A Level Results Day 2017

A LEVEL RESULTS AUGUST 2017 - AT EASTBURY COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Eastbury Community School celebrates another set of excellent A level results with 99% pass rate

Eastbury Community School is delighted to announce another successful year for Sixth Form students who have once again  produced the A level and BTEC results which will enable them to go on to an outstanding range of Universities, and Higher Level & Degree Apprenticeships.  Almost half of all grades achieved at A Level were at A* to B (44%) and 1 in 6 (14%) were A*/A grades. Staff and students have been working hard and these results come at the end of a very impressive year in which the school was shortlisted for two prestigious Times Educational Supplement awards in Mathematics and Science.

Many Eastbury students have received offers from Russell group universities this year. Top Universities are now getting ready to welcome students from Eastbury including the London School of Economics, Kings College London, University College London, Queen Mary’s, Manchester, Brunel, and Reading to study a range of exciting subjects (a sample of students and their courses can be found at the end of this press release).  Eastbury is also extremely pleased that an increasing number of students will be progressing to Higher Level and Degree Apprenticeships, including Kirsty Milne who secured a highly competitive Engineering Apprenticeship through the University of Manchester.

Executive Head teacher, Mr. David Dickson

‘It is wonderful to hear so many success stories about students at Eastbury and across the borough.  It is clear confirmation that the vast majority of young people have extremely high aspirations. I am absolutely delighted for all those who have worked hard to secure the grades needed for their chosen University, Higher Level and Degree Apprenticeships, or job. All, whatever their pathway, have made an excellent start to their careers.   I am very proud of all the students and staff who have worked hard in this more challenging year for A-level exams; and I would like to thank them alongside our supportive parents, governors and local authority.  It is a privilege to work with such a great staff team and enthusiastic students’

Students are very proud about their achievements 

Many students have achieved excellent results, in a year in which A-level exams became more challenging, but particular mention should go to the following students who have secured places at excellent universities and apprenticeships.

  • Zeeshan Ashraf who will be progressing to the London School of Economics to study Mathematics
  • Kirsty Milne who will be progressing to an Engineering Degree Apprenticeship through the University of Manchester
  • Ibrahim Khan who will be progressing to King’s College to study Global Health and Medicine
  • Engil Reja who will be progressing to University College London to study Pharmacy
  • Drillon Osmani who will be progressing to Queen Mary’s College London to study Computer Science with Mathematics
  • Jess Peaty who will be progressing to the University of the Creative Arts to study Film production
  • Shahana Akthar who will be progressing to King’s College to study Mathematics
  • Simona Velikova who will be progressing to the University of the Arts, Londonto study Make up and prosthetics for performance
  • Dritland Bunjaku who will be progressing to Queen Mary’s College London to study History
  • Nibash Gunn who will be progressing to Queen Mary’s College London to study Mathematics
  • Goran Krsicwho will be progressing to Reading to study Computer Science
  • Olajide Adesanya who will be progressing to Reading to study Computer Science

Eastbury Community School has recently become an All-Through 3-19 School, adding an excellent primary phase in an exciting building project. It is therefore very pleasing to report that the following students will be progressing to university to study Primary Education: 

  • Saumiah Suntharamoorthy
  • Gulnaz Farhana
  • Amen Ali