Greenford students celebrate outstanding A Level results

Students and staff at Greenford High School are celebrating yet another set of fantastic A Level and BTEC results.

With 40% of A Level grades at A/A* and 68% at A*- B, along with 86% of D*- D (distinction) grades at BTEC, over 215 students will be heading to a university of their choice this year.

Some highlights include:

  • Four students will be going to the University of Cambridge to read Engineering, Physics, English and Law and one student will be attending Oxford University to read Earth Sciences.
  • Two students are heading across the Atlantic to study in Dartmouth College and Stanford University in the United States on full scholarships.
  • Five students are preparing to study medicine while one will be studying Veterinarian Sciences.

Almost 50 students achieved three or more grades at A*-A, which is an amazing achievement for both the individual students and the school.

Exceptional performances include Musawer Hussain, Jay Kanda, Reve Kragbe, Suheyb Nur, Ishwinder Sandhu and Om Singh who all achieved 3 A* grades. We had a further 26 students who achieved at least one A* and two A grades.

As a high achieving school we recognise the value of vocational qualifications and Greenford students also secured some outstanding BTEC results. A particular mention must go to Althea Ansong Bimpong, Isha Chana, Jada Harris, Ainusa Kannan, Sania Manocha, Karim Masters, Harrish Murugathas and Joel Taye who all achieved triple Distinction* on their Business or Science courses.

Greenford High School Headteacher Mia Pye said: “I am so proud of everything that our staff and students have achieved, in what has been an extremely challenging year. Students have worked exceptionally hard, under very stressful and difficult conditions, and they fully deserve the wonderful results that they have obtained.”

Jeremy Jones, Assistant Headteacher, who heads up the Post-16 Centre said: “I am absolutely delighted with the results. They are all thoroughly deserved by this year's students who have worked incredibly hard throughout two of the most challenging years that I have seen in education. We are immensely proud of all of our Year 13 students.”

Students will now begin their journeys at various universities and apprenticeships across the country. Staff and governors wish them all the very best in what promises to be an exciting future.