Students at William Hulme’s Grammar School (WHGS) are set to take up their places at some of the UK’s top universities this autumn, with two students heading to the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
Primary and secondary pupils showcase artistic talents by creating artworks that represent hope, happiness and community. Whole-school art challenge forms part of academy’s commitment to deliver an Education with Character.
Students at William Hulme’s Grammar School in Manchester are celebrating after achieving excellent results in the national Senior Maths Challenge.
Last month a William Hulme’s Grammar School student was one of only two students from across the country to speak at the prestigious Royal Society. Mohammed Al-Kalbani spoke to a large audience of secondary school teachers and students. He presented the findings of his research project into the effects of coffee on exhaled breath which he had conducted during his Nuffield Research placement last summer.
William Hulme’s Grammar School (WHGS) is celebrating after achieving the School Games Silver Mark Award for the 2018/19 academic year.
Students at William Hulme’s Grammar School are celebrating receiving an excellent set of A Level results today. These included many strong individual successes, as well as improvements across the whole of the Sixth Form.
In its latest inspection by Ofsted, William Hulme’s Grammar School has once again been rated ‘Good’ in all areas, showcasing the academy’s high standards across the board.
William Hulme’s Grammar School’s (WHGS) Salma Ali and Zionne-Renee Masih-Johnson helped launched the England Women’s Football Team’s new kit.William Hulme’s Grammar School’s (WHGS) Salma Ali and Zionne-Renee Masih-Johnson helped launched the England Women’s Football Team’s new kit.
William Hulme’s Grammar School’s (WHGS) Key Stage 3 girl’s football squad proved their skills on the pitch last week, making it to the final of Manchester City’s Premier League Football Tournament.
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again… That’s particularly true for a group of girls at William Hulme’s Grammar School (WHGS), who have made their mark on the pitch as part of ‘Project Rugby.’