Hasmonean said “the vast majority of students” got the grades they needed to enter university, or continue pursuing their career paths.
Heads of Hasmonean High School for Girls, Katherine Brice, and Hasmonean High School for Boys, Debbie Lebrett, reflected on the “extremely challenging year”, thanking students and staff for “working so hard.
“Hasmonean will always be a place they can turn to for support and guidance and we hope that the ethos of Hasmonean will act as a bedrock for them as they enter the wider world.”
Menahel (principal) Rabbi Jeremy Golker said students’ “social, emotional and spiritual development is as important to us as their academic development. We are proud of how well they have focussed on this despite the immense challenges they have been confronted by this year”.
The school’s CEO, Andrew McClusky, paid tribute to teachers’ “tremendous hard work ..in educating our students and the pastoral support which has been given to them is hugely appreciated, as is the wonderful support which we receive from trustees, governors and the wider Hasmonean community”.