School visits on GCSE and GCE results days
Thursday 30 August 2012
In the past few weeks, students in Northern Ireland have received their long-awaited GCSE and GCE results.
CCEA’s Director of Qualifications Anne Marie Duffy and Examinations Manager Michael Crossan visited a number of schools on 16 and 23 August to chat to students about their results and their hopes for the future.
View our video of the GCSE and GCE results days below. CCEA's Ruth Maguire chats to students about their results and their plans for the future. She also speaks with Education Minister John O'Dowd and the Department of Employment and Learning Minister, Stephen Farry.
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This year GCE results were issued on 16 August and Anne Marie joined the Department of Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry at Lagan College, Belfast. Meanwhile Michael visited Rainey Endowed School in Magherafelt, where he met with new Principal Mark McCullough.
CCEA’s Director of Qualifications Anne Marie Duffy congratulates Lagan College student Jenna McMillan on her A level results
Lagan College Head Girl Felicity Goddard celebrates excellent A level results
CCEA's Examinations Manager Michael Crossan with James Rainey and Rainey Endowed School Principal Mr McCullough
Gemma Gregg, CCEA's Michael Crossan and Kate Flanigan at Rainey Endowed School, Magherafelt
Luke Donaghy, Michael Crossan and Gavin Wray at Rainey Endowed School, Magherafelt
Lagan College Principal Mrs McNamee, Ryan Hollinger, Nadine McLaughlin & DEL Minister Stephen Farry
GCSE results were issued to students on 23 August and Anne Marie joined Education Minister John O’Dowd at St Louise’s Comprehensive College in Belfast. Michael made the trip to St Patrick’s High School, Keady.
Pupils from St Louise’s Comprehensive College Caoimhe McCabe and Denise Murphy celebrate their success with CCEA's Director of Qualifications Anne Marie Duffy
Stephanie Campbell can't wait to share her good news!
Paula Tomaszho, CCEA's Anne Marie Duffy, Stephanie Campbell, Lindsay Bell, Kirsty O'Neill and St Louise's Principal Mrs McCartan
Education Minister John O'Dowd congratulates pupils from St Louise's Comprehensive College on their GCSE results
We would like to thank all the schools for welcoming us and we would once again like to congratulate students on their exam results. We hope they all go onto fulfil their potential, whichever route they take – whether that is further study or work experience.