21% of entries achieved A*-A grades.
Students and staff at William Hulme’s Grammar School (WHGS) are celebrating their A Level success this morning with excellent individual results securing places at prestigious universities across the country.
21% of entries achieved A*-A grades at A Level with 43% achieving A*-B grades and 74% achieving A*-C.
Individual students celebrating their results today include:
- Mariam Gaddah who achieved 2 A grades and 1 B grade and will read Medicine at Lancaster University;
- Zak Achouri who gained an A* in Maths and two further A grades and is set to study at Manchester University;
- Catherine Braddock who achieved 2 A* grades, 3 A grades and an A* in her Extended Project and has secured a place to read English Literature at Durham University;
- Jasper Berry who secured 3 A grades and will read Natural Sciences at a Russell Group University;
- Callum Johnson who achieved 3 A grades and has secured a place at Newcastle University to read History;
- Sanaa Shah who achieved 2 A* grades and will read Pharmacy at Manchester University;
- Nadia Younis who achieved 2 A grades and will read Economics at Manchester University;
- Nawaal Gill who achieved 3 A grades and will read Pharmacy at Manchester University;
- Meghna Bhatt who achieved an A grade and 2 B grades and will study Business and Management at Durham University;
- Rani Kaur who achieved an A grade and 2 B grades and will read English Literature at Liverpool University.
Peter Mulholland, Head of William Hulme’s Grammar School, said:
"I am delighted for and proud of our Sixth Formers who have done so well. We have a particularly strong academic focus in our Sixth Form with maths, biology, chemistry and psychology the most popular subjects so it is excellent to see everyone’s hard work paying dividends.
"Today is a celebration for students who have been with us throughout their education and also for those who have joined us just for A Levels. We have an extremely popular and flourishing Sixth Form and it is always a pleasure to see students making the most of their potential by securing the grades they need to access Russell Group universities and other destinations of choice."