Year 11 celebrate their GCSE sucesses
Thursday 20 August 2020
Our students were so relieved to receive their results after the turmoil of the last few weeks and the anxious wait through lockdown. We have no doubt that our students deserve these outcomes and we are delighted with their many success. We have yet again a bumper crop of students progressing to our Sixth Form.rjun Patel and Alexander Necula congratulate each other on their joint success. Both scored three 8’s in triple science and 9s in maths. Alex a keen mathematician also scored an A grade in additional maths. Of course they are both taking maths and So lovely to have such joy, well done Stacey Neto with Ms Sharp her music teacher (grade 7).further maths and ‘A’ levels with a different combinations of other ‘A’ levels.
Ismail Abbas (left) and Hamza Arybou led the pack of Ark Academy ‘A’ level students. Ismail looked very cool as he opened his results but was clearly delighted. Both boys racked up nine grade 9’s and one grade 8 plus grade A in additional maths. Ismail will study maths, further maths, economics and history. Ismail said “As well as triumph and joy, I’m filled with a sense of relief and very glad Ofqual made the right decision. Many thanks to my teachers, parents and God for always believing in me, and, ultimately, consistency is key to success.”
Hamza summed it all up when he said, “after 6 months of uncertainty about how our grades were going to be calculated, it felt good to finally get the results in my hand. I’m extremely happy to see that the hard work that me and my peers put in throughout the years paid of in the long run. I’d like to thank all the teachers for supporting and challenging me throughout GCSE and Ms Bowley for always being optimistic and encouraging us to do our best in form. I can’t wait to carry on with Ark Academy’s sixth form and study maths/further maths, biology and chemistry.”
Shreyasi Srivastava and Waheeda Yousafzai led the pack for the girls, achieving amazing results. Shreyasi achieved straight 9’s in triple science. Shreyasi said, “I am extremely delighted to get the grades I want, it was truly a special moment. I’m so fortunate to be part of Ark Academy and I’m incredibly grateful to all my teachers for their constant motivation and support throughout. I’m excited to continue maths, further maths, physics and chemistry in September.”
Waheeda achieved top grades in English language, geography, RE and French and will also continue her ‘A’ level studies in Ark sixth form.
Arjun Patel and Alexander Necula congratulate each other on their joint success. Both scored three 8’s in triple science and 9s in maths. Alex a keen mathematician also scored an A grade in additional maths. Of course they are both taking maths and further maths and ‘A’ levels with a different combinations of other ‘A’ levels.
A happy Adela Hoxha is clearly pleased with her outcomes (two 9’s, three 8’s, four 7’s and one 6) and has enroled to study maths, chemistry and biology in the sixth form.
It’s a family affair twins Mahdi and Hussain Mosallaey check their results with mum and dad. Mahdi will study biology, maths and chemistry, whilst Hussain will study biology, chemistry and psychology – a great double act for our sixth form.
Likewise, Ruth Mowarin will study Economics, government and politics and Spanish from September.
So lovely to have such joy, well done Stacey Neto with Ms Sharp her music teacher (grade 7).