Students at Cheadle Hulme School are closer to securing their dream careers after 79% achieve grades A*- B or higher at A Level and 42% achieve GCSE grades 9-8 (A*-B or higher).
The School achieved 100% GCSE pass rate with 5 students awarded an impressive 8 x grade 9s or higher. 2 students received grade 9s in all relevant subjects.
At A Level, 5 students from the Class of 2019 were awarded an outstanding 3x A*s or higher, with 6 achieving at least one D1 (a grade higher than A*) at Pre-U.
Cheadle Hulme School Head, Mr Neil Smith, said: “It is wonderful to see our students achieve such excellent results, and I know how proud they will be of their achievements. These results are the product of sustained endeavours on their part, and it has been especially gratifying to see them achieve this tremendous success whilst also fully engaging with all that the School has to offer beyond the classroom. The reformed GCSE and IGCSE qualifications are hugely demanding, our students have been immensely successful in meeting these high standards. The outstanding A Level and Pre U results allow the Class of 2019 to move forward to their chosen destinations with great confidence.”
Topping the School’s GCSE results table, Siân Talbot and Elizabeth Fisher led the way achieving 9 in each of their subjects. Siân achieved her results whilst maintaining a burgeoning sailing career and is looking forward to pursuing a career in Science.
Elizabeth said: “I am over the moon! I am staying at CHS to complete my A Levels. In the future, I would love a career in Zoology.”
The students who received their GCSEs are now embarking upon the School’s enriching career Pathways programme as Sixth Formers – the first cohort of students to set foot in the School’s brand new Sixth Form Centre which opened its doors at the start of September.
Meanwhile the Class of 2019 are enjoying their first term at some of the country’s top universities, including Cambridge, Bath, Warwick and Leeds. Others are embarking upon sought-after industry apprenticeships in Economics and Business.
From the Class of 2019, Jason Brown and Head Boy Raphael McMahon achieved the equivalent of 4xA* A Level grades each.
Raphael intends to read Modern Languages (Spanish and German) at the University of Cambridgeafter deferring a year to spend time travelling.
Also attending University of Cambridge, Jason is reading Engineering at Trinity College. He said: “I’d been at CHS since Reception so it’s a big change, particularly without my family and school friends around, but I’m looking forward to the next chapter.”