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A level exam results

We are delighted with the success of our Year 13 students, so many of whom have achieved their personal goals and secured places at the universities of their choice. There were many individual successes and we would like to congratulate them all for their hard work and dedication.
A remarkable 14 students gained a sweep of straight A* and A grades - 23 A* grades and 19 A grades between them: Taghreed Ayaz, Christopher Barnes, Victoria Hall, Eleanor Horner, Eddie Jones, Rhea Leslie, Matthew Marshall, Zoe Mifsud, Apoorva Prasad, Pranu Ragatha, Ellie Reynolds, Olivia Rowles, William Royle and Alex Sykes.
All these results are truly impressive and include: Vicky Hall who has achieved 2 A*& 3 A grades and will be studying Physics and Astronomy at Durham; Eddie Jonesachieved 3 A* & 1 A grades and has secured a place to read Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at Magdalen College, Oxford; Rhea Leslie has achieved 1 A* & 2 A grades and will be reading Medicine at Oxford; Pranu Ragatha achieved 1 A* & 2 A grades and will study Medicine at Liverpool; Zoe Mifsud has achieved 3 A* grades and will be studying Mathematics; Alex Sykes achieved 3 A* grades and will read Biochemistry at Wadham College, Oxford and Apoorva Prasad achieved 3A* & 1A grades and will be studying Engineering.
We are proud of all our students and wish them all well in the next phase of the education. Well done to all!


Admissions Update

All result letters for the current phase of this round of applications have now been posted.  

  • Should you wish to have information in relation to top scores please access our admissions pages.  
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  • Should you have any queries please put them in a letter or email.  The email address to use is: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  A response will be given within 5 working days. 

Careers Event for Years 9-12

Thursday 6th November –  5pm onwards .
Careers Event for Years 9-12. Featuring a careers fair and presentations from a range of employment sectors incl. engineering , law, business, veterinary science, midwifery, accountancy and many more.


GCSE exam results

Thursday 21st August – the corridors were filled with hopeful students awaiting their GCSE results. The mood of anticipation amongst Urmston Grammar’s Year 11 students and their parents soon turned to elation as they celebrated the school’s highest ever results.
A remarkable 24 students achieved A*/A in all their subjects:
Afiya Amesu, Mediha Butt, Sarah Case, Samuel Dillon, Bridie Finna, Georgia Guilbert, Rachael Horner, Samar Imtiaz, Samantha Johnson-Audini, Ivan Lee, Laura Mann, Jordan-Luke Mcdonald, Taylor Mckevitt, Patrick Moloney, Alexander Myall, Jack P O'Brien, Sanjay Patel, Eleanor Scully, Abhinav Soni, Megan Thorpe, Katrina Walker, James Wasp, Victoria Willows and Thomas Yung (Thomas achieved a B in Greek - but his phenomenal 11 A* grades mean we have to include him on this list!) 
These outstanding results are testament to the commitment and hard work of our students and the support of all our staff.
Congratulations to all the Year 11 students who have achieved record results this summer. We wish them well as they continue their studies.

A* performance - Further Maths

The Mathematics Faculty offered Year 11 students the opportunity to study an additional GCSE in Further Maths. The dedicated students and teachers gave up their time to attend lessons after school throughout Year 11.
We were delighted that of the 25 students who chose to take up this extra-curricular challenge, 88% achieved A*/A grades. Congratulations to them all!
The course is designed to place an emphasis on higher order technical proficiency, rigorous argument and problem-solving skills and gives high achieving students an introduction to AS level topics that will help them to develop skills in: Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Matrices, Trigonometry, Functions and Graphs.A special mention has to go to Joe Lovell-McNamee and Simon Sharp who were both awarded distinction.
This qualification is suitable for gifted mathematicians who are likely to progress to A-level study in Mathematics and possibly Further Mathematics.


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Urmston Grammar is a Selective Grammar, an Independent State Academy, a National Centre of Excellence for Science and a "University Teaching Academy" in partnership with The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University.

Urmston Grammar, Newton Road, Urmston, Manchester M41 5UG, Tel. 0161 748 2875.