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GCSE Success for Bolton School Girls

Thursday, 22 August 2013

70.7% of the grades awarded at Bolton School Girls’ Division were A* or A with 33% of grades at A*. Headmistress, Sue Hincks, said that she was delighted with all that they had achieved, not least because they combine their academic studies with significant involvement in a range of different areas, including music, sport, drama and community work. She thanked the staff and students for all that they had done in preparation for the exams.

Seven girls achieved 11 A* grades (Than Dar, Katie Hurt, Jess Melling, Khamillah Mohammed, Sarah Richards, Victoria Whitehead and Eleanor Harding) and three girls achieved 10 A* grades (Alex Brown, Aliya Ghanchi and Kalina Marsh).

There were many individual success stories in the Girls’ Division, none more so than that of Eleanor Harding who achieved 11 A*s despite having battled leukemia for the past two and a half years. Eleanor’s mum said: “We are delighted with Eleanor’s results. We hope her results might serve as an inspiration to anyone else diagnosed with leukemia, showing them that life can go on and they can still succeed.I can’t speak highly enough of Bolton School Girls’ Division, which has been incredibly supportive throughout the past couple of years.”

The following 49 girls (42.2%) received at least 10 grades at A or A*: Leila Amoura, Farah Awda, Holly Bakker, Ananya Baksi, Lauren Bennett, Megan Booth, Abi Bridge, Jess Broome, Alex Brown, Alexandra Brown, Madison Brownley, Heather Currie, Than Dar, Isobel Davies, Katie Devine, Isobel Faulkner, Rhiannon Fox-Rothwell, Alliya Ghanchi, Kate Gilding, Harriet Gribbin, Natasha Hall, Eleanor Harding, Millie Holding, Katie Hurt, Brittany James, Nichole Kay, Olivia Lobo, Kalina Marsh, Chloe Mason, Ellie McGivern, Amy McVeigh, Jess Melling, Georgia Milne, Khamillah Mohammed, Katie Nightingale, Imogen Ormston, Nikki Padmakumar, Jainee Patel, Katie Potts, Sarah Richards, Olivia Russell, Swathi Saravanan, Radhika Sharma, Megan Smethurst, Ailish Taylor, Amber Tobin, Kendal Watkinson, Victoria Whitehead and Florence Wu.

The following 8 girls, received 9 grades at A or A*: Emma Beard, Samreen Chohan, Melissa Clarke, Laura Daly, Anchal Gupta, Megan Naylor, Hajra Saleem and Hannah Waters.

 

 

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Ten girls and 7 boys achieved 10 or 11 A*s

Ten girls and 7 boys achieved 10 or 11 A*s

Another outstanding year for the Girls

Another outstanding year for the Girls' Division

Eleanor Harding and her mum celebrated her 11 A*s

Eleanor Harding and her mum celebrated her 11 A*s