6th Form Exam Results
London Academy A level students earmarked for success as Leaders for Tomorrow
Staff and students at London Academy celebrate yet another successful year of A level results with 45% achieving A*- B grades, 70% A*- C and over a third of all offers from Russell Group universities, including Imperial College London, King’s College, London, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Bristol and University of Warwick.
As well as exceptional individual student success stories, there have been strong performances in core subjects including Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physical Education.
- 63% of grades A*-B in Further Mathematics
- 60% of grades A*-B in Mathematics
- 67% of grades A*-B in Physical Education
- 40% of grades A*-B in English Literature
A number of individual students achieved exceptional results with universities just the next chapter in their aspirational future career plans ranging from Biomedical Science, English Literature, International Relations and Mathematics.
High achieving student Frishta Abadi takes up her place at The London School of Economics and Political Science to study International Relations having achieved A*, A* and A grades (English Literature, Geography and Law). Frishta is beginning a mini Humanitarian Internship in Geneva for the UN and looks forward to the challenges ahead at University and beyond.
Osman Osman achieved A*, A and C grades (Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology). He has secured a place at King’s College to study Chemistry. He described the wide range of opportunities that are available within the sixth form to gain valuable insight and advice surrounding university and career opportunities.
Outstanding student Katie James achieved a run of A’s: A*in Mathematics, A* in Drama and Theatre Studies, A in History and an A in English Literature. She is thrilled to have secured a place at Warwick University to study English Literature with Creative Writing. She advises future students to put the work in and they will get the results they want!
- Katie James A*, A*, A and A (Mathematics, Drama, English Literature and History) will read English Literature and Creative Writing at University of Warwick
- Fristha Abadi A*, A* and A (Geography, English Literature and Law) will read International Relations at London School of Economics.
- Hamza Abu A*, A* and A (Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Economics) will read Mathematics at Kings College London
- Yi Sun A*, A* and B (Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Chinese) will read Mathematics at Kings College London
- Shrestha Saxena A*, A and B (Mathematics, Economics and Further Mathematics) is taking a gap year and will go on to read Mathematics with Economics at London School of Economics
- Kaschan Rebuar A*, A and B (Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Media Studies) will read Mathematics at Kings College London
- Daniella Haydar A, A, A and B (Sociology, Media Studies, History and English Literature) will read English at Queen Mary University of London
- Ben J Jordan A, A and B (English Literature, Media Studies and Photography) will read English Literature with Creative Writing at University of East Anglia
- Rory Munro A, A and C ( Biology, Psychology and Chemistry) will read Biomedical Science at University of Kent
- Osman Osman A*, A and C (Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology) will read Chemistry at Kings College London
- Abdinasir Ahmed A, B and B (Mathematics, English Literature and Chemistry) will read Law at University of Southampton
- Shannon Laurie Dashington A, B, B (Economics, Politics and Religious Studies) will read Philosophy at University of Warwick
Principal, Paddy McGrath commented: “We have once again enjoyed scenes of elation and happiness here today as students receive their results, their hard work and commitment has paid off. This is a truly remarkable school and I commend the hard working teachers who have inspired and supported every student through one of the most challenging stages in their education.
Executive Principal and CEO of Aim Academies Trust, Angela Trigg stated: “These results are a true reflection of the hard work and determination of our students and staff at London Academy. The results showcase the continued commitment to shaping positive futures by developing the unique talent of every child and creating leaders for tomorrow.”