Friday 30th Aug-12th Sep 2013
Friday 30th Aug-12th Sep 2013
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Forty-nine per cent of students achieved 5 or more A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and Maths; 84% of students achieved 5 or more A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent); 52% of students achieved 8 or more A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent); 94% of students achieved 8 or more A*-G GCSEs (or equivalent). There were some exceptional individual performances, with Emma Helm topping the list with 8.5 A* grades and one A grade. When the BBC’s Question Time was filmed at the school last year, Emma told David Dimbleby that she wished to go to Oxbridge and then eventually become Prime Minister. With her clutch of A* successes she has the laid the foundations to realise her ambitions. Reza Ul Haque was the highest achieving boy with 9.5 grades at either A* or A grades (5.5 at A*). Fahima Begum, who is registered blind, achieved 8 A*-C grades including English and Maths. Headteacher Hardial Hayer said, “We are delighted with some fabulous results our students have achieved. We are proud of their achievements as their dedication and commitment over the past five years has been richly rewarded”.
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This year's results reveal that Manchester’s A-level pass results are continuing to improve. The overall pass rate (A*- E) in Manchester this year is 98%, showing an increase on last year’s 97.7% figure. Manchester is also closely in line with this year’s national average results which stand at 98.1%. Councillor Afzal Khan, Executive Member for Children’s Services at Manchester City Council, said: “This year’s A-level results reflect the dedication shown by
pupils and teachers in the city’s schools. The city is continuing with its tradition of enabling students to get the best results and go on to make a real contribution to their communities and the workplace.” At Parrs Wood High School in Didsbury, 77% of all grades achieved were A* to C, with 21% of grades A* to A. (The school achieved a 98.6% overall pass rate). Fourteen students achieved at least three A/A* grades with three students gaining Oxbridge places.
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