Stu­dents star with scores of A grades

Macclesfield Express - - A-LEVEL RESULTS -

ALL Hal­lows has en­joyed another year of A Level suc­cess.

The 65 stu­dents tak­ing the ex­ams notched up an over­all pass rate of 99.5 per cent with 36pc at the higher grades of A*-B, and an im­pres­sive 20pc of all grades were A*.

Teach­ers of math­e­mat­ics, psy­chol­ogy and art are par­tic­u­larly de­lighted with the num­ber of stu­dents pro­gress­ing to univer­sity to study their sub­jects.

Tony Billings, prin­ci­pal at All Hal­lows, said: “We wish all our stu­dents the very best as they con­tinue their aca­demic stud­ies, move into work or take up ad­vanced level mod­ern ap­pren­tice­ships.

“They have been a won­der­ful group of young peo­ple to work with and they’ve made a great con­tri­bu­tion as young lead­ers at All Hal­lows.”

The high­est per­form­ing fe­male stu­dent was Har­riet Pickup with four A-lev­els – three A*s and an A – who will be read­ing chem­istry at Liver­pool Univer­sity.

The high­est per­form­ing male stu­dent was Nathan Wan­jau with an A* and two As, who will be read­ing math­e­mat­ics at Durham Univer­sity.

The schools head boy and head girl, who have jug­gled their stud­ies with their lead­er­ship roles over

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