Allerton Grange Celebrates Huge A Level Success
Allerton Grange’s Year 13 students are celebrating today after receiving their results. A fantastic 98% pass rate was attained at A Level, with 85% of subjects securing 100%. This included English, Maths, Biology, French, German, History, Law and many others.
With many subjects being taken for the first time on new specifications, staff and students were anxiously awaiting A Level news well before 8am. However, excitement quickly filled the room as students discovered their grades and realised what this meant for their futures.
99% of students have secured appropriate pathways for next year, with the vast majority attending the university of their choice. A number have taken up Russell Group University places, with local universities being a popular choice for many.
Kiran Sahiba secured her place at the University of Leeds to study Medical Biochemistry with her A*, A, A grades in Biology, Chemistry and Maths. She said, “I’m so relieved. It was unpredictable this year, especially with the new A’ Levels. I’m feeling optimistic about the future now; I’m glad I’ve got my university place."
Aaisha Ahmed achieved A Levels in Biology, Chemistry and Maths all at A grade. She is planning to do medicine at Lancaster University and is very excited about starting out on her future career.
Allerton Grange School’s Headteacher, Mr Roper said: “I am so proud of the success every student has experienced with their results this morning. I want to thank the teachers and support staff at Allerton Grange for their commitment to every individual student in achieving their grades. It has been a privilege to witness the excitement as our Year 13 students secure placements for the next phase of their lives. We are very pleased with the outcomes this year, particularly considering it is the first year without any coursework or modular exams – these young adults have been working solidly for 2 years and these results reflect the hard work they have put into their examinations. I wish every one of them the very best of luck within their future plans.”
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Photograph: Students receiving their A Level Results