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We are very proud of the hard work and commitment of all our students. Yet again, our students received some fantastic A level results; we are very proud of all our students’ achievements.

2021 A level and AS results

Congratulations to our Year 13 A level and BTEC students and our Year 12 AS students on your fantastic results. We have had some great results including A*A*A* and are very proud of each and every one of our students. You have all worked so hard and persevered through such a difficult time. Your hard work is reflected in your results.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the staff at St Hilda’s for the support they have given you and also to your parent’s/carers who have guided and encouraged you along the journey.

Students are taking up a wide variety of post-18 choices including university, employment and apprenticeships and gap years.

Some of the courses our students are undertaking include:

Psychology  –  University of Liverpool
Business Studies and Hispanic Studies  –  University of Liverpool
Fashion Marketing  –  Manchester Metropolitan University
Illustration and Animation  –  University of Coventry
Computer Science  –  Liverpool John Moores University
Sports Therapy  –  Edge Hill University
Chemical Engineering  –  University of Manchester
Pharmacy  –  Liverpool John Moores University
Biomedical Sciences  –  University College London
Primary Education  –  Liverpool Hope University
Economics and Maths  –  University of Leeds
Adult Nursing  –  Manchester Metropolitan University
Modern and Medieval Languages  –  University of Cambridge
Archaeology  –  University of Edinburgh
Economics  –  University of Birmingham
Physics  –  University of Chester
Architectural Engineering  –  University of Liverpool
Law  –  University of Birmingham
Business Management  –  University of Liverpool
Medical Physiology  –  University of Manchester
Modern Languages  –  University of Leeds
History and Politics  –  Lancaster University
Sociology with Social Policy  –  University of Sheffield
Linguistics  –  Queen Mary University of London
Mathematics  –  University of Glasgow
Veterinary Biosciences  –  Aberystwyth University