New-Bridge Integrated College is delighted with the continued success in the recent GCSE results.
We congratulate all our students on achieving 100% pass rate at grades A*-G. Once again New-Bridge students’ GCSE grades 5A* – C are above the Northern Ireland average for non- selective schools and our students achievements 5A*-C grades (including English and Maths) remain significantly above the NI average. Our students have worked hard to achieve A*/A grades across the broad range of subjects offered at the college. I would also like to thank the dedicated staff at New-Bridge for their hard work and commitment in helping the pupils to obtain these results. With such a large percentage of pupils achieving 5 or more pass grades we look forward to welcoming many of them back to continue their studies in sixth form where they can avail of an ever increasing range of A Level subjects. We acknowledge the hard work and dedication from the teachers within the Banbridge Area Learning schools who have contributed to the pupils success, through delivering the Collaborative Courses.
As an all-ability school we maintain the ethos that each individual can achieve their full academic potential, and in many cases beyond that expectation. This is again reflected in the GCSE results for this year’s cohort of pupils. At New-Bridge Integrated College, we pride ourselves on the relationship between teachers and pupils; a relationship built on trust, respect and the belief that anything is possible. The majority of our pupils will continue their education at New-Bridge Integrated College in Sixth Form, whilst some have secured places at the Southern Regional College to pursue their studies. I would like to take the opportunity to once again congratulate all our students and wish all of them every success in their future career pathways. We appreciate the ongoing support our parents have shown, in working with the college to create such a strong partnership, which has been key in our recent achievements.
“I am very proud of our young people and extend my gratitude to our hard working and dedicated staff. Congratulations to all our pupils!”
Mrs A Anderson