William Hulme’s Grammar school students celebrate A Level success

Students at William Hulme’s Grammar School have been celebrating receiving their A Level results.

The number of A Level entries at the school achieving A* to B grades was 42%. Nearly 20% gaining the top A*-A grades, an increase on last year. The overall pass rate was 97%.

Individual success stories: Sana Akhtar achieved A grades in Psychology, Sociology and Religious Studies. Larissa Aravantinou achieved an A* in French and A grades in Business Studies, Chemistry and Maths. Anthony Cheung achieved A grades in Biology and Mathematics. Umear Irfan achieved A grades in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics. Peru Edmondson achieved an A* in Biology and A grades in Chemistry and Psychology.

Also Erfan Mirzaei achieved an A* in History and A grades in Government and Politics and Religious Studies. Ayesha Hassan achieved an A* in Business Studies, an A grade in Chemistry. Omar Jeylani achieved A grades in Physics and Mathematics. Jahangir Tahir achieved an A* in Business Studies, an A grade in Biology. Isa Yaqub achieved A grades in English Language and Religious Studies.

Principal, Peter Mulholland said:
“I am delighted for our Sixth Form students, who are celebrating some excellent results. In particular, 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”.

“We are also delighted to be opening our new Sixth Form Centre this month 2017.”

TNT Education

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