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Students were a real credit to themselves as they lined up at 11am this morning for a 2-minute silence, to remember those who have lost their lives during war & conflict. At this time we also remember those who are bravely still fighting conflicts around the world.

Year 7 students today delivered and planted 100 poppies that students had made at Stanton Manor Care Home.

As a Trust, we wish to express our sadness following the death of HRH, Queen Elizabeth II.

Staff in schools across the Trust will be discussing the events with our pupils and ensuring that they are supported in the coming days and weeks.

The Queen was a person of great faith and we are thankful for the exemplary way in which she devoted herself to a life of service. We pay tribute to her tremendous dedication and commitment and recognise the integrity which permeated her reign, along with her deep sense of duty.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Royal Family, and the nation, at this sad and difficult time.

CEO Kevin Gritton

Blessed Robert Sutton Catholic Voluntary Academy is celebrating its best ever GCSE examination results.

Laura O’Leary, Headteacher, said: “We are delighted with this outstanding set of results from our Year 11 cohort, it has broken all our previous records including our Centre Reported Grades from the last two years.

“We are extremely proud of our pupils whose results reflect their hard work and commitment. They are the first cohort to have taken GCSE examinations after the pandemic and they have missed substantial periods of schooling whilst getting to grips with online learning. For them to come out with such impressive results today is not just cause for celebration in its own right, but a real testament to the resilience, intelligence and immense positivity of this cohort of fine young people. It also speaks volumes for the skill and deep commitment of their teachers, who have looked after them so caringly, and kept them learning so purposefully, through the ups and downs of that time. I am enormously grateful to every member of staff for their dedication and encouragement. I know our pupils will join me in thanking their teachers and, of course, their parents.

“These outstanding results are testimony to the hard work and dedication of every single one of our students and we are immensely proud of their exceptional achievements. All teachers and staff at Blessed Robert Sutton Catholic Voluntary Academy wish them every success and look forward to hearing about their continuing journey.”

Fantastic creative skills shown by our Year 7 students today during their reimagine day!

Great support for CAFOD Walk for Hunger and the Ukraine Appeal on Friday 11th March – £1059.61 raised.

Well done everyone!

Happy 2nd Birthday Hugo!