There was much to celebrate at Urmston Grammar as students achieved outstanding GCSE results this summer. The school was delighted that so many students have achieved remarkable results and there was widespread success across the board. Deputy Head Girl Gemma Bradley has spent this summer as an intern at local TV station called 'That's Manchester' on Freeview Channel 8 and she arranged for a reporter to capture the students' delight as they opened their results on Thursday morning.
Star performances include 20 remarkable students who achieved A*/A in all their subjects:Anudeep Ayinaparthi, Arsalan Chaudhry,Nicola Bennett, Rebecca Cooley Rebecca De, La Hoyde, River Edis-Smith, Sam Hague, Nabila Juhi, David Leeming, Joanne McNulty, Beth Sedley, Alex Stewart, Phoebe Tate, Katie Vincent, Chileshe Wabo, Alistair Ward, Jack Watson, Caitlin Willis, Cameron Young and Angela Zhang.
In addition Arsalan, River, Katie, Alistair, Cameron and Angela all achieved "A* with distinction" in the GCSE Further Mathematics which they studied as part of an extra-curricular enrichment course.
All of the excellent grades achieved this summer are a testimony to the dedication and commitment of Year 11 students and the high level support they receive from staff and parents. We are proud of all our students and wish them well as they continue their studies in the sixth form.
School re-opens on Thursday 3rd September 2015. Year 7 and Year 12 students should be in school for 9:00 am - all other year groups start at 10:00 am.
A level success
We are absolutely 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 including a remarkable 12 students who gained a sweep of straight A* and A grades - these students achieved 20 A* grades and 18 A grades between them: Ahmed Abubakar, Arshan Dadrewall, Tom Galligan, Paras Jariwala, John Lentzos, Rafay Malik, Adam Marikar, Bobby Mears, Sophia Mottaghi-Taromsari, Joe Peden, Sam Skinner, and Harry Stead.
Our students are going on to study a wide range of subjects at some of the top universities in the country. These include: Laura Harris and Paras Jariwala who will be studying Medicine at Imperial College London; Arshan Dadrewall who will be studying Medicine; Joe Peden who is taking English and History at Queen's College, Oxford; Sophia Mottaghi-Taromsari who will be studying PPE at York University; Ahmed Abubakar who is studying Medicine at Manchester University; Tom Galligan who will be taking Physics at Brasenose College, Oxford; Alex Leslie who is studying Chemical Engineering at Sheffield University and Harry Stead who will be taking Economics and International Economics at Nottingham University.
We would like to congratulate all our Year 13 students on their well-deserved achievements which are a result of their hard work and commitment and that of their teachers.
We are proud that our students effectively combine academic study with a wide variety of extra-curricular activities and support the school and its wider community. They leave our school as well-rounded young adults, ready to take on the challenges of the next phase of their education.
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BEST High School Garden - RHS Tatton Show 2015. Well done!
We are delighted that our school won the RHS Tatton High School garden competition. Congratulations and well done to all the pupils and staff involved. ihttps://www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/pdf/Tatton/2015/awards/School-Garden-Awards-Tatton-Park