Student Profiles


Ayesha Begum – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize & The Gloria Oates Award for Excellence and Endeavour

Previous School: Rochdale Girls

Destination: Aston University Birmingham – Pharmacy

Ayesha was an outstanding student, who impressed all her tutors. Caring and considerate to others, she showed exceptional ability and admirable skill in combining her studies with a range of volunteer work within the community.

 

Camilla Bampton – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize

Previous School: Saddleworth

Destination : University of Newcastle – Chemical Engineering

Camilla was a phenomenal student who was modest about all her achievements. Curious and caring, Camilla always reflected critically on her own work and was never afraid to contribute to class discussions and consider higher level challenges in a constructive manner.

 

Charlotte Naylor – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize

Previous School: Hollingworth Business and Enterprise College

Destination: University of Manchester – Optometry

Charlotte displayed an outstanding work ethos proving to be a model student with excellent attendance, punctuality and dedication to her studies. She was a naturally gifted student in English Literature, with a strong science background and excellent social science skills.

 

Chi Ying Yip – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize & Critical Thinking Progress Prize

Previous School: North Chadderton

Destination: University of East Anglia – Pharmacy

Heidi was a dedicated student who worked hard both inside and outside of class to ensure that she achieved. She was accurate and precise in her work; always seeking to clarify and distil complex arguments down, in order to analyse them.

 

David Beddows – Electronics Progress Prize

Previous School: Middleton Technology

Destination: University of Leeds – Electrical and Electronic Engineering

David showed great enthusiam for learning about circuits and loved the project based devlopment of his ideas. All his hard work clearly paid off and he is right to be proud to have achieved an amazing A* grade. Well done!

 

Holly Schofield – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize

Previous School: Hollingworth Business and Enterprise College

Destination: University of Dundee – Dentistry

Holly arrived at College with excellent grades and continued to work hard during her time here and it is therefore no surprise that she achieved outstanding results. She further proved her work ethic by taking on Chemistry as an extra subject in Year 13 in order to improve her academic profile.

 

James Thomas – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize & Biology Subject Prize

Previous School: Saddleworth

Destination: Year Out – university in 2012

Holly arrived at College with excellent grades and continued to work hard during her time here and it is therefore no surprise that she achieved outstanding results. She further proved her work ethic by taking on Chemistry as an extra subject in Year 13 in order to improve her academic profile.

 

Jessica Leech – Chemistry Progress Prize

Previous School: Mossley Hollins

Destination: University of Aberdeen – Pharmacology

Jessica had a quiet determination to succeed and ensured that every piece of work was completed to the highest standard. Her outstanding commitment to her studies combined with her excellent sense of humour made her a pleasure to teach.

 

Joseph Stringer – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize

Previous School: Saddleworth

Destination: Year Out – Degree in Engineering in 2012

What was notable about Joe was the way he worked through potential problems and was able to produce excellent results. His natural ability and expertise in both Maths and Science will prove to be especially relevant in a very competitive area.

 

Joshua Wall – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize

Previous School: Wardle

Destination: University of Sheffield – Medicine

An intelligent, mature and enthusiastic student, Joshua’s commitment and dedication to his studies were exemplary. He was a strongly independent thinker who could pick up new concepts quickly and, as a naturally confident individual, always made intelligent contributions to classroom discussion.

 

Maya Sheth – Applied Science Progress Prize

Previous School: St Augustine of Canterbury (now Newman RC College)

Destination: University of Sheffield – Medicine

Maya possessed a quiet determination to succeed and her work was of an excellent standard. She responded well to feedback and was able to gain high, well deserved marks in her coursework. Maya was a delightful student to teach and a merit to the Applied Science course.

 

Rachel Bramah – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize, Chemistry Subject Prize & English Literature Subject Prize

Previous School: Royton and Crompton

Destination: University of St Andrews – Medicine

A wonderfully bright student with an engaging personality and exceptional ability, Rachel exemplified the model student in every way. Her enthusiasm and unfailing cheerfulness made her a pleasure to teach and she showed a maturity and determination to succeed well beyond her years.

 

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.

 

Sam Hilton – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize & Further Mathematics Progress Prize

Previous School: Saddleworth

Destination: University of Sheffield – Physics with Astrophysics

A combination of hard work, quiet determination and increasing confidence led Sam to become one of the highest achieving students in Further Maths. A pleasure to teach he was always there, had a smile for every situation and should be proud of the strides he made at college.

 

Sean Tighe – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize & Mathematics Subject Prize

Previous School: Hollingworth Business and Enterprise College

Destination: University of Leeds – Human Physiology

Sean’s work ethic was incredible. He consistently produced work of a high standard and pushed himself well beyond the syllabus. Sean was a great student and a delight to have in the classroom. Outside of lessons he was often helping others achieve a better understanding of their mathematics.

 

Shiria Banu – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize

Previous School: Hathershaw Technology College

Destination: University of Manchester – Medicine

A highly capable academic student, Shiria was also a very motivated person with a great deal of enthusiasm and passion when discussing her ambitions. She balanced a very demanding timetable with simultaneously taking an active role in her local community.

 

Thomas Miller – Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize & Electronics Subject Prize

Previous School: Saddleworth

Destination: University of Oxford – Physics

Thomas paid meticulous attention to detail and worked to very exacting standards throughout the course. From an early stage he showed a considerable insight into the way circuits work, clearly demontrated by his superb project work that earned 100%.