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Examination Success for this year's Sixth Formers

Students and staff at Uxbridge High School have been delighted with this year’s Sixth Form results with 100% of students achieving examination success.  94% of exams entered received a grade A*- E or equivalent and 36% of the examinations were passed at the highest A*- B grades. Business Studies, one of the top performing subjects, celebrated 72% at A*- B. Maths, Chemistry and Art also achieved very high proportions of A*- B.

This year’s high flying A level students include:

Aman Sarki                         A*, A, A                Surrey University, studying Economics

Deepuk Lakanpal                A, A, A                 Surrey University, studying Accounting and Finance

Shyreen Hassibi                  A*, A, B, B           Imperial College London, studying Bio Medicine

Lucy Coombes                    A, A, B                 Gap year

Dhavel Joshi                       A*,A, B                 University College London, studying Pharmacology

Nayil Ahmad                       A*, B, B                London School of Economics, studying Economics

Joshua Reynolds                A*, B, B                Royal Holloway, studying Economics

Lloyd Martin                       A*, B, B                Manchester University, studying Politics and Law


Anabela Kaziu achieved an A* in Art and was highly commended for her artistic ability.

Again 100% of vocational students passed their courses with record numbers achieving Distinction and above. In Business Studies 73% achieved Merit or better with Karina Ghattarody and Adilah Shamsudeen achieving double Distinction * and Elaha Bakhtary getting D*D.  Adilah will be joining Southampton University to study Business Management.  In Performing Arts, 100% of students achieved DM or above, with Shelby Best attaining D*D.  90% of Computer Studies students received Merit or above with Imran Ali, Tanya Chander, Bradley Goodliffe, Thirushigajini Thirunamalingam and Lubna Zaman getting D*.  Tanya will be going to Portsmouth University to study Property Development and Thirushigajini will be going to Queen Mary University to study Mathematics.  In the Finance Diploma 56% of students achieved A*- B.

The Uxbridge High School partnership with Brentford Football Club has seen the first cohort of apprentices gaining qualifications in Sports Studies Level 3 BTEC.  92% achieved a Pass or better, with Makhosini Khanye achieving double Distinction.