WHA SQA Results
Pupils across Scotland have now received confirmation of the grades they have achieved in their SQA examinations. This is a significant milestone in any young person’s education, but this moment is particularly resonant this year given the challenges faced by pupils during the Covid pandemic.
Barry Graham, Head Teacher at Wallace Hall Academy, said: “I would like congratulate all our students on their excellent attainment and achievement during the last year. As we all know, this has been a year that has challenged everybody and every day I have been impressed by the attitude and resilience of our students. I would like the to thank the learners, their parents/carers and our staff for their work during the last 18 months of the pandemic and today we can see some of the results of that fantastic effort.
“This year I am delighted to announce that fourteen Wallace Hall Academy pupils achieved 5As at Higher level: Olivia Andreasen, Madeleine Bramley, Sorcha Corrigan, Ruby Day-Reader, Rory Gordon, Freya Gracie, Anya Graham, Abbie Harvey, Sarah Hastings, Matthew Johnstone, Cara Peacock, Sean Thornely, Tilly Wilson-Machin and Darroch Wood.
“There are obviously lots of other fantastic achievements that we are all proud of but there are way too many to list today. We will be congratulating those students when we return to school this week.
“I would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate Aidan Kennedy (S6) who has been presented with the Wallace Hall Academy Dux Award for outstanding academic performance. Aidan leaves Wallace Hall to go on and study medicine and we wish him well for the future.”