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16 August 2002

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GCSE RESULTS 2002.
Photos and article by Linda.
 
All round the area, students waited from early on for their GCSE Results. Some were eager, most rather apprehensive. Comments such as “Nerve racking”, “I’m scared”, “Can’t stand this waiting!” intermingled with the “I’m quietly hopeful” and “Let’s celebrate tonight whatever”. Afterwards most students looked suitably relieved and happy, as did the Staff who turned out to support their flocks.
 
It was evident that, although Staff were thrilled for the high achievers, they were equally pleased with the personal successes of individuals whatever the level they had reached, and genuinely sorry for those who didn’t reach their hoped for grades.
Our congratulations to all North Sefton Students and importantly, also to the teachers who must strive so hard to achieve these good results, to reach targets and at the same time provide an all round education for individuals. 
Also congratulations to parents and significant others who provide the necessary support and ‘take the flack’ at this stressful time.  “Well done”, and to those who were less successful, there’s always the future to succeed in!

MEOLS COP High School GCSE Results.

KEY TO SUBJECTS STUDIED:-

Full and short courses are available in some subjects. If a pupil follows a subject at short course level and gains an A*-C pass grade this is accepted as a 0.5 GCSE in terms of statistics.

Two figures appear after each student's name. The first represents the total number of exams taken by the student. The figure in brackets is the number of exams passed at Grade C or above.

Some pupils have also studied a subject to Certificate of Achievement level. This subject is indicated as for GCSE results, the number of subjects taken and the number of subjects 'passed' in brackets.

S. Addison 9(1); S. Adshead 11 (10); T. Anderson 11 (4.5); A. Ballinger 10(6.5); A. Beaumont 11 (11); J. Beck 9(1); M. Bedford 10(-); E. Bisset 10(10); E. Blundell 11.(11); L. Bond 10(6.5); A. Booth 11 (9); N. Bradshaw 9(-); D. Bryan 10(-); C. Buckley 10(3.5); D. Burt 10(10); A. Buxton 8(2.5); ' M. Campbell 10(8); H. Cantwell 10(5.5); C. Cashman 7(-) & CoA 1 (1); N. Chan 8(1); G. Clegg 10(-); L. Clegg 9(-); A. Coakley 11 (10); R. Doyle 10(9.5); D. Emett 2(-); N. Fewtrell 7(-); R. Finegan 8(-) & CoA 1 (1); A. Finlay 10(1); R. Foulkes 9(-); L. Frodsham 9(0.5); C. Green 10(2.5); A. Greenwood 10(3); L. Grundy 10(-); E. Haggerty 10(4); 1. Hall 6(-) & CoA 1 (1); L. Hall 10(-); J. Hardiker 10(5); L. Harley 11 (11); R. Harris 11 (11); E. Hartill 10(1.5); D. Hartley 10(8.5); T. Heathcote 11 (10); C. Hogg 10(10); C. Holdsworth 11(9); A. Hopwood 10(9); D. Howard 10(1.5); D. Hunter 9(-); R. Jackson 10(7.5); H. Johnson 10(0.5); J. Keates 10(8.5); L. Kirk 10(3); L. Koworera 10(-); A. Leighton 11 (10.5); C. Linaker 10(-); A. Long 10(3); R. Lowe 9(-); J. Lucey 10(4); H. McLaren 9(1); R. McQueen 10(3.5); M. Mook 2(-); W. Mulholland 10(4); R. Murley 10(5.5); S. Newsome 2(-); P. Nolan 9(-); V. Nowell 2(-); C. Oakden 10(4.5); P. Osey 10(8); R. Own 10(2); A. Plaistow 9(-); S. Poskitt 10(3.5); K. Prescott 10(5.5); L. Pritchard 9(-); L. Pritchard 10(8), S. Pun 11(8); D. Pye 3(-); H. Rawlings 10(2.5); K. Richards 8(-); L. Richards 11 (11), A. Rigby 11 (11), S. Rimmer 10(3.5); A. Roach 9(1); C. Rodriguez 7(-) & CoA 1 (1); C. Roughley 6(-) & CoA 1 (1); J. Sale 11 (10.5); L. Shields 8(1) & CoA1 (1); G. Simons 10(4); D. Smith 10 (1.5); J. Smith 10 (2.5);  R.  Smith 10(9); S. Smith 10(2.5); T. Stopforth 9(1); R. Sweeney 10(4.5); A. Taylor 10(4.5); G. Taylor 10(-); G. Taylor 11 (4.5); R. Tomkins 10(2.5); D. Tomlin 10(1); L. Tomli nson 10(2); M. Topping 11 (11); J. Twist 10(1); A. Warnock 9(1); M. Whalley 11 (11), R. Whyte 10(3.5); D. Wilson 6(-) & CoA 1 (1); J. Wright 7(-) & CoA 1 (1); L. Wright 10(3).

Birkdale High School GCSE Results.
 
