12 August 2021, Isleworth –
Students were celebrating on Thursday morning as they collected their GCSE results. At the end of another tricky year, the boys’ resilience and perseverance has seen them earn fantastic results to send them on the next steps. Most students are staying at the school’s Sixth Form, where they will receive highly personalised support to help them choose their future pathway. We are delighted to see a wide breadth of subjects represented after this year’s enrolment.
Our top performer was Arjun Notay, who earned the school’s best-ever GCSE results with a clean sweep of 9s – ten in total. He will spend the next two years with us preparing for an aeronautical engineering degree via A levels in mathematics, physics and engineering – all to fulfil his dream of becoming a pilot. We were also celebrating the successes of Matthew Nunan, Bryn Horton and Lorenzo Piola, who earned a staggering twenty-one grade 9s between them! All three will study A levels with us to prepare themselves for life at university in September 2023.
Several students have used the careers advice the school has given them to plan future careers in the sciences. Hamza Lodhi aims to study aerospace engineering, while Ahmed Mustafa is pursuing a career in medicine. Both are studying science subjects at A level with us this September. Meanwhile, Alexander Pandey will use his fantastic grade in computer science to take A levels in that subject plus mathematics and physics, so that he can become a computer programmer. Finally, Hussain Al-Skafi earned fantastic grades to study economics, history and physics in the Sixth Form – in a few years, we hope to see him in the courtroom as a successful lawyer!
Headteacher Mr Ferguson commented, “My congratulations to the students for this fantastic set of results. As they move into the Sixth Form, we will do everything we can to support them with their next steps – whatever they may be. I would also like to thank my staff who have gone above and beyond throughout the last year, including becoming the examiners for this talented cohort.”