Student Profiles


Adam Walker – Business Studies Progress Prize

Previous School: Wardle
Destination: University of Lancaster – Earth Science with Geography
Adam was an outstandingly hardworking, committed student who was always eager to develop a deeper understanding of the theories developed in class. He always contributed to discussions, often raising exceptionally well thought through analytical points that encouraged others to get involved.

 

Danielle Collier – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize

Previous School: Whitworth Community High
Destination: University of Manchester – Accounting
Danielle was a quietly determined and extremely diligent student. She impressed all her tutors with her meticulous approach to her studies and her keen eye for detail. She was a real pleasure to teach and deserves all her success.

 

Joshua Nolan – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize Accounting Subject Prize

Previous School: West Hill
Destination: University of Manchester – Genetics with Industrial Experience
Danielle was a quietly determined and extremely diligent student. She impressed all her tutors with her meticulous approach to her studies and her keen eye for detail. She was a real pleasure to teach and deserves all her success.

 

Mohammed Haque – Accounting Progress Prize & Economics Progress Prize

Previous School: The Radclyffe
Destination: Manchester Metropolitan University Business Information Technology
A cheerful and engaging young man, Miju was always a positive presence in the classroom. Capable and determined, he always sought to improve his work and acted on the advice given by his tutors. He worked quietly and effectively to achieve beyond his predicted grades.

 

Natasha Ramnarine – Diploma in Financial Studies Subject Prize

Previous School: Royton and Crompton
Destination:Manchester Metropolitan University Financial Services Planning and Management
Natasha was highly motivated and, throughout her time on the Financial Studies course, demonstrated a real interest in all aspects of the subject. An enthusiastic student, she was a pleasure to teach and a real asset to the class. Her grade A was richly deserved.

 

Rofu Miah – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize & Economics Subject Prize

Previous School:The Radclyffe
Destination: Manchester Metropolitan University Financial Services Planning and Management
A quiet and industrious student, Rofu’s written work demonstrated a capacity to absorb and refresh classroom discussion, turning it into an informed synthesis of ideas. He was more than able to grasp both the essential and the complex when coming to conclusions about the success of economic policy interventions.

 

Umar Khatab – BTEC Business and Finance Progress Prize

Previous School:The Radclyffe
Destination: Liverpool Metropolitan University – Business Management
Umar was full of life and ideas and never shy of sharing his thoughts. Keen to hide as many of his best qualities as often as he could, he was also a caring and sensitive young man who never stopped trying to improve his work and his situation in life.