Hulme Hall Grammar School, the leading independent Cheadle Hulme-based school, is celebrating after an outstanding year for GCSE results.
Located on Hulme Hall road, the school has seen 80% of its year 11 pupils received a minimum of five GCSEs at levels A* - C.
Head teacher at Hulme Hall Grammar School, Rachael Allen, said: “It has been a great year for GCSE results and I am very proud of our year 11 pupils who have all worked extremely hard in the run up to their GCSEs.
“On behalf of all the teachers and other school staff, I would like to wish them all the very best for the future.”
Hulme Hall Grammar School pupil, Zoe Bennett who achieved; 7 grade As and 2 grade Bs.
commented: “I can’t quite believe I am picking up my GCSE results up this morning, I don’t know where my time at the school has gone!”
Zoe added: “I’m absolutely ecstatic with my results and can’t thank my teachers enough for all the support they have given me during my time at Hulme Hall. I am now looking forward to my next steps in education.”
Zoe is set to go on to study Business Studies, Biology, English Literature and Geography at Xaverian College to pursue her dream of running her own retail business.
The Hulme Hall Road school, which offers a nurturing, friendly and positive learning environment for boys and girls 2-16 years old, provides small class sizes, high quality teaching and excellent enrichment programmes.
Established over 80 years ago, the school is committed to providing a positive atmosphere and a challenging academic environment in which all pupils thrive and succeed, with outstanding pastoral care and support.
Hulme Hall Grammar School offers all pupils a wide and varied curriculum taught by dedicated, experienced and highly-qualified professionals. The school also has one of the largest Enrichment Centres (learning support) in the Cheshire area, with a team of specialists committed to releasing the potential of pupils.
For further information on Hulme Hall Grammar School, go to www.hulmehallschool.org or call 0161 485 3524 or follow the school on Twitter @HulmeHallGS.
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