Students Celebrate A Level Success
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Students at William Hulme’s Grammar School are celebrating receiving their A Level results today.
The number of A Level entries at the school achieving A* to B grades has gone up by 6% to 45%. The overall pass rate has also increased to 99% for this year’s Year 13 cohort.
There were also a number of individual success stories, including:
- Mairead Fitzpatrick who achieved an A* in mathematics and A grades in biology and further mathematics. She is going on to study Statistics at St Andrew’s University.
- Amina Habib who achieved an A* in psychology and A grades in business studies and economics. She is going on to study Accounting and Business Studies at a prestigious university sponsored by a leading accountancy firm.
- Rashaad Khalil who achieved A grades in biology, chemistry and mathematics. He is going on to study medicine at the University of Liverpool.
- Laveeza Mahmood who achieved A grades in psychology, government and politics and history. She is going on to study Law at the University of York.
- Jack Sun who achieved an A* in mathematics an A grade in physics and a B grade in German. He is going on to study Civil Engineering with a Modern Language at the University of Sheffield.
- Nora Muhsin who achieved an A* in sociology and B grades in drama and religious studies. She is going on to study Human Resource Management at the University of Leeds.
Peter Mulholland, Principal, said:
“I am delighted for our Sixth Form students who are celebrating some excellent results today. Their grades will allow them to go to university and take the first steps towards the professions and careers to which they aspire".
“High achievement in the Sixth Form cascades down and encourages our younger students to believe in their own ability and to work hard to emulate this success. It’s also testament to the commitment and enthusiasm of our staff who work closely alongside our Sixth Form students and are always on hand to give them the extra support they need to push themselves that bit further.”