A Level Results 2016

We are celebrating the outstanding A Level results achieved by our students. A record 15% of all grades were awarded at A*, 65% at A*-B and 87% of grades were awarded at A*-C. Our students have worked incredibly hard to achieve these amazing results. 71 students gained 3 or more A Levels at A* and A, which is a phenomenal achievement.

Students are delighted with their results and have been accepted on highly competitive courses at the most prestigious universities.  Judith Child, Headteacher, said, “We are incredibly proud of our students and absolutely delighted by this year’s outstanding A Level results. It has been lovely to see the students’ excitement and happiness when they received their results today. We wish them every success in their future careers. Our talented staff have worked tirelessly to support the students and deserve the highest praise.”

We are also delighted with the excellent results achieved by our Year 12 students who will go on to study for the full A Levels in Year 13.

Oxbridge Success

We are proud that 12 students have been accepted to study at Oxford and Cambridge universities.

The successful students are:

Eleanor Doggart Modern and Medieval Language Cambridge
Sinead Foley Engineering Cambridge
Eloise Halliday English Cambridge
Ruaridh MacDowall Natural Sciences Cambridge
Emily McCormack Law Cambridge
Chloe Richardson Education with English and Drama Cambridge
James Walsh Maths Cambridge
Mansur Pasha Computer Science Cambridge
Joe Bibby Law Oxford
Gillian Parkinson Mathematics Oxford
Dan Selby Chemistry Oxford
Matthew Walsh Physics Oxford

Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine

Clitheroe Royal Grammar School has an impressive reputation for the number of students who go on to study Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine.  This year, 16 students have gained places to study Medicine, 1 student will study Dentistry and 2 students are to study Veterinary Medicine.  The universities they will attend are Nottingham, Liverpool, Leicester, Plymouth, Glasgow, Manchester, Queen Mary, Hull York, Newcastle, Birmingham and Leeds.  Jamie Scott and Catherine Burns, pictured above, will be reading Veterinary Medicine at Nottingham University.

Sixth Form Admissions

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Aidan and Ronan Carr


Darab Khan and Hamzah Roker


Ben Stanley


Hannah Yates and Sinead Foley


Daniel Osbaldeston and Chloe Bishop


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