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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Student Charlotte Rose Tucker pictured celebrating her GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Student Charlotte Rose Tucker pictured celebrating her GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Student Aoife Marie Diamond pictured with Donna and Aidan Williamson celebrating her GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Student Aoife Marie Diamond pictured with Donna and Aidan Williamson celebrating her GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  A star twin sisters Molly and  Megan McGoldrick pictured celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: A star twin sisters Molly and Megan McGoldrick pictured celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Left two right.  Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Left two right. Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Left two right.  Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Left two right. Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Left two right.  Felicity Woolerton -  four x A, 2 x A Star and three x B - and Sydnie Spurling - four x A, 
four x B and 1 x C Star.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Left two right. Felicity Woolerton - four x A, 2 x A Star and three x B - and Sydnie Spurling - four x A, four x B and 1 x C Star. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. 



Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 


Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. 



Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Student Emma Bernadette Agnew pictured with mum Julie celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Student Emma Bernadette Agnew pictured with mum Julie celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Hannah Young  who got eight x A Star and one x A.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Hannah Young who got eight x A Star and one x A. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Left two right.  Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Left two right. Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 


Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Student Sarah Duffy pictured celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Student Sarah Duffy pictured celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Left to right.  Mia Green - five x A Star - and Hannah young - eight x A Star, 1 x A. 

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Left to right. Mia Green - five x A Star - and Hannah young - eight x A Star, 1 x A. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. 

6 x a star
4 x a

Pauline Russell
Tony Russell

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. 6 x a star 4 x a Pauline Russell Tony Russell Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Student Charlotte Rose Tucker pictured celebrating her GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Student Charlotte Rose Tucker pictured celebrating her GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Student Aoife Marie Diamond pictured with Donna and Aidan Williamson celebrating her GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Student Aoife Marie Diamond pictured with Donna and Aidan Williamson celebrating her GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  A star twin sisters Molly and  Megan McGoldrick pictured celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: A star twin sisters Molly and Megan McGoldrick pictured celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Left two right.  Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Left two right. Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Left two right.  Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Left two right. Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Left two right.  Felicity Woolerton -  four x A, 2 x A Star and three x B - and Sydnie Spurling - four x A, 
four x B and 1 x C Star.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Left two right. Felicity Woolerton - four x A, 2 x A Star and three x B - and Sydnie Spurling - four x A, four x B and 1 x C Star. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. 



Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 


Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. 



Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Student Emma Bernadette Agnew pictured with mum Julie celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Student Emma Bernadette Agnew pictured with mum Julie celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Hannah Young  who got eight x A Star and one x A.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Hannah Young who got eight x A Star and one x A. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Left two right.  Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Left two right. Annie Press - five x A and four x A Star - Rebekah Newnes - three x A Star, four x A and two x B - and Megan Russell - six x A Star and four x A. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 


Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020:  Student Sarah Duffy pictured celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019.
Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Student Sarah Duffy pictured celebrating GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. 

Left to right.  Mia Green - five x A Star - and Hannah young - eight x A Star, 1 x A. 

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupils pictured at the school after receive their results. Left to right. Mia Green - five x A Star - and Hannah young - eight x A Star, 1 x A. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020

Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results.  

Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. 

6 x a star
4 x a

Pauline Russell
Tony Russell

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 20th August 2020 Pupils across Northern Ireland receive the GCSE results. Bloomfield Collegiate pupil Megan Russell, who achieved six A stars and four grades at A, pictured at the school with her mother Pauline and father Tony getting her results. 6 x a star 4 x a Pauline Russell Tony Russell Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Pacemaker Press 20-08-2020: Students celebrated GCSE success at St Dominic's Grammar School Belfast .There has been a significant rise in the number of top GCSE grades in Northern Ireland. Grades A*-A were awarded to 37.1% of entries, up from just under a third of entries in 2019. Picture By: Arthur Allison/ Pacemaker Press.

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