Students and staff at William Hulme’s Grammar School are today celebrating their GCSE results, as 72% of students achieved five or more 9-4 grades (equivalent to A*-C grades) including a 4 or above in both English and maths.
An impressive 57% of students achieved the new national measure of Level 5 in both English and maths and 20% of students gained the E-Bacc.
This year, grades for almost all subjects have changed into a numeric scale with a new highest grade of 9. A third of all entries were awarded the new Grade 9-7 grades equivalent to the old A*-A gradesand 25% of students gained at least 5 9-7 grades including:
Ramesha Abdullah, Ahmed Abdul-Majeed, Mohammed Abdul-Majeed, Eyaan Arshad, Omar Asad, Arun Biju, Kisaa Bukhari, Roshaan Choudhary, Abdul-Rahman Hameed, Daniel He, Nazima Jafri, Amal Joseph, Mard Khoshnaw, Leeyan Lewis, Taha Omar, Saleh Rajab, Tahmid Reza, Tenghis Sukhbaatar, Haseeb Tahir, Amaan Ullah and Ahmad Yusuf.
Peter Mulholland, Principal of William Hulme’s Grammar School, said:
“These are really strong results and it is particularly pleasing to see some of our students celebrating excellent individual performances. Our students and staff have worked incredibly hard all year and these results are a fitting reward.
The results build on last week’s very good A Level results and I am delighted that so many students will be joining our Sixth Form in September. Their excellent individual results will set them up for a successful future in our 6th Form Centre.”
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