GCSE Results Day 2018
As our GCSE students pick up their results, we want to see what their plans are for the future, whether it be here at Cheadle Hulme School or further afield, and discover what contributed to their GCSE success. We’ll be updating the blog throughout the day so make sure to keep checking back to read more about our GCSE students.
“I can’t wait to start studying my favourite subjects on the STEM pathway here at CHS.”
Feelings: He thought he’d done better in his mock exams so didn’t know what to expect.
Next steps: Jack will be staying here at Cheadle Hulme School to study on our STEM pathway.
Career aspirations: He would like to go on to study a Maths degree after completing the STEM pathway.
“I’m very pleased with my results!”
Feelings: Daniel is very pleased with his results.
Next steps: Daniel will also be staying here at Cheadle Hulme School to study on our STEM pathway.
Recipe for success: Daniel would like to thank his teacher, Mrs Dalton, for getting him into English; quite an achievement for someone who is so into science!
“Don’t worry too much!”
Feelings: Alana did a lot better than she thought she would, particularly in History, which has opened up a lot more options for her. Her older sisters, who also attended Cheadle Hulme School, did well so there was a lot of pressure.
Next steps: She’s not sure what she wants to do next but definitely wants to study Spanish at A-Level as this can lead to any career.
Advice for future students: Don’t worry too much!
“Art is my passion.”
Feelings: Hattie is very pleased with her results so she’s going off to Leeds Festival to celebrate.
Next steps: Hattie plans to go on and study an art degree; art is her passion and she is involved in lots of art-related activities outside of school.
“My plan is to work in medicine.”
Feelings: Kirsty is very happy with her grades, with the Latin GCSE she achieved last year she has achieved a total of 12 A*s.
Next steps: After a very busy summer, Kirsty plans to stay here at Cheadle Hulme School to study the Medicine pathway with French. She’s also going to be part of MedSoc, a society here at the school.
Career aspirations: She would like to work in medicine.
“I’m interested in volunteering so the core pathway is perfect for me.”
Next steps: Matthew has an interest in science but will be staying here at Cheadle Hulme School to study on our Core pathway to take advantage of the volunteering option. He plans to volunteer at a local primary school.
“I’m keeping my options open.”
Next steps: Lucas will also be staying on to study on our Core pathway. He has a passion for cricket and football and is back to it next week with preseason training.
Career aspirations: Lucas is keeping his options open and has taken part in work experience to get a flavour of different potential careers.
“My dream is to be a physiotherapist.”
Next steps: Lauren will be staying on here at Cheadle Hulme School to study her A-Levels; she’s planning to study biology. She’s an amazing gymnast and has recently moved to a more elite club.
Career aspirations: Her dream is to become a physiotherapist so she can help other gymnasts like herself.