A Level and GCSE Results 2021
Our A Level and GCSE cohorts of 2021 have demonstrated fantastic resilience and commitment during their courses. Their learning has been disrupted by the pandemic for two school years but we are incredibly proud of how they have met the challenges, particularly those posed by remote learning. This year’s results were awarded using a system of Teacher Assessed Grades using extensive evidence of students’ achievement throughout their courses, including informal assessments in school.
Although the circumstances of this year’s A Levels makes comparison with previous years difficult, we are delighted with the efforts of our students who achieved a 100% pass rate and 94% A*- B grades. We are equally delighted that Hulme GCSE students have achieved 99.8% grades 9-4, with 69% of grades at 9-7 and 21% of grades at grade 9.
We have always been proud of our students at OHGS, but never more so than during the pandemic. They have met the challenges of remote learning with resilience, commitment and with good-humour.
It is often said that you learn a lot about people in adversity. This has certainly been the case for our pupils and staff over the last two academic years. Our pupils have responded to the terrible circumstances of the pandemic with great determination and fortitude and our staff with dedication and ingenuity. Their provision of high quality live lessons throughout the periods of lockdown, has enabled our students to fulfil their potential and achieve these superb grades.
Please click on the links below for our 2021 results.