William Hulme’s Grammar School students celebrate A-Level success

Students at William Hulme’s Grammar School are celebrating receiving their A-Level results, which included some strong individual successes.

The number of A-Level entries at the school achieving A* to B grades was 37%, with 13% of entries gaining the top A*-A grades and nearly 70% A*-C grades. The overall pass rate was 97%.

There were also a number of individual success stories:

  • Fabia Ahmed achieved A grades in English Language and Psychology and a B grade in Mathematics. She is going on to study Management (Accounting and Finance) at the University of Manchester.
  • Kene Anthony-Okeke achieved A* grades in English Language and Economics and an A grade in Psychology. He is going on to study Law at the University of Nottingham.
  • Jake Corr achieved A* grades in Mathematics and Further Mathematics and an A grade in Chemistry. He is going on to study Mathematics at the University of Leeds.
  • Zak Dahir achieved an A* grades in Mathematics an A grade in Physics and a B grade in Economics. He is going on to study Mechanical Engineering at the University of Leeds.
  • Fareema Fassihi achieved A* grades in English Literature and Biology and A grades in Mathematics and Chemistry. She is going on to study Medicine at the University of Oxford.
  • Aaron Froom achieved A grades in Politics and Psychology and a B grade in History. He is going on to study Politics at the University of York.
  • Nashrah Imtiaz achieved A grades in Psychology and Urdu and B grades in Biology and Chemistry. She is going on to study Optometry at Aston University.
  • Abdul Tahir achieved A grades in Maths, Chemistry and Urdu and a B grade in Biology. He is applying for university in 2020.
  • Taj Lewis-Edwards passed three A Levels and is going on to a prestigious paralegal apprenticeship at Kennedys in Manchester.

Peter Mulholland, Principal of William Hulme’s Grammar School, said:

“I am delighted for our Sixth Form students, who are celebrating some excellent results. I am very pleased for all those who have received the grades they need to take up the university place of their choice and to take the first steps towards the professions and careers to which they aspire.

“High achievement in the Sixth Form cascades down, encouraging our younger students to believe in their own ability and demonstrating what hard work can achieve. It is 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.

“We are also delighted with the impact that our newly refurbished Sixth Form Centre has had on the results and ethos of our Sixth Form. I know that these results and destinations will set a strong example for our new cohort, inspiring them to strive for equally high standards and aim for even better outcomes in the future.”

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