Bright futures ahead for All Hallows A Level Students

All Hallows Catholic College

Press Release 2016 – A Level – 18 August 2016

Bright futures ahead for All Hallows A Level Students

Students at All Hallows in Macclesfield are facing bright futures following a superb crop of A Level results. At a time when A Levels are getting ever more demanding, All Hallows A level Class of 2016 has seen an increase in the top grades of A*, A and B grades with 99% of all students passing their A Levels.

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Mr Billings, Principal said ‘We are so very proud of our students’ achievements. There are so many pressures on young people to develop a wide range of skills and their character as well as achieve great results. We are delighted when everything works out so well for them.’

The top performing female students are Siobhan Wright (A*A*A*) and Abigail Percival (A*AAAA) and the top performing male student is Elliott Lamb (A*A*A B). The following students achieved three or more A*-B grades: Oliver Anderson, George Bailey, Jessica Bailey, Thomas Bowers, Hannah Bristow, Kayleigh Chadwick, Tristan Cumberland, Joshua Coward; MatDSC_0771thew Curley, Lydia Deaville, Megan Geary, Isobel Glen, Olivia Hastings, Jack Hutchinson, Dominic Langer, Hannah Lobo, Amy Murgatroyd, Emily Robinson, Erin Sharrocks, Emma Smith, Charlie Waller, Alice Waterhouse, Jake Wedge, Matthew Weetman, Aidan West, Rosie Wild and Katie Wilson.

Many congratulations to Hannah Lobo who has been accepted into Cambridge University, Sidney Sussex College to study Geography.

Whilst teachers are proud of all the students’ achievements, they are particularly proud of students for whom English was not their first language. Svitlana Lyekar, whose mother tongue is Russian achieved ABBC, Zuzanna Kowalczyk who is Polish achieved A*BBC, Marta Sanchez who is Spanish achieved A* BC and Dominic Langer who is German achieved A*BBB. These students like many others are progressing to high performing universities.

Student Alessandro Pinto who was involved in a life threatening road accident earlier this year and Ashley Lawson who lost both his home and personal possessions in a house fire in the middle of his examinations both achieved exceptional results.

IMG_1290Mrs Garvey, Assistant Principal and Head of Sixth Form said ‘It’s great to see the happiness and energy in our students when they are making their choices for their next stage of education or employment. We know this group of students, like many before, have bright futures ahead of them. They will make their difference in the world carrying the values of our Catholic College with them.’

Student Siobhan Wright, said ‘I’ve really enjoyed my time at All Hallows. The College has helped me to develop as a person as well as achieve great results.’

Mr A S Billings, Principal.

 

NOTES

All Hallows Catholic College is an 11-18 voluntary academy and Teaching School located in Macclesfield, Cheshire.

Ofsted Outstanding 2011/12 and 2014/15

1,200 students drawn from Macclesfield, Congleton, Poynton, Stockport, Wilmslow, Handforth, Whaley Bridge and Buxton.