The school are delighted that the class of 2020 have not only achieved fantastic GCSE results but have handled themselves immaculately in the months since lockdown started at the end of a March. We hoped you enjoyed coming into school to pick up your results, we absolutely loved seeing you, the smiles on your faces and to feel the pride we have for you because you are all outstanding young adults who have contributed massively to the school and will make the world a better place in whatever careers you choose. Class of 2020 we salute you!


We will be adding your thoughts to this page and  tweeting them throughout today and tomorrow, so please keep looking at the school twitter account @SEACHS1961. On behalf of the whole school community we wish you every success in the future and hope to see you soon. Remember - ‘you never really leave St Edmund Arrowsmith, you always carry us with you in your hearts!’.


Mr Dumican

I was so nervous leading up to results day as it has been so confusing about the grades and how we would be marked. The teachers at Eddies have been so helpful and amazing I will miss all of them.


 In college I will be studying Biology, chemistry however not certain on my 3rd choice yet. John Rigby have been so helpful answering my questions as I have already changed courses to do the A levels instead of a BTEC. After getting my results today I am so happy and proud of them and I wouldn’t of done it without the amazing support of everyone in school. 


Thankyou so much. And I will make sure I visit soon.


- Aimee S 11A

Leading up to results day, I was extremely nervous as there was such an uncertainty surrounding our grades, however I know that our teachers will give us fair grades that we deserve. I am excited for the next chapter of my life as I will be a Musical Theatre student at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA). I can’t thank the teachers at Eddies enough for all their care and support over the last 5 years. I am going to miss school a lot. 


- Olivia F 11L

It’s definitely been a few months of worries leading up to tomorrow but now I feel excited and can’t wait to see what unfolds tomorrow. I’m very excited to start college but there is definitely a few nerves about starting and some sadness about leaving Eddies but I can’t wait to see what the future holds and to explore new subjects and interests. I will be  going to St John Rigby to study English, psychology and biology and future teachers elective.

- Katie W 11A

I only came to Eddies in Year 9, but over the course of the 2 years I’ve loved every second of being here. My main highlights have been performing in various music showcases, dance showcases and the last 2 school productions (where I was lucky enough to choreograph both).


 I felt quite nervous on the run up to results day as we hadn’t sat the exams, but from my previous mock/trial results, I hoped to do better for my final grade. Next year, I will be continuing my passion for performing at St John Rigby College studying A-Level Music, French & Dance, with the hope of becoming a primary school teacher in the future.


- Patrick D 11A

Due to coronavirus, this last few months have been full of uncertainty for everyone, especially the year 11s. A year full of exams is never going to be easy, however I’d like to thank all my teachers who prepared me well for these exams and have helped me on my path forward. I will look back at my years at Eddies as being very fun and also important in preparing me for my future.

Rees A 11S