William Hulme's Grammar School Students Set for Top Universities
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Thursday 18 August 2022
~ Fifth of entries graded A* and A ~
~ Student secures place to read Natural Sciences at Cambridge University ~
Students and staff at William Hulme’s Grammar School (WHGS) in Manchester are celebrating today as Sixth Formers receive their A Level results. Over 75% of entries achieved A*-C grades with over a fifth achieving the top A*-A grades.
These strong results mean that a number of students have secured places on competitive courses at universities across the country including:
- Isabel McCracken who achieved three A*s and one A securing a place to read Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge;
- Sabrina Adebanjoh who achieved 2 A*s and one A securing a place to read Law at Durham University;
- Tayyeba Gulshin who achieved one A* and two As securing a place to read International Management at King’s College, London;
- Najya Qazi who achieved two A*s and an A securing a place to read Global Law at Queen Mary University of London;
- Adeola Adeniji who achieved one A*, two As and a B securing a place to read Computer Science at the University of York.
Commenting on the students’ achievements, Peter Mulholland, Principal at WHGS, said:
“Once again, I am very proud of what our students have achieved. These strong results reflect how hard the students have worked over the past two years – despite the challenges of Covid – and I am pleased that so many have secured places at some of the most competitive courses at prestigious universities. Our students have shown great resilience throughout their A Level courses and they are a credit to our school. I have no doubt that they will all thrive in the future. I would also like to pay tribute to the care, dedication and expertise of our staff and these results are testament to everyone’s efforts.”
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