Key:- Name GCSE's Entered/A-C Results;
David Abbott 10/10; Harrison Abbott 9/4; Shyeb Ahmed 7/1; Daniel Almond 10/10; Andrew Ashcroft 10/9; David Aspinall 9/9; Greg Atkinson 9; Colin Bailey 9/5; Matthew Baldwin 10/9; Nicholas Ball 9/6; Robert Barcas 9/6; Martin Barnes 8; Edward Barraclough 4; Jamie Barton 9/7; Paul Barton 10/9; Martin Bevington 6;
Adam Bicknell 9/7; Alexander Birch 9/8; David Bishop 10/10; Joseph Bishop 9/8; David Blundell 10/10; Terry Bonner 9/3; Alex Bouton 9/5; Richard Bowers 9/8; Matthew Bradley 10/10; Micheal Brand 9/5; Matthew Breeze 9/9; Joseph Brooks 9/8; Micheal Brooks 10/10; Adam Brown 9/3; Dean Brown 9/9; Peter Budworth 10/9; Steven Burrows 9/9; Craig Bushell 9/2; Robert Cadwell 7/7; Aaron Carless 9/7; John Carney 9/8;
Thomas Carr 10/10; Thomas Carradice 9/5; Christopher Chu 10/10; James Clegg 10/5; Peter Cragg 9/9; Micheal Crompton 10/10; Nicholas Dempster 9/9; Adam Dorkins 9/9; Andrew Doyle 9/9; Mi8cheal Ellis 10/7; Samuel Evans 9/9;
Antony Farley 8/7; Jack Farrington 10/6; James Fisher 9/8; Paul Fleming 6; Joseph Fletcher 9/8; Duncan Galbraith 9/5; Bernard Garrett 9/8; Andrew Gettel 10/10; Thomas Gibbs 5;
Lee Gilbert 7; Steven Gill 8/1; Lee Goldwater 9/9;
Christopher Gordon 9/8; Micheal green 7; Robert Grimes 10/2; Christopher Harrison 9/8; Christopher Haslam 7/4; Russell Hatton 6; Benjamin Hickson 9/4; Richard Hodge 8; Stuart Honeyman 8/6; Mark Hopgood 10/10; Thomas Howard 8/6; Thomas Hughes 9/3; Mohammed Jabbar 10/6; Stuart Jackson 9/8; James Jankovski 10/10; Peter Johnson 8/2; Christopher Jones 10/9; John Jones 10/10; Adam Kearsley 7;
Christopher King 9/5; Matthew Knibbs 9/6;
Eric Lawrence 8/8; Ross Lawson 10/6; Christopher Ledwidge 8/2; Barry Lloyd 9/5;
Martin Lloyd 9/8; Daniel Makin 8; Christopher Mallet 9/6; Christopher Marsden 8; Sean Marsden 8/2; Jason Marsh 10/10; Paul Maxwell 7/4;
Carl Merryfield 6; Gary Middleton 9/4; Colin Milsom 5/1; Francis Mitchener 9/9; Lewis Mitchener 9/9; Christophe Moeri 10/6; Andrew Molineux 9/9; Kyle Molyneux 10/10; Ian Morrison 9/2; Adrian Mullaney 9/1; Nicholas Mulligan 10/10; Micheal Newton 8/4; Craig O’Connor 7/1;
Christian O’Dea 10/10; Nicholas Owen 9/7;
Graham Pacey 9/9; Matthew Parry 10/10; Matthew Pendrey 9/9; Alexander Penma-Hayes 8/6; Andrew Perks 9/6; Daniel Porter 10/9;
Daniel Porter 9/1; Sean Porter 7; Kevin Povey 9/4; Ross Povey 9/2; Christopher Powell 7/1;
Stuart Powell 10/10; Mark Pownall 10/8;
Carl Radley 7; Benjamin Rea 9/2; Daniel Redmond 9/1; Max Reeve 9/8; Eliot Rigby 9/9; John Rigby 9/4; Kevin Rimmer 8/3; Mark Rimmer 8/8; Adam Robertson 10/4; Andrew Robinson 9/5; John Sexton 2; Robert Shacklady 9/7; Michael Sharrock 8/2; Matthew Sherman 10/7; Andrew Simpson 9/3; Thomas Sixsmith 9/9; Liam Skinsley 8/4; Craig Smith 10/10; Daniel Southern 9/9;
Saul Spencer 9/9; Adam Stephenson 9/6; Mark Stephenson 9/7; Adam Stevenson 9/8; Andrew Stewart 9/7; Richard Stuart 9/2; Michael Swash 9/9; Paul Tasker 9/3; Adam Tsang 7/6; Daniel Walker 10/7; Mark Ward 10/10; Michael Waring 9/1; Steven Watkins 9/9; Alastair Watson 9/7;
Christopher White 8; James Wilcox 7; Philip Wilkinson 5; Jamie Williams 9 8; Kristopher Wood 9/6; Brian Woods 9/9; Ian Wright 9/1; Thomas Wright 9/7; Andrew Yates 9/7 

 

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