Student Profiles


Abdus Sammad – Citizenship Progress Prize

Destination: University of Huddersfield – Psychology with Criminology
Abdus was a lively and valued member of the group who made very thoughtful and perceptive contributions in Citzenship. Enthusiastic about the subject, he secured excellent results on the course by his determined hard work. Abdus demonstrated high level evaluation skills in his written work.

 

Christopher Shepherd – Government & Politics Progress Prize

Previous School: Matthew Moss

Destination: University of Reading – Politics and International Relations
Chris’s achievement of an A grade was due to dedication to his A2 studies. There was a significant growth in confidence and evaluative skills at A2 and Chris succeeded in boosting his AS grade from a B to an A on the ideology papers. A well deserved award!

 

Kamraan Akhtar – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize & Government & Politics Subject Prize

Previous School: The Radclyffe

Destination: University of Manchester – Law
Kamraan was an extremely committed and dedicated student. His well deserved success is testament to both his natural ability and his desire to achieve.

 

Rucksana Begum -Citizenship Subject Prize

Previous School: The Oldham Academy North (Grange)

Destination: University of Huddersfield – International Politics
Rucksana’s enthusiasm for and interest in politics and current affairs were huge assets in her studies. Her maturity, motivation, intellectual abilities and social skills mean she is well placed for future success.

 

Samuel Thornley – Archaeology Subject Prize

Previous School: Waterhead Academy (Counthill)

Destination: University of Manchester – Archaeology
Sam’s enthusiasm for archaeology was clearly evident. He quickly took on board the challenges of A level studies and built up excellent skills of analysis and interpretation. He was always a very dedicated student and dealt extremely well with the most challenging aspects of the course.

 

Sumaiyah Ali – History Progress Prize

Previous School: Droylsden Academy for Girls

Destination: Queen Mary University of London – History
Sumaiyah worked exceptionally hard and constantly strove for excellence. A mature and dedicated student, she was an asset in the classroom where her knowledge and understanding was clearly evident in her excellent contributions to class debate.

 

Sumaiyah Ali – History Progress Prize

Previous School: Droylsden Academy for Girls

Destination: Queen Mary University of London – History
Sumaiyah worked exceptionally hard and constantly strove for excellence. A mature and dedicated student, she was an asset in the classroom where her knowledge and understanding was clearly evident in her excellent contributions to class debate.