Manchester Health Academy students received their GCSE and BTEC results yesterday, and there were some fantastic and well deserved achievements to celebrate!
For the second year running there were improvements in the number of students achieving Grade 4 or higher in both English and mathematics combined. Likewise there was an improvement in those achieving Grade 5 or higher in English and mathematics. The proportion of students achieving the highest grades also increased with one student, Joe, lost for words on earning an incredible Grade 9 in mathematics.
Away from English and mathematics there were lots of sensational results in many subjects. In Art for example, more than 50% of students achieved the top grades of 7,8 or 9, an incredible achievement.
Students completing BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma courses in Sports and Health & Social Care also achieved great results.
Students now look forward to starting further studies, apprenticeships or joining the world of work.
Principal, Mr Green, said, “Once again I am full of admiration and so proud of our students. Hard work and tenacity are essential ingredients if students are to meet or exceed their targets. I am particularly proud of those who have achieved despite much personal adversity. I must also acknowledge the dedication shown by my staff at the Academy throughout the year in supporting students to achieve this improved set of results. Parents and carers have also played a key part in their children’s success. Improvements to our staffing, the quality of teaching and learning and our building are paying dividends; the Academy continues its improving trend.”
Manchester Health Academy will be hosting an Open Evening on Thursday 3rd October from 5pm – 8pm, where visitors will be able to meet the Principal and staff, tour the building and speak with current students about life at the Academy. To enquire please phone 0161 998 3992 or e-mail [email protected].