and resolve - we wish them every success in the future.” 

Within Ernulf Academy, Rosa Lomas achieved 10 strong GCSE grades including a grade 9 in Geography and a grade 8 in English Language French and Mathematics. She will go on to Comberton Village College to study A levels. 

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Kirusana Vijayaraj was one of the most improved students from Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 4. Kirusana achieved eight strong GCSE grades including a Level 2 Distinction in BTEC Information Technology. She will go on to study at Longsands Academy 

Jake Thompson achieved 10 strong GCSE grades, most notably three grade 9s in French, Physics and Mathematics. Jake will go on to study at Longsands Academy. 

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