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Sep 16

Exam Results Highlights 2022

The examination results this year are very good again. The School are very proud of all our students and of their hard work. Congratulations also to all staff on their hard work, support for learning and attention to detail, and determination in supporting our students to achieve so well.


Congratulations to all our parents/carers on their care, guidance, and support. Staff worked hard to look after students on results days, ensuring that they all had a chance to discuss their next steps if they needed support.


A level

A Level
These students have not had the opportunity to sit a public examination before, due to the pandemic.

There was a pass rate of 98%, and 86% of grades at grade C or above. 67% of grades were at grade B or above and 40% at grade A or above. 25 students achieved 3 or 4 A* grades! As usual, there was a very high take up of higher education places. Every grade achieved and place won is to be celebrated!

As usual, we have lots of students who have been successful in going off to study in prestigious places, and it is nice to be able to celebrate their achievements. There were 13 students who were successful in getting places at Oxford and Cambridge. We also have 10 students going on to study medicine.



The 2022 GCSE results were excellent and above the local and national levels, with 99% receiving at least one GCSE qualification. 84% of GCSE grades were at 4 or above and 37% of grades were at 7 or above. 87% of students achieved 5 or more grades at 4 or above. 43% of students achieved 3 or more grades at 7 or above. A grade 9 is much harder to get than the old A* as grades 7, 8 and 9 cover A and A* grades.




Sep 9

Worship Following the Death of the Queen


The Queen


Please see the following presentation for our Worship.

Link: Worship presentation

Jul 18

Eco Club win Groundbreakers Award

Eco Club and the school council worked collaboratively on a Solar Panel project which involved sending their ideas to the Global Goal Centre's Groundbreakers Project.


We were invited to Bristol Beacon for a ceremony on the 30 June. SMRT won the Impact and Reach Award.


(Awarded to) St Mary Redcliffe and Temple Eco Club for their clear aim of installing solar panels on their school roof and for mobilising the whole school and challenging senior leaders. The award also recognised their use of a song to engage people across and beyond the school.


Our students are Ground Breakers! ?



Hope their dreams will come true.


Mrs Molnar


Jan 7

January Service


Dec 10

Brass Group at Treefest

The SMRT Brass Group was invited to play at St Mary Redcliffe Church’s annual Treefest event, in aid of Changes Bristol, and St Mary Redcliffe Community Projects. Students from Y7 to Y13 entertained visitors with a variety of carols, and audience members commented that the music had really captured the Christmas spirit for them.


Thank you to Ben, Lucien, Manu, Benjamin, Matty, Hamish and Mr Stewart for their musical contribution to this event. You can hear an extract of their playing in the video below. If you are interested in learning a brass instrument, or are an existing brass player who would be interested in joining Brass Ensemble, please contact the Music Office for more details.




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