Loreto College students clearly have the Team GB spirit; they have excelled once again in the advanced level examinations producing an outstanding pass rate, an excellent high grades profile and a record number of students progressing to university.

Advanced Level (A2) results highlights include:

–  Superb A-level Pass rate at 99.4%Ed-McNally

– 26 % of A2 grades at A*-A

– 57% of A2 grades at A*-B

– 84% of A2 grades A*- C  

– 33 A2 courses with 100% pass rate

– 1329 A*-B grades awarded

– 100% pass rate in Vocational qualifications

– 91% High Grades in Vocational qualifications


Year on year, the successful applications for Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science goes up. This year, 34 students have successfully met their offer and will be studying for these highly respected disciplines at excellent Universities.

The successes do not stop there, we are also celebrating that thirteen of our students have been offered places at Oxford and Cambridge colleges. The students couldn’t be happier.

Holly-BracewellUniversity of Cambridge:

Lucy Allington (A*A*A*A*) from St Ambrose Barlow High School and Fergal Hanna (A*A*A*A) from St Philip Howard High will both be reading Natural Sciences

Holly Bracewell (A*A*A*A) from Alder Community High School is set to study Human, Social and Political Sciences

Kathryn Jones (A*A*A*A), who studied at St Philip Howard High School goes on to study Medicine

Joseph Gorman (A*A*A*A) former Glossopdale Community college student will study Human, Social and Political Sciences

Edward McNally (A*AA) who joined Loreto from Myerscough College will read History

Nicholas Sloan (A*A*A*A) from the Kingsway School will be reading LawJack-Briggs


Oxford University:

 Mohamed El-Nemr (A*A*AAB) from Lymm High School will read Medicine

Jack Briggs (A*A*A*) from Priestnall High School will study Chemistry

 Sarah Spencer (A*A*B) who was at Manchester High School for Girls will be studying Music at Oxford

Emmanuel Oladokun ( A*AAA) from St Paul’s HS and James Sweeney (A*A*A*B) who joined us from St James’ High School will read Mechanical Engineering at Oxford.

We know Loreto students have worked extremely hard, gained impressive results and most will now progress to the Russell Group and other very high achieving universities to start the next stage of their educational journey. Congratulations and best wishes to all our students.

Loretto-A-Levels-2016-317-N448Principal Ann Clynch, CBE said: “Our results are a great testimony to the hard work of students and the inspirational teaching Loreto provides. Every college principal was awaiting the summer results this year with, if possible, even more anxiety than usual given the major changes that the examination boards have introduced. Loreto students and staff have responded to these changes as they always do: with hard work, commitment and passion. Despite the challenges and increased pressures, our results continue to improve. We are delighted for our students, and wish the graduates of 2016 the very best in their next steps in Higher Education, training or employment”


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