STUDENTS are dreaming of their future careers at one South Tyneside school after picking up top grades.
Hannah Charman and Daniel Ford are determined to achieve their goals after gaining top marks at St Wilfrid’s RC College in South Shields.
Hannah, 16, received two A*s and nine As and is hoping to eventually be a forensic scientist.
She said: “I really want to be a forensic scientist, but I know there’s not many jobs out there, so I may have to have a rethink nearer the time, but that’s what I really want to do.
“I’m going to be staying on at the school’s sixth form and will be doing A-levels in geography, maths and chemistry.
“I am really pleased with my results. I studied a lot, so I’m happy.”
Daniel wants to be a stockbroker after getting one A*, six As, two Bs and one C.
However, a self-critical Daniel, who is also staying on at the school’s sixth form to study A-levels in maths, further maths, physics and philosophy and ethics, wanted to do even better.
The 16-year-old said: “I’m not really that pleased, I’d have liked a few more A*s to be honest. But I am hoping to be a stockbroker.